Monday, June 29, 2009

Israel Says No To Animal Testing

I must admit, I never leave my house during daylight hours without a coat of Ahava sunscreen covering my skin. Why pay twice the price for Ahava (an Israeli company), you ask? Simple, Ahava, along with any Israeli made skincare and cleaning product is cruelty free. This is not merely the custom in Israel, it's the law. Believe it or not, a Likud (right wing) lawmaker proposed it to the Knesset. So don't forget your sunscreen, just make sure it's not tested on animals!

Read the article about Israel's cruelty free product law here and get your Ahava products here.

Off to enjoy another sunny day, till next time,


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