Who are we?
My Beauty Bunny is a an award-winning, Top 100 beauty blog written by Jen Mathews and a selection of top writers and other beauty product aficionados — all animal lovers. Scouring the Earth for the best in cruelty-free beauty, skin care and hair care products! My Beauty Bunny writes about cruelty-free beauty products for guys and gals who can’t get enough hair, skin, makeup and other beauty products not tested on animals.
My Beauty Bunny is the number one cruelty free beauty blog in the world. We review beauty products and services that have not been tested on animals. Jen Mathews and My Beauty Bunny have been featured on Huff Post Live, People Style Watch Magazine, All You Magazine, Shape Magazine, KTLA News, Fab Fit Fun, LA Talk Live and QVC. My Beauty Bunny has been featured on the WeFollow Top Ten in Beauty list as well as the Top Beauty Influencer list on Klout.com. Jen is the founder of the Beauty Blog Coalition and Beauty Blogs Now, as well as a founding member of the International Fashion and Beauty Blogger Organization (iFabbo).
For more about My Beauty Bunny in the news, check out this page.
Want to reach the beauty-loving, fashion-forward, eco-conscious, animal-friendly consumer market? If your target market is women, ages 21-55, My Beauty Bunny is the place to advertise! In addition to ads, we provide sponsored posts, giveaways, hosted private events, social media promotion and more! Just ask for our media kit! We have many opportunities beyond banner ads: jen at mybeautybunny dot com
Please note: Advertisers must sell cruelty-free products. Manufacturers that conduct animal testing, or buy ingredients from companies that are known to conduct animal testing will not be considered.
We only review products that are not tested on animals or made from ingredients that are not tested on animals. Although many of the products we review are vegan, natural and organic, those are not requirements for us to review your press samples; our focus is on cruelty-free beauty products.
It can take anywhere from one to five months to test the samples (depending on the number of products we have to review at any given time) and, if we like the product, to write our review. After the review is finished, we will let you know when we plan to post it on our blog–and will send you the link for it. Please note that we are 100% honest in our reviews: we don’t like to write negative articles. If your product does not work for the first tester, we shall then pass it on to a second. If the product is not satisfactory for either tester, at that point we would choose to NOT write a review. We only want to share the good stuff with our readers!
When we publish our reviews, we also appreciate it when you, in turn, add us to your press page, tweet our link and mention us on Facebook. Please request graphics, logos, and banners: we can make any size that you wish.
We only review health, beauty and lifestyle products that are not tested on animals or made from ingredients that are not currently being tested on animals (more on that here). Although many of the products we review are natural and organic, it is not required for us to review them. Our focus is on cruelty-free products. If you’d like us to review your product, please fill out the form here.
We highly recommend using Google Alerts to monitor media write-ups and customer discussion about your brand.
Please note that we are 100% honest in our reviews, and we don’t like to write negative articles. If your product does not work for the first tester, we will pass it on to a second tester. If the product was not satisfactory to both testers, we will opt to NOT write a review. We only want to share the good stuff with our readers.
Product Review Request Form
Fill out this form to have your product/service considered for review (or contact jen at mybeautybunny dot com). Please note that your product must be PETA or Leaping Bunny certified. If not, please provide a statement that you AND your ingredient suppliers do not test on animals. The product must also be vegetarian, but not necessarily vegan (For example: beeswax is okay, but hyaluronic acid made from rooster combs is not – unless it is synthetic). PR Contact Form