No animal testing
Without any laws governing cruelty-free labelling, the certification logo of the international program Leaping Bunny is an assurance of zero animal testing done in a product’s development. The PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) cruelty-free bunny logo on a product indicates the beauty company and its ingredient suppliers do not conduct or commission animal tests. The nine products on this page carry one or the other of these symbols.
From left: Soap Walla Deodorant Cream, $13, soapwallakitchen.com; Burt’s Bees Intense Hydration Eye Cream, $30, burtsbees.ca; Avalon Organics Vitamin C Renewal Vitality Facial Serum, $27, select drugstores, grocery stores and natural food stores; Hugo Naturals All Over Lotion in French Lavender, $8, Whole Foods Market, wholefoodsmarket.com; Cocoon Apothecary Petal Purity Facial Cleanser, $16, cocoonapothecary.com; Nature Clean Pure-Moisture Shampoo, $9, naturecleanliving.com; Josie Maran Argan Oil Hair Serum, $30, Sephora, sephora.ca; Giovanni 2Chic Brazilian Keratin Argan Oil Hair & Body Super Potion, $9, giovannicosmetics.com; Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps Peppermint Hemp Pure Castile Soap, $6, drbronner.com.