Leaping Bunny 🐰 PeTA 🐾
Do you have industry certifications? Yes, we are a part of PeTA's "Beauty Without Bunnies" Program and the more stringent Leaping Bunny Organization (a part of Cruelty Free International).
This means there has been no animal testing on any of our products at any stage of product development.
Leaping Bunny requires that we use (User Guidelines) no animal fats (lard, tallow, etc.), no animal ingredients (goat milk, beeswax, honey, silk, etc.) and no animal testing! These guidelines also means that our suppliers also must sign Declarations to ensure adherence to these rules. This ensures that the high end product you receive has not contained animal ingredients nor has been animal tested from supplier to manufacturing and production or marketing. See our current listing with them here! They do have a logo that will give them away, but we are not able to use it for trademark reasons. We can just say that we are certified or use a different bunny logo.
We are truly 100% Vegan and Cruelty-Free! We are also a member of the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild, showing our dedication and love for the industry. Click here to see our listing in the Member Directory.
All of our products (and ingredients) are Vegan, Cruelty Free and are never tested on animals at any stage of our production. We think of animals as pets, companions and family. Our soaps are made with USDA or QAI Certified Organic ingredients, sourced sustainably from all over the globe. We never use synthetic detergents, parabens, phthalates or sulfates, some of which contain arsenic, formaldehyde or have been linked to certain types of cancers! We advocate to stop animal testing in the USA and globally. California is the first state in the U.S. to ban products for sale that have been tested on animals. This is only the beginning and the fight won't stop until all unnecessary "required" testing can be banished too! Our packaging is 100% recyclable and biodegradable. For the soaps made with palm oil, we only use organic sustainable palm oil as deemed by the RSPO (Roundtable on Certified Sustainable Palm Oil) and Rainforest Alliance.