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MuLondon Earns Humane Company Seal of Approval

LONDON, August 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

MuLondon Skincare Pledges to Support Only Humane Charities That Do Not Fund Animal-Based Research 

The Humane Company programme, created by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, recognises humane, socially responsible companies that abstain from funding health charities that award grants for animal-based research.

MuLondon Skincare has been awarded the "Humane Company" seal of approval, which confirms MuLondon's dedication to being cruelty-free by pledging to support only humane charities that do not fund animal testing.

Greg Mazur, Research and Education Programs Coordinator at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, said: "The Council on Humane Giving offers an ever-expanding directory of charities that fund only humane, human-based research or patient services, as well as a list of corporations that have pledged to support such charities. MuLondon's commitment to non-animal testing and keeping animals out of research is why they were awarded the Humane Seal of Approval."

Boris Zatezic, Founder and Head Cream-Whipper at MuLondon, said: "Earning the Humane Company seal of approval emphasises to our customers that they are supporting a cruelty-free business. MuLondon now has an official policy of supporting only humane health charities that provide life-saving medical research without funding or conducting animal experiments. I'm delighted that MuLondon is a recognised Humane Company, going beyond being cruelty-free and vegan to make sure that we do not support animal suffering in any form."

More information about MuLondon is available at

About MuLondon: 

MuLondon is an award-winning skincare range from London, UK, specialising in producing the finest natural products for skin, body and home from pure and certified organic ingredients. MuLondon products contain no artificial preservatives, emulsifiers or fragrances or any animal ingredients. Instead, pure natural essential oils and herbal extracts are used to divinely scent and gently preserve. All suppliers of ingredients to MuLondon are thoroughly vetted and share the company's green and ethical ideals: no animal testing, proactive environmental, recycling and fair-trade policies and support for community projects. 

About the Humane Seal: 

The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has launched the Humane Company Program to encourage corporations to direct their donations to humane charities, to earmark them for non-animal research, or to fund alternatives development. This effort builds off the work of the Humane Charity Program, a unique certification program that allows potential donors to quickly identify those health charities that match their values and don't fund animal tests. 

MuLondon contact: Boris Zatezic, Founder and Head Cream-Whipper
Address: MuLondon, 64C Evelyn Street, London SE8 5DD, United Kingdom

PCRM contact: Greg Mazur, Research and Education Programs Coordinator
Address: PCRM, 5100 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., Ste. 400, Washington, DC 20016, USA. Phone: +1-202-527-7307


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