Certification Standards

Look carefully at your product labels - and you may notice these certification standards.


A German-based association with guidelines and an accompanying seal for certified natural cosmetics.
Here is a summary of their product standards.
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Founded in 2006, Biocosc is a label for natural and organic cosmetics. The Biocosc label indicates that the product has been certified by the independent, neutral, and credible auditing and certification Swiss organization bio.inspecta AG.
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COSMEBIO is the leading ecological and organic cosmetics professional association. It brings together all of the players in the cosmetic industry and currently represents more than 350 members in France and abroad. These members include cosmetic laboratories, distributors, contract manufacturers and raw material suppliers.
Why choose organic cosmetics?
COSMOS (COSMetic Organic Standard) is a Europe-wide private standard that was developed by four certification bodies and two non-profit organisations:
  • BDIH (Germany).
  • Bioforum (Belgium).
  • Cosmebio (France).
  • Ecocert Greenlife SAS (France).
  • ICEA (Italy).
  • Soil Association (Great Britain).
The purpose of COSMOS is to set down minimum common requirements, harmonise organic and natural cosmetic certification rules, and lobby institutions in the sector's interests.
Cosmos Standard January 2011
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A French-based organization that certifies product as natural and/or organic. When it comes to organic beauty products, EcoCert guarantees the genuine practice of environmental respect throughout the production line, respect for the consumer, and promotion of natural substances of a superior ecological quality.
ICEA, the Ethical and Environmental Certification Institute, inspects and certifies firms respectful for the environment, workers' dignity and collective rights. With more than 300 experts inspecting over 13 thousands firms, from its 20 branches throughout Italy and 10 abroad, ICEA is one of the most prominent inspection and certification bodies in the field of sustainable development.

ICEA's activities support a fair and socially sustainable development that from the agriculture extend to the others organic and ecological sectors.
NASAA is an Australian food certification body similar to the Soil Association that has also developed a standard for beauty. NASAA restricts numerous synthetic ingredients and processes used in cosmetics.
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In 2007, several European manufacturers of Natural and Organic Cosmetics joined forces and founded NATRUE. We pursue a common goal: to safeguard and promote pure, authentic natural beauty and skin care products. Based in Brussels, our secretariat works passionately to fulfill our mission.
For these companies, harmony with nature is not a marketing add-on. It is their reason for being.
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This American National Standard, NSF/ANSI 305 Made with Organic Personal Care Products, has been developed as part of the ongoing efforts of a number of interested parties to encourage participation in the manufacturing of personal care products using organically grown ingredients within the supply chain and to address issues on chemical processes, terminology, commercial availability, product composition, calculations, and labeling. Stakeholders involved in developing the Standard included regulatory/public health, industry, trade associations, ingredient suppliers, general interest and product certifiers.The scope of this standard includes, but is not limited to, rinse-off/leave-on personal care products, cosmetic products, oral care and personal hygiene products.
OASIS announces the first organic standard for the US beauty and personal care market, bringing clarity to consumer confusion around organic product claims - with a certification seal that will become the internationally accepted seal representing verified Organic standards for personal care.
OASIS is an industry consensus standard, the result of a deeply committed group of people – suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, etc. – working to set standards and clarity in the dynamic and fast-growing field of organic beauty and personal care products. Its members range from large, global brands and private label manufactures to smaller, specialty brands and raw ingredient suppliers.
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Soil Association
A United Kingdom-based environmental organization that sets standards for organic farming, organic food processing, organic restaurants and catering, organic fisheries, and organic textiles and leather.
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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
The United States Federal Executive Department that develops and executes policy on farming, agriculture, and food. Currently, organic beauty regulation falls under the jurisdiction of the USDA. USDA organic certification refers to the way agricultural crops—for food or beauty products—are grown, handled, and processed (free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides and insecticides).
United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA)
The branch of the United States Department of Health and Human Services that is responsible for the safety regulation of foods, drugs, and cosmetics.


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China Organic
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China OFDC
China Organic Food Certification Center (COFCC), a professional organization responsible for organic food certification and management under the Ministry of Agriculture of P.R. China, is the only one accredited by CNCA in China (CNCA—R—2002—100). COFCC has been registered in the Bureau of Industry and Commerce, and has its own legal personality.
In line with organic food certification standard and relevant laws and regulations, COFCC provides organic food certifying and training services to its clients based on the principles of “ Public, Justice and Fairness”.
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China Organic Food Certification Center

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