Fighting Animal Testing

At Bathorium we believe in producing the most beautiful bath products, with a conscience. We test our bath products rigorously, but on bath enthusiasts only! We ensure our suppliers of essential oils, butters and salts align with our values and pledge to using safe and beneficial ingredients that have not been tested on animals.


Animal testing for cosmetics is an ugly business. Around the world, many thousands of animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and mice suffer needlessly to test products like lipstick and shampoo, even though producing cruelty-free beauty products is safe and simple. It's time to end cosmetics cruelty—forever.


Bathorium is proud to announce in early 2020 we have been listed as Leaping Bunny Certified.The Leaping Bunny Program is the gold-standard in cruelty-free certification for personal care and household products companies and signifies no animal testing from all stages of product development. 

The Leaping Bunny Program offers not just a list, but a Standard—the only Standard that guarantees a product to be free of new animal testing. While many ingredients have been tested on animals in the past, the Standard is designed to prevent future animal testing and eventually drive animal testing out of the industry completely. In addition, the Leaping Bunny Standard is internationally recognized. Formed from the nation's largest animal protection groups, the CCIC also partners with animal protection groups in Canada and Europe.

Say NO to Animal Testing in Cosmetics  

We've also partnered up with HSI who are working across the globe — with governments, companies, scientists, and like-minded groups in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, India, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Russia, Taiwan and the United States — to achieve a cruelty-free world where no animal has to suffer for the sake of cosmetics. Sign our Be Cruelty-Free pledge today and say no to cosmetics animal testing in your country and worldwide.

Sign the pledge and join Bathorium in the movement

Fight animal testing in cosmetics