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cosmetics testing /correction (1)

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cosmetics testing /correction
Message de chloe2807 posté le 03-03-2009 à 14:02:36 (S | E | F)

Bonjour à tous,
J'ai réalisé un discours pour un exposé d'anglais. J'ai d'ailleurs eu le thème que je voulais: COSMETICS TESTING ON ANIMALS. Je me suis bien relu, mais j'aimerais bien avoir votre avis pour savoir si des corrections sont nécessaires, je vous remercie d'avance.

Every year, millions of animals are killed by some cosmetic companies which still practice painful tests on them, in the name of « looking good ». That’s why cosmetics testing on animals is subject to a very controversial debate. Since 1998, The United Kingdom has banned the sales of cosmetics tested on animals and currently, The Netherland and Belgium have done the same. As of now, the European Union bans the use of animals to test cosmetics ingredients in case where other alternative methods are available. So, why some big american companies insist on conducting these tests ?
In our consumer society, people always want products with new exciting ingredients. From the point of view of companies, animal testing is the easiest and cheapest way to ensure their products are safe. Companies can also use animals tests as an argument to defend themselves against consumer lawsuits.
But more and more associations like PETA fight against cosmetics testing on animals. Activists try to make people aware of the fact that animal tests are cruel since animals may experience suffering during these tests. The animals which are used for cosmetic tests are generally rabbits, mice, rats, pigs or dogs. They can suffer from convulsions, skin eruptions,
breathing difficulties, bleeding, paralysis, swollen eyelids, redness, and blindness. Many animals break their necks or backs trying to escape.
Eye irritancy is one of the main tests. For testing of shampoo, rabbit’s eyelids are kept open and shampoo is applied to their eyes which are observed for at least three days. Animals are often immobilized and they usually don’t receive anaesthesia.
For another test, called LD50, substances are fed to animals to see if they are poisonous.
Animals are observed until half of them die to determine the toxicity of cosmetic products. At the end of each test, all animals are killed.
Other methods, more reliable and ethical than animal testing have been developed by laboratories. For instance, cruelty-free companies, use computer modelling, corneal cell culture, or reconstructed epidermis to test their products. So, a product which has already been tested and found to be safe, can be tested on human volunteers.
Personally, I’m convinced that experimenting new methods is the best way to avoid cosmetics testing on animals. In my opinion, if politicians still don’t react, the boycott of animal tested products is the best way to make thing change.
As far as I’m concerned, I will never watch L’Oreal TV Ad, in the same way ever again.



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Modifié par bridg le 03-03-2009 14:03


Réponse: cosmetics testing /correction de vegana, postée le 04-03-2009 à 13:08:16 (S | E)
c'est un sujet très interessant, en tout cas à moi, ça m'intéresse vu que je suis vegan
je vais essayer de te le corriger et je met la correction après
a+

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Modifié par mariebru le 04-03-2009 13:15

Merci de ne pas mettre la correction, mais simplement d'indiquer les fautes !


Réponse: cosmetics testing /correction de brettdallen, postée le 04-03-2009 à 15:33:01 (S | E)
Bonjour,
L'ensemble est tout à fait satisfaisant! je vous signale quelques erreurs...


Every year, millions of animals are killed by some cosmetic companies which still practice painful tests on them, in the name of « looking good ». That’s why cosmetics testing on animals is subject to a very controversial debate. Since 1998, The United Kingdom has banned the sales of cosmetics tested on animals and currently, The Netherland and Belgium have done the same. As of now, the European Union bans the use of animals to test cosmetics ingredients in case where other alternative methods are available. So, why some big american companies insist on conducting these tests ?
In our consumer society, people always want products with new exciting ingredients. From the point of view of companies, animal testing is the easiest and cheapest way to ensure their products are safe. Companies can also use animals tests as an argument to defend themselves against consumer lawsuits.
But more and more associations like PETA fight against cosmetics testing on animals. Activists try to make people aware of the fact that animal tests are cruel since animals may experience suffering during these tests. The animals which are used for cosmetic tests are generally rabbits, mice, rats, pigs or dogs. They can suffer from convulsions, skin eruptions,
breathing difficulties, bleeding, paralysis, swollen eyelids, redness, and blindness. Many animals break their necks or backs trying to escape.
Eye irritancy is one of the main tests. For testing of shampoo, rabbit’s eyelids are kept open and shampoo is applied to their eyes which are observed for at least three days. Animals are often immobilized and they usually(position) don’t receive anaesthesia.
For another test, called LD50, substances are fed (given)to animals to see if they are poisonous.
Animals are observed until half of them die to determine the toxicity of cosmetic products. At the end of each test, all animals are killed.
Other methods, more reliable and ethical than animal testing have been developed by laboratories. For instance, cruelty-free companies, use computer modelling, corneal cell culture, or reconstructed epidermis to test their products. So, a product which has already been tested and found to be safe, can be tested on human volunteers.
Personally, I’m convinced that experimenting new methods is the best way to avoid cosmetics testing on animals. In my opinion, if politicians still don’t react, the boycott of animal tested products is the best way to make thing change.
As far as I’m concerned, I will never watch L’Oreal TV Ad, in the same way ever again.

Vraiment, du bon travail!


Réponse: cosmetics testing /correction de chloe2807, postée le 04-03-2009 à 16:39:49 (S | E)
J'ai corriger mes fautes. Encore merci a vous !



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