85% of Australians oppose using animals in the development of cosmetics - that's more than 4 in 5 Aussie, an overwhelming majority* - *Polling conducted in May 2013 by Nexus Research View Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign Information Follow the Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign on Twitter
The trend towards cruelty-free cosmetics is taking hold around the world...- Roy Morgan Research, July 2014 View Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign Information Follow the Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign on Twitter
The European Union, the largest cosmetics market in the world, is already  completely cruelty-free... View Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign Information Follow the Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign on Twitter
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It's time for Australia to step up Let's ban cosmetics cruelty! View Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign Information Follow the Be Cruelty-Free Australia Campaign on Twitter
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