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6 Leaping Bunny Certified Fragrance Brands for Your Next Night Out

March 1, 2024
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One of the ways to discover fragrance brands that never test on animals is to look for certification logos like Leaping Bunny and PETA's Cruelty Free & Vegan. The Leaping Bunny Program is one of the most trusted certifications for cruelty-free products, and you can be sure that neither the product nor any of its ingredients have been tested on animals at any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or ingredient suppliers. Companies need to renew their commitment to the Leaping Bunny program every year and must set up a monitoring system to ensure all their suppliers comply with the Leaping Bunny standards. Learn more about sustainability-related certifications here.

1. St. Rose

Instagram | @st.rose
Price Range | $185 for 50ML
Shipping | United States
Cruelty-free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

St. ROSE is a brand that values transparency and traceability, by creating clean formulations that are gentle to skin and earth. For the highest quality and least amount of environmental stress, every item they use is vegan, ethically sourced, organic if possible, and sourced with provenance from its home region.

Browse St.Rose

Photo by St. Rose

2. Aesop

Instagram | @aesop
Price Range | $170 for 50ML
Availability | Global
Cruelty-free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified, PETA's Cruelty-Free

Aesop offers skin, hair, and body care formulations created with meticulous attention to detail, and with efficacy, and sensory pleasure in mind. Aesop launched their fragrance line which are also cruelty free. The brand is Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny approved and to be included on PETA's cruelty-free.

Shop Aesop

Tacit Eau de Parfum in amber glass bottle with outer carton
Photo by Aesop

3. Skylar

Instagram | @skylar
Price Range | $90 for 50ML
Availability | United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, South Korea and France
Cruelty-Free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

All Skylar's products are free of top toxic ingredients: Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates SLS & SLES, Synthetic Dyes, Synthetic Musks, and Allergens. The brand uses as many natural ingredients as possible and is cruelty-free. Skylar offers a membership club, the Scent Club, where the members get monthly limited-edition products, discounts and you can skip, swap or cancel anytime.

Browse Skylar

Photo by Skylar

4. Clean Reserve

Instagram | @cleanreserve
Price Range | $75 for 50ML
Availability | United States
Cruelty-Free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

Clean Beauty Collective offers fragrances that are 100% vegan and cruelty-free with the Leaping Beunny approval stamp. The ingredients are infused with sustainable ingredients and the fragrance base is made of alcohol derived from corn.

Shop Clean Reserve

Photo by Clean Beauty Collective

5. The 7 Virtues

Instagram | @7virtues
Price Range | $88 for 50ML
Shipping | United States, Canada
Cruelty-Free Certifications | Leaping Bunny Certified

The 7 Virtues perfumes are made with natural, organic and fair trade essential oils supporting families in nations rebuilding after war or strife. The brand reveals transparently on where the fragrance oils were sourced from and the aromatherapy healing benefits of each.

Shop 7 Virtues

Photo by The 7 Virtues

6. Sana Jardin

Instagram | @sanajardin
Price Range | $145 for 50ML
Available | United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe
Cruelty-Free Certifications | Leaping Bunny Certified

Sana Jardin’s vision as a luxury fragrance house is to make a positive impact and empower women by creating clean and sustainable fragrances and candles. The brand aims to empower the floral harvesters with the skills and materials they need to increase their wages through commerce not charity.

Browse Sana Jardin

Photo by Sana Jardin

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6 Leaping Bunny Certified Fragrance Brands for Your Next Night Out

March 1, 2024

One of the ways to discover fragrance brands that never test on animals is to look for certification logos like Leaping Bunny and PETA's Cruelty Free & Vegan. The Leaping Bunny Program is one of the most trusted certifications for cruelty-free products, and you can be sure that neither the product nor any of its ingredients have been tested on animals at any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or ingredient suppliers. Companies need to renew their commitment to the Leaping Bunny program every year and must set up a monitoring system to ensure all their suppliers comply with the Leaping Bunny standards. Learn more about sustainability-related certifications here.

1. St. Rose

Instagram | @st.rose
Price Range | $185 for 50ML
Shipping | United States
Cruelty-free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

St. ROSE is a brand that values transparency and traceability, by creating clean formulations that are gentle to skin and earth. For the highest quality and least amount of environmental stress, every item they use is vegan, ethically sourced, organic if possible, and sourced with provenance from its home region.

Browse St.Rose

Photo by St. Rose

2. Aesop

Instagram | @aesop
Price Range | $170 for 50ML
Availability | Global
Cruelty-free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified, PETA's Cruelty-Free

Aesop offers skin, hair, and body care formulations created with meticulous attention to detail, and with efficacy, and sensory pleasure in mind. Aesop launched their fragrance line which are also cruelty free. The brand is Cruelty Free International Leaping Bunny approved and to be included on PETA's cruelty-free.

Shop Aesop

Tacit Eau de Parfum in amber glass bottle with outer carton
Photo by Aesop

3. Skylar

Instagram | @skylar
Price Range | $90 for 50ML
Availability | United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, South Korea and France
Cruelty-Free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

All Skylar's products are free of top toxic ingredients: Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates SLS & SLES, Synthetic Dyes, Synthetic Musks, and Allergens. The brand uses as many natural ingredients as possible and is cruelty-free. Skylar offers a membership club, the Scent Club, where the members get monthly limited-edition products, discounts and you can skip, swap or cancel anytime.

Browse Skylar

Photo by Skylar

4. Clean Reserve

Instagram | @cleanreserve
Price Range | $75 for 50ML
Availability | United States
Cruelty-Free Certification | Leaping Bunny Certified

Clean Beauty Collective offers fragrances that are 100% vegan and cruelty-free with the Leaping Beunny approval stamp. The ingredients are infused with sustainable ingredients and the fragrance base is made of alcohol derived from corn.

Shop Clean Reserve

Photo by Clean Beauty Collective

5. The 7 Virtues

Instagram | @7virtues
Price Range | $88 for 50ML
Shipping | United States, Canada
Cruelty-Free Certifications | Leaping Bunny Certified

The 7 Virtues perfumes are made with natural, organic and fair trade essential oils supporting families in nations rebuilding after war or strife. The brand reveals transparently on where the fragrance oils were sourced from and the aromatherapy healing benefits of each.

Shop 7 Virtues

Photo by The 7 Virtues

6. Sana Jardin

Instagram | @sanajardin
Price Range | $145 for 50ML
Available | United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Europe
Cruelty-Free Certifications | Leaping Bunny Certified

Sana Jardin’s vision as a luxury fragrance house is to make a positive impact and empower women by creating clean and sustainable fragrances and candles. The brand aims to empower the floral harvesters with the skills and materials they need to increase their wages through commerce not charity.

Browse Sana Jardin

Photo by Sana Jardin