Rock Musician Adalita Supports #BeCrueltyFree Australia Campaign to Ban Cosmetics Animal Testing

Exclusive photos ahead of World Day For Animals in Laboratories on April 24th

MELBOURNE (21 April 2015) — Adalita Srsen, solo artist, and lead vocalist and guitarist with Australian rock band Magic Dirt, says testing cosmetics on live animals is ‘cruel, outdated and unreliable’ and the pratice should be banned in Australia. Ahead of World Day for Animals in Laboratories (April 24th) Adalita is the latest star to back the #BeCrueltyFree Australia campaing for a national ban on cosmetics animal testing, and the sale of cosmetics that have animal-tested abroad. Adalita joins other #BeCrueltyFree celebrity supporters such as Ricky Gervais, Jona Weinhofen, and Renee Somerfield.

 



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This World Week For Animals in Laboratories I’m speaking up for the hundreds of thousands of animals that undergo cosmetics animal testing around the globe each year,” said Adalita. “Testing cosmetics on animals is just stupid - it's cruel, outdated and unreliable. If we can have beauty products without harming animals, why wouldn't we for goodness sake? It's a no-brainer. Join me in supporting the Be Cruelty-Free Australia campaign to ban cosmetics animal testing in Australia and pledge to #BeCrueltyFree”.


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