You can become a more compassionate consumer by making sure your cosmetics, personal care, household and pet care products aren't tested on animals. It's easier than you think.

Support the Humane Cosmetics Act

The Humane Cosmetics Act would prohibit the use of animals to test cosmetics and ban the sale of cosmetics tested on animals in the United States.

Take Action

Urge your federal legislators to support the Humane Cosmetics Act.

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Find certified cruelty-free products

Follow the Leaping Bunny

Want to know which products aren’t tested on animals? Download the free Leaping Bunny app or view the Leaping Bunny guide, both of which include a comprehensive list of cruelty-free brands that have met the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC)’s rigorous, internationally recognized cruelty-free standard. As a founding member organization of CCIC, we encourage shoppers to purchase from the more than 2,000 cosmetic, personal care, household and pet care companies listed in the guide.

Look for the Leaping Bunny logo

Some cruelty-free companies make animal-friendly shopping easier by displaying the Leaping Bunny logo on their products.

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Check your favorite stores

Leaping Bunny-certified brands can be found in most grocery and pharmacy stores, including CVS, Kroger, Rite Aid, Target, Walgreens, Walmart, Wegmans and Whole Foods. You can also find a wide variety of cruelty-free products at natural grocery stores and local co-ops.

Choose bunny-approved online stores

A wide range of products from Leaping Bunny-certified companies are also available at online retailers like Amazon, Dermstore, iHerb, Lucky VitaminVegan Essentials and VitaCost.

Ask companies if they test on animals

If a brand you're considering isn't on the Leaping Bunny list, contact the company and ask if its products or ingredients are tested on animals at any stage in the manufacturing process. Also ask if the company sells its products in China, which may require animal testing for some cosmetics. You can get in touch with companies using the toll-free number on their packages or on their website.

Get more companies to go cruelty-free

With your support, we've made so much progress towards ending cosmetics animal testing for good, both in the U.S. and around the world. Check out our timeline to see how far we've come.

You can help expand the number of companies that meet the Leaping Bunny standard by urging companies to have their products certified as cruelty-free. Download a sample letter/email for ideas on how to word your request and check the product or the company's website for contact information.