Posted November 3, 2010 The U.K. government statistics show that 3.5 million animals suffered or died from animal experiments in 2009. This is in the U.K. alone. One of the shocking animal testing facts.
95% of drugs fail in human trials despite promising results in animal tests – whether on safety grounds or because they do not work Using dogs, rats, mice and rabbits to test whether or not a drug will be safe for humans provides little statistically useful insight, our recent analysis found
Rise in Animal Testing Shows Why Lush Prize is Essential - "The number of experiments conducted on animals in British labs rose last year, according to new figures just released by the government. In 2013, 4.12 million ‘scientific procedures’ were started on animals, an increase of 11,554 compared with 2012. The statistics came just two weeks before nominations close for the Lush Prize, the largest fund rewarding initiatives to end animal tests."
Animal testing is NOT something that goes into our hand sanitizer. Yes, it has been thorougly tested by an independent laboratory...but not on animals. If you want to know the truth, we prefer to test new products on the most willing guinea pigs of all--ourselves.