Shop Leaping Bunny Accredited
The Leaping Bunny seal is an effective way to know if your current or next beauty brand is cruelty-free.
The famous Leaping Bunny logo is awarded by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, a group of North American associations that seek the common goal of ending animal cruelty in cosmetics.
Some of our favourite brands in this category are Dr. Bronner’s, Burt’s Bees, Jane Iredale, and Neal’s Yard Remedies. With this much choice, you'll be sure to find the cruelty-free version of what you’re looking for!
Does Leaping Bunny mean vegan?
No, Leaping Bunny accreditation means that the cosmetic company does not conduct animal testing and is cruelty-free. However, it does not guarantee that the product is vegan. It may still contain animal-based ingredients.
If you’re keen to go both cruelty-free and vegan, check out our vegan range here.
Recent reviews on Leaping Bunny Accredited products
It looks like a moisturiser (thick and creamy) and has little to no fragrance. It feels a lot like a moisturiser too, but it 'dissolves' in the water and glides on the skin so smoothly. While my skin is still damp after using this I can feel it still - like there's a little left. However, when I dry my skin the feeling goes away.
I used this product after a makeup remover to remove any residual products, oils, and dirt. It doesn't remove make-up well on its own. I have normal to dry skin and this cleanser did the job gently while also moisturising.
I would recommend this product for cleansing in the morning to start the day or after make-up remover at night. If you're looking for any foaming action or heavy duty cleansing, unfortunately this product isn't for you.
If you're looking for a gentle, refreshing, moisturising cleanser, then I would definitely recommend this product.