Bunny Free

Bunny Free


Check if a company is cruelty-free! Bunny Free lets you search for companies by name and tells you whether or not they test on animals. Browse all companies in the database, find cruelty free brands by product type, and share company testing results in version 2.0.

You can also scan a product barcode to look up the company's animal testing policies.

Bunny Free uses data from the cruelty-free shopping guide published by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The information is updated on a regular basis.

Background image "Tree Bark" CC BY-SA 3.0 - Subtle Patterns © Atle Mo

Recent changes:
- See all companies in the database by using the "Browse" tab. Companies can be filtered by their testing policies and other data.
- Find cruelty-free companies by product type using the "Browse" tab
- Share company testing information to social media through "Share" button
- Look up testing information by manually entering in a barcode number on the "Scan" tab
- Scan search improvements
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About Bunny Free
Check if a company is cruelty-free! Bunny Free lets you search for companies by name and tells you whether or not they test on animals. Browse all companies in the database, find cruelty free brands by product type, and share company testing results in version 2.0.

You can also scan a product barcode to look up the company's animal testing policies.

Bunny Free uses data from the cruelty-free shopping guide published by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). The information is updated on a regular basis.

Background image "Tree Bark" CC BY-SA 3.0 - Subtle Patterns © Atle Mo

Recent changes:
- See all companies in the database by using the "Browse" tab. Companies can be filtered by their testing policies and other data.
- Find cruelty-free companies by product type using the "Browse" tab
- Share company testing information to social media through "Share" button
- Look up testing information by manually entering in a barcode number on the "Scan" tab
- Scan search improvements

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 19, 2015
Its ok but... When I type something that I want it keeps on saying 0 results it gets me mad because now how am I going to use I am thinking about just deleting the app
A Google User
Aug 16, 2015
Love the service/hate the search function The search function is very sensitive in that you have to type in the exact name of the company rather than pulling up all related names.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
So far I'm disappointed, I looked up my favorite lipstick brand, Rimmel, no result. That's a pretty well known brand, why is it missing? I can't trust this app, it claims Organix test on animals but organics claims they do not and never have directly or indirectly. I don't have time to look up all the other companies that are wrong. It's easier just to Google each company when I am in a store.
A Google User
Aug 5, 2015
Great app! Most apps like this only tell you the names of brands that don't use animal testing, but I like this one because it tells you if the brand tests on animals or not, so it's easier to tell if they actually do test on animals, as opposed to just not being listed as cruelty-free (even if it is). I also like how it says the parent company in paranthase. The app Cruelty-Free doesn't do that, so you think (for example) that The Body Shop is cruelty-free, when their parent company tests on animals. This app says “The Body Shop (L'Oreal)” so you can search L'Oreal & see that they do test on animals. Very good app :)
A Google User
Jul 31, 2015
Suggestions and confusion I am confused by this ap because what PETA considers cruelty free is confusing to me. Smashbox is a cosmetic company that has been under cruelty free. However, they say they will not test on animals unless required by law to. I am confused because that's not fully cruelty free. I think if you list brands like that under cruelty free you need to make a note of their guidelines. You should note that Smashbox won't test on animals unless required by law to test on animals.