How Can Companies and Brands Join PETA’s ‘Global Beauty Without Bunnies’ Program?

Let consumers know that your company or brand doesn’t test its products on animals by applying to join our global list of companies and brands that are animal test–free. Please contact [email protected] to request the application materials—there’s no cost to join! Once your company has been certified as “animal test–free” or “animal test–free and vegan,” you’ll be able to license one of PETA’s Global Beauty Without Bunnies logos.

Companies may be certified by PETA under one of two designations:

  • Global animal test–free recognizes companies and brands that have verified that they and their suppliers do not conduct, commission, pay for, or allow any tests on animals for their ingredients, formulations, or finished products anywhere in the world and that they will never do so in the future.
  • Global animal test–free and vegan recognizes companies and brands that meet the same requirements and whose entire product line is free of animal-derived ingredients. These companies are truly cruelty-free.

Note: To be considered “cruelty-free” under PETA’s Global Beauty Without Bunnies program, a company must not only ban animal tests but also refuse to use any animal-derived ingredients, such as honey, beeswax, or carmine in its products.

It’s completely free to be certified under these categories, and once approved, companies may choose to use our global “Animal Test–Free” or “Animal Test–Free and Vegan” logos. We frequently hear from consumers who want to be able to identify animal test–free products at a glance while shopping, and the use of our logo is the perfect way to reach them. For a one-time licensing fee of only $350, you can use our logo on your products, literature, in-store displays, and website. To meet your individual design needs, the logo may be used in any color combination or in black and white.

Please contact [email protected] to request the necessary paperwork.

Thank you for your interest in being included on our list of companies that do not test on animals. We look forward to hearing from you.

If your company is already included on our list of companies that don’t test on animals and you have updated information to share with us (e.g., a new address, a new phone number, or new products), please fill out the form below. Thank you for your commitment to selling only animal test–free products.

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE

— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind