IIVS | IIVS in Allure Magazine – President Erin Hill Talks About Non-animal Testing of Cosmetics in China
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IIVS in Allure Magazine – President Erin Hill Talks About Non-animal Testing of Cosmetics in China

October 24, 2017
Allure, November 2017

IIVS President, Erin Hill, talked to Allure magazine about efforts to phase out animal testing of cosmetics in China and replace the practice with non-animal methods. The article, which appears in the November issue, examines that while animal testing is nearly non-existent in the U.S. and officially banned in the E.U., China’s regulatory agencies require animal testing of imported cosmetics and domestically manufactured ones, with some exceptions. Hill goes on to talk about the collaboration between IIVS and the Chinese government, citing the recently signed memorandum of understanding with the Chinese government on adopting non-animal test methods.

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