The ECOCERT label originated in France. Consumers in over 80 countries now trust products that are certified with this label.

Today there are many so-called "Organic" Products, but by far not all are sufficiently certified. Why ECOCERT? The label controls and evaluates organic and biological care products and that too 100% reliably, impartially, unbiased and accurately!

ECOCERT is, amongst others, a Quality Assurance Programme that guarantees you as a consumer the following:

  • from controlled organic cultivation
  • at least 95% of the herbal ingredients are of natural origin
  • at least 10% of the ingredients are of organic origin (water is not included)
  • information on the label indicating the number of ingredients of natural/organic origin
  • no Parabens
  • only a few approved preservatives (from the food sector)
  • no synthetic colouring agents or synthetic alcohol
  • no synthetic fragrances and/or nature-identical fragrances
  • finished products not tested on animals
  • Product packaging must be made of recyclable materials.

The ECOCERT Series we offer completely dispense with fragrances and colourings of any kind.

With the purchase of ECOCERT Products you can be sure of not buying a "cat in the bag".

Rely on quality, certified according to the guidelines of one of the world's leading Organic Certifier!

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The "Nordic Ecolabel" is the environmental Eco-label of the Scandinavian countries (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland).

What does the Nordic Ecolabel mean for
Almost all natural-products body care and cleansing products are awarded the "Nordic Ecolabel". It is important to know that only products that meet the strictest health and environmental requirements are awarded the label.

What are the requirements?
Environment: With regard to the environmental aspect, only contents that do not pollute the environment and can be easily degraded in sewage treatment plants are permitted to be used in the products. In addition, the use of fragrances and colourings, which are not contained in the natural-products at all, are strongly restricted. Similarly, stipulations are placed particularly on effective packaging (pack size in relation to content).

Health: With regard to health requirements, allergies are particularly important. The Nordic Ecolabel therefore specifies strict requirements for the use of the ingredients. In addition, ingredients that are hazardous to health - but unavoidable - are limited.

Why are products with the "Nordic Ecolabel" recommended?
Products that have been awarded the Nordic Ecolabel have been checked by an independent commission with regard to their specifications. The label will only be awarded when all requirements have been fully and sustainably met. The "Nordic Ecolabel" quality label is widely known in Scandinavia and enjoys a great deal of trust among consumers.

With products bearing the Nordic Ecolabel, you can be sure that special attention is paid to the environment and health during production and manufacturing.

Conclusion: Products with the Nordic Ecolabel meet high quality requirements, are valuable for the environment and health and are constantly monitored. The Nordic Ecolabel is therefore a seal of quality that can also be seen as proof of continuous quality control. - Products with the "Nordic Ecolabel" for Environment & Health

The Declaration Regulations of the Asthma Allergy Association (Astma-Allergi Danmark) is the only allergy label on the Danish market. The blue circle on the products gives you the assurance that the contents have been carefully
checked by an experienced declaration chemist. The chemist checks each of the ingredients individually and also examines how they react together.

The labelled Products should

  • make it easier to minimize the risk of developing an allergy
  • make it more attractive for manufacturers to develop products with lower risk factors
  • make it easier to avoid certain substances if you already have an allergy.

The regulation is solely applicable to products that come into direct contact with the skin and thus pose a risk of developing a contact allergy.

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