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MuLondon Gets BUAV Leaping Bunny Accreditation

LONDON, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

MuLondon Skincare Joins The Leaping Bunny Cruelty-Free Scheme For Personal Care Products 

The award-winning UK skincare brand MuLondon has been awarded the Leaping Bunny certification. The Leaping Bunny's rigorously high standards certify that no animal testing is conducted or commissioned for finished products or ingredients in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories or its suppliers.

Cruelty Free International Chief Executive Michelle Thew said: "We are delighted to award MuLondon the Leaping Bunny and congratulate the company for taking this step to prove its cruelty-free status - offering even more choice for people who want to lead a cruelty-free lifestyle."

MuLondon's range includes moisturisers and cleansers in tempting varieties such as Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary, White Chocolate Truffle and Marigold, Frankincense & Myrrh. All products are vegan and produced in London, UK. MuLondon products contain no artificial preservatives, emulsifiers or fragrances. Instead, pure natural essential oils and herbal extracts are used to create luxurious products that are, of course, 100% cruelty-free.

"Since its inception, MuLondon has been a 100% vegan, cruelty-free range. Getting officially certified by BUAV confirms our dedication to pure, mild & effective skincare that does not involve any animal testing at any stage. I'm honoured and excited that all MuLondon products now proudly carry the world-famous Leaping Bunny logo.", says Boris Zatezic, Founder and Head Cream-Whipper at MuLondon.

More information about MuLondon is available at http://www.MuLondon.com.

About MuLondon:

MuLondon is an award-winning skincare range from London, UK, specialising in producing the finest natural products for skin, body and home from pure and certified organic ingredients. MuLondon products contain no artificial preservatives, emulsifiers or fragrances or any animal ingredients. Instead, pure natural essential oils and herbal extracts are used to divinely scent and gently preserve. All suppliers of ingredients to MuLondon are thoroughly vetted and and share the company's green and ethical ideals: no animal testing, proactive environmental, recycling and fair-trade policies and support for community projects. 

About the Leaping Bunny: 

Cruelty Free International is the global campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics. Established by the BUAV, one of the world's longest standing and most respected animal protection organisations, Cruelty Free International is head-quartered in London from where an international network of organisations are mobilised in a coordinated campaign. Cruelty Free International administers the internationally recognized Leaping Bunny Logo for companies producing cosmetics or household products. The Leaping Bunny Programme provides the best assurance that no animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers. 

MuLondon contact: Boris Zatezic, Founder and Head Cream-Whipper
Address: MuLondon, 64C Evelyn Street, London, SE8 5DD, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.MuLondon.com
Email: http://www.MuLondon.com/contact

Leaping Bunny contact: Sarah Kite, Director of Communications at Cruelty Free International & BUAV
Address: BUAV, 16a Crane Grove, London, N7 8NN, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.buav.org 
+44(0)203-411-8611

SOURCE MuLondon

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