Torrey DeVitto may be known as the lifesaving pediatrician Natalie Manning on the hit NBC drama, ‘Chicago Med,’ but off-screen DeVitto devotes her time to saving animals lives.

In a new campaign for The Humane Society of the United States, DeVitto is urging everyone to join the global Be Cruelty-Free movement and help end animal testing for cosmetics — forever.

In an exclusive new video, the gorgeous DeVitto hugs her adorable rescue pup Beau tightly while modeling cruelty-free makeup looks, proclaiming, “Buy cruelty free, because there’s no beauty in animal testing.”

The HSUS and Humane Society International's #BeCrueltyFree campaign is a global effort to end animal testing for cosmetics and personal care products. Around the world, many thousands of animals such as rabbits,
guinea pigs and mice suffer needlessly to test products like lipstick and shampoo, even though producing cruelty-free beauty products is safe and simple.

In an interview with The HSUS, DeVitto states, “I make it a point to look up every single product I use to mak sure it hasn’t been tested on animals. Everything in my home – what I wash my hair with, makeup, everything – it’s all cruelty-free.”

When asked what products she uses on a daily basis, DeVitto said, “I can’t
live without Burt’s Bees tinted lip balm, and I can’t live without some
sort of mascara. Those are my go-to products. I really like Crazy
Rumors
, yummy flavored lip balms and the Ultra Lengthening Mascara from 100% Pure.”

“There is a plethora of brands that make the most beautiful makeup, equal to
that of the ones who use animal testing,” DeVitto adds, “You don’t have to feel like you’re going to have to lose that product you love, because you will be able to find it elsewhere.”

DeVitto joins a list of other celebrities urging consumers to #BeCrueltyFree
—including Ke$ha, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Paul McCartney, Ricky Gervais, and Kaley Cuoco.

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