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Organic certification

BDIH organic certification

Our laboratory is certified by BDIH, the most prestigious German certifying association of product quality and quality standards in natural cosmetics.

BDIH

BDIH is the German association based in Mannheim, which was created in 1951 and has since then become the most prestigious certifying body of product quality and, in our case, of natural cosmetic products.

BDIH, stands for “Bundesverband Deutscher Industrie- und Handelsunternehmen für Arzneimittel, Reformwaren, Nahrungergänzungsmittel und Körperflegemittell”.

Certified natural cosmetics

The term certified natural cosmetics implies:

  1. Careful selection of raw materials

  • From plant, mineral or animal sources (but no materials from dead animals).

  • Genetic engineering is rejected.

  • The raw materials must be transformed using mild chemical processes.

  • Only those found on the positive list of certifying bodies can be used (silicones, paraffins, synthetic fragrances and synthetic preservatives are rejected).

  • Only a certain group of preservatives are authorised, which are found on the positive list. Other preservatives are considered to be more likely to cause sensitisation, make the skin more reactive and, in short, harm the skin.

  1. In the laboratory

  • To ensure transparency in the production processes, Pequeños Príncipes laboratories are inspected by certifying companies. They check the truthfulness of the data, production processes and raw materials. Annual inspections to revalidate the certification.

  1. In the end product

  • We do not use animal testing.

logo bdih standard 2014
Logo BDIH Standard 2014

Certified organic cosmetics

The term certified organic cosmetics implies:

In addition to the above, more than 90% of the plant extracts and oils are from organic sources and are certified by certifying companies that take into account local trade, sustainable development, ecological cultivation, etc.

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