Doc Johnson Certified 'Cruelty Free' by PETA

Lila Gray

LOS ANGELES — Doc Johnson has been certified cruelty-free by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the world’s leading animal rights organization, through PETA's Beauty without Bunnies program.

The Beauty Without Bunnies program clarifies non-animal terminology and procedures, compiles information on the testing policies of companies and organizations, and certifies companies as cruelty-free.

Doc Johnson reports that all of its products have been created cruelty-free since its doors opened in 1976, but now “it's official.”

“We at Doc Johnson are very excited to be a part of PETA’s Beauty without Bunnies program,” said Chad Braverman, Doc Johnson’s COO. “We are strongly committed to cruelty-free production, and we couldn’t be happier that PETA has made it easier for consumers to find like-minded companies and shop for cruelty-free products.”

All of the company’s cosmetic goods are PETA certified and will be listed in PETA’s Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide and online searchable database of cruelty-free companies, as well as featuring the Beauty without Bunnies cruelty-free Bunny logo.

All companies that are included on PETA’s Beauty Without Bunnies Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide have signed PETA’s statement of assurance, and have verified that neither they nor their ingredient suppliers conduct, commission or pay for any tests on animals for ingredients, formulations or finished products.