Witches of East End star Jenna Dewan Tatum has talked to All Animals magazine – the official magazine of The Humane Society of the United States about her desire to end cosmetics testing on animals.

“I definitely check to see if the treatments and products I use are humane,” she said. "I also make it clear to wardrobe on any show or movie that I won’t wear fur. I follow a clean vegetarian diet. That helps my skin out a lot, and I feel more energy as a result, too.

“It’s often hard for people to see beyond what they’ve been taught their whole lives. When something challenges their comfort zone, they want to stick their heels in the mud or turn their eyes away from how animals are really being treated. But everyone is on their own journey, and you have to respect that, too.”

Read the full interview here.

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