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This is what the Cosmos Natural seal stands for

From the beginning, it was important to us to develop a care range that provides natural care - without the use of mineral oils, silicones, parabens, paraffins, PEGs or synthetic fragrances. But in the jungle of brands, it is often easy to lose track of which products are actually "really" natural and which only suggest this through individual, natural ingredients.


1. When can a product be called “natural cosmetics”?

2. How does certification work?

3. Why did we choose the COSMOS Natural seal?

When can a product be called “natural cosmetics”?

This is not a protected term. Only certification by independent, renowned testing institutes, which examine and evaluate not only the ingredients but also the packaging materials, provides security for both the manufacturer and the customer.

After the skin compatibility of our products had already been tested by independent dermatologists and awarded the DERMA test seal , we decided to have the ingredients checked as well - and chose the COSMOS NATURAL seal for this: the recognition of European, cooperating associations - including the German non-profit association BDIH 1 - which created an international standard for controlled natural cosmetics with the COS metic O rganic S tandard (COSMOS) and enjoys a high reputation.

How does certification work?

When a new product is brought onto the market, it is registered with the institute and sent there with the necessary documents. The manufacturing plant must be known to the institute because production and storage are checked and assessed on site every year by a trained, independent inspector. Every change to the recipe or packaging must be documented and reported - with this step we are truly committed to absolute transparency.

Why did we choose the COSMOS Natural seal?

When choosing the natural cosmetics seal, it was particularly important to us that the requirements go beyond the mere obligation to use natural ingredients in cosmetic products: COSMOS also looks at the materials used in the packaging and questions the type of cultivation of individual ingredients (for example, palm oil). For example, since the beginning of 2019 it has been mandatory that palm oil may only be sourced from sustainable cultivation.


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