These Leaping Bunny-certified deodorants are widely available online & locally. Check the "Find locally" links for stores near you. Call stores first to make sure they carry the deodorant.
Many other brands have cruelty-free deodorants, just not as widely available. To find others, use our Brands search tool and choose Deodorants under Product Type.
June 14, 2021
$8.99-$10.99/3.25 oz stick, $8.99/2 oz jar. Vegan. *Sensitive skin: See fragrance free versions.
Owned by a parent company that is not certified cruelty free.
$4.75/2.25 fl oz roll-on, $4.75/4 fl oz spray, $5.79/ 2.5 oz solid stick, $6.99/4.25 oz mineral stick. Vegan. *Sensitive skin: See Mineral Deodorant Stick - Unscented, ROCK Deodorant Wide Stick, Mineral Deodorant Roll-On - Unscented, Mineral Deodorant Spray - Unscented.
$6.99/2.25 oz stick, $4.99/3 fl oz roll-on. Vegan. *Sensitive skin: See Natural Mineral Confidence Deodorant Crystal Roll-On Fragrance Free.
Notes: 1. Only certified cruelty-free brand with anti-perspirant. For why, see bottom of list. 2. Owned by a parent company that is not certified cruelty free. 3. Certified Leaping Bunny through Cruelty Free International, the EU's certifying organization.
$14/2 oz jar, $14/1.8 oz stick, $20/3 oz stick. Vegan.
$6.35/2.5 oz stick; $8.49/3.8 fl oz spray. Most are vegan.
$24/1.8 oz stick.
$18/2.6 oz stick, $12.50/1.6 oz stick.
$5.99/2.48 oz stick, $5.99/3 fl oz roll on. Vegan. *Sensitive skin: See Liquid Rock Fragrance Free Roll-on Deodorant (except avoid if you are allergic to lichen extract).
$10/2.5 oz stick. Vegan. *Sensitive skin: See All Good Deodorant - Unscented.
$6.49/2.5 fl oz roll-on, $6.49/8 fl oz spray, $7.99/2.25 oz stick. *Sensitive skin: See Crystal Rock Deodorant Stick, Deodorant Spray - Aloe Unscented.
$11.99/2 oz jar, $16.99/2.7 oz stick. Vegan.
$6.25/2.5 oz stick. Vegan.
$8.99/2.9 oz stick.
$11.99/2.2 oz stick. *Sensitive skin: See Unscented version.
*Sensitive skin: This designation means these deodorants have relatively few ingredients, are fragrance free, and have few or no essential oils or other plant extracts (except for nut/seed oils like shea, which are less likely to cause reactions than other plant extracts). Everyone is different, and these deodorants may cause reactions in some people, too. When trying a new deodorant, try it on a small patch of one underarm first, to make sure you don't react to it.
For anti-perspirants, the only cruelty-free choice is Tom's of Maine. It's because anti-perspirants are regulated as over-the-counter drugs in the US, so the US FDA requires more testing, including potentially animal testing. Tom's of Maine has been able to get FDA approval without animal testing.
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