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No Animal Testing

A cruelty-free brand should not conduct or commission any animal testing on its finished products, ingredients, or formulations.

Ingredient Sourcing

Cruelty-free brands strive to use ingredients that are not derived from animals. They avoid using animal by-products such as animal fats, animal oils, or animal-derived collagen

Supply Chain Transparency

Cruelty-free brands typically ensure transparency in their supply chain, requiring suppliers to provide documentation and assurances that their ingredients are not tested on animals.

Third-Party Verification

Many cruelty-free brands seek third-party certifications or accreditations from recognized organizations like Leaping Bunny, PETA, or Choose Cruelty-Free.

Our Mission

Free Bunni is more than just a website; it's a transformative journey. By engaging with our content, you'll uncover a newfound love and appreciation for animals, nurturing a connection you never knew existed. We'll provide you with the knowledge, resources, and stories that will open your heart and make you an unwavering advocate for animal welfare.

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Together, we can create a world where every creature is treated with respect, compassion, and love. Step into the realm of Free Bunni, where advocacy, awareness, and cruelty-free shopping merge to make a lasting impact. Join us and let’s rewrite the story of animal cruelty, one conscious choice at a time.

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Ethical, cruelty-free brands follow key principles and guidelines.

By using cosmetics that are not tested on animals, you are taking a stand in support of animal welfare and sending a clear message to companies that you believe in ethical and sustainable practices.​