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23 Feb

Some 54 per cent of Millennial singles say that they feel pressure because they want family and kids while 50 per cent feel pressure to make their parents happy.

The study was carried out by dating service of 5,500 people of all ages.

Dr Chris Flower, director general of the Cosmetics, Toiletries and Perfumeries Association (CTPA), said: 'People may have been understandably shocked by the publicity stunt arranged by Lush in their Regent Street shop window recently.'It may give the misleading impression that cosmetic products are tested on animals for sale in Europe whereas the testing of cosmetic products on animals was banned in Britain in 1998 and throughout Europe in September 2004.'It has been established by the European Commission's scientific expert committee that the safety of a finished product can be determined by knowledge of its ingredients.

Testing the product on animals is not necessary.'It is a pity that Lush chose to run this campaign in a country where the testing of cosmetic products on animals is banned and which has the strictest animal welfare provisions regarding the use of animals for scientific purposes anywhere in the EU.

Perhaps the most startling moment was when he gripped her head and used electronic clippers to shave a large strip from her hairline – common practice in laboratories when monitors or electrodes need to be attached to an animal’s skin.

'But although animal testing for cosmetics was banned in the EU three years ago, it is still legal in Britain to sell products animal-tested in other parts of the world, including the USA and Canada. Humane Society spokeswoman Wendy Higgins said it was ‘morally unthinkable’ that cosmetic companies should continue to profit from animal suffering, adding there could be ‘no justification for subjecting animals to pain for the sake of producing lipstick and eye shadow’.

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57 per cent of millennials feel lonely, even though they are 125 percent more likely than other generations to admit they’re ‘addicted’ to finding true love, according to a survey by dating service (file photo)Dr.

For the next ten hours, this attractive, 24-year-old artist was given injections, had her skin abraded and smothered in lotions and potions – then endured having a strip of her hair shaved off in front of stunned onlookers in one of Britain’s busiest streets.

Strong-headed: Miss Traide has her hair shaved as is often the case with laboratory animals.

One possible reason for the trend is that Millennials are under so much pressure to get married.

People aged 18-34 were 177 per cent more likely than those of other generations to feel like they had to marry, the study found.