Combining the two major sustainable skincare trends of organic certification and sustainable packaging materials, we are launching a complete range of products including lotion, serum, moisturizer, 2-in-1 cleanser and cream. These products are designed to be friendly to both your skin and the environment from the inside out.
1. COSMOS-Organic Standard Compliant
The COSMOS-standard is managed by a non-profit, international and independent association.The founding members are BDIH – Germany, Cosmebio – France, Ecocert – France, ICEA – Italy and the Soil Association – UK. The COSMOS-standard defines the criteria that companies must meet to ensure consumers that their products are genuine organic or natural cosmetics produced to the highest feasible sustainability practices.
COSMOS Organic standard
- a. At least 20% of organic ingredients are present in the total formula (10% for rinse-off products)
- b. 95% minimum of the plants(Physically Processed Agro-Ingredient, PPIA) contains are organic. For more information,
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2. Sustainable Packaging
100% PCR Material
In June 2019, the European Parliament issued a directive to reduce the environmental impact of specific plastic products. By 2025, PET bottles should contain at least 25% recycled plastic, and by 2023, all containers should contain at least 30% recycled plastic. In addition to material and appearance, processing technology, suitability and stability should all be carefully considered when adopting PCR packages.
Why sugarcane? How does it become plastic products?
Sugarcane is a renewable energy source with highly efficient photosynthesis. Sugarcane is a fast-growing grass that can be harvested multiple times a year. It absorbs carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere during photosynthesis, helping to reduce greenhouse gas levels in the environment.
During the fermentation process, sucrose extracted from sugarcane juice is converted into ethanol. Through the polymerization process, the ethanol molecules are chemically bonded together to form a polymer, which is the basis of the bioplastic. This polymer can then be transformed into different forms.
Source of Sugarcane
From Brazil. About 90% of sugarcane is concentrated in the central-southern region of Brazil, more than 2000 kilometers away from the Amazon rainforest, preserving biodiversity and mitigating environmental harm.
Benefits of Sugarcane Bioplastic
Sugarcane-based bioplastics not only maintain the performance but can also be recycled alongside traditional plastic products, entering the circular recycling system. This effectively extends the lifecycle of plastic products.
Green collection – free from artificial colorants, parabens, and mineral oils.
skin-friendly formulations + eco-friendly packaging = sustainable beauty.