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JAROSA BEAUTY

Was founded on the principle that natural beauty should start with nature. We also believe that trust between manufacturer and customer should start with honesty. That is why we are dedicated to the truth about our products and beauty.

Below you find the truth about organics as certified by ECOCERT ICO. Any company that advertises a 100% organic product is not being transparent with you because no certification guarantees a 100% organic product. However, ECOCERT, ICO is the best for cosmetics. Read on.

THE TRUTH ABOUT ORGANIC PRODUCTS:

We truly believe organic products are better for you and for the environment. Here’s why

WHAT DOES ORGANIC MEAN?

Where ever you see the word organic, it means grown avoiding the use of chemical fertilizers or synthetic products, in ground fertilized with organic fertilizers and natural minerals favorable to life within the soil, application of the precautionary principle.

HOW YOU KNOW IT’S ORGANIC?

All products labeled organic should be certified by a regulatory body, such as ECOCERT ICO. ECOCERT then regulates the product with an extensive network of inspectors for on site inspection of products from organic farming. This includes spot checks and yearly inspections. The entire production chain is checked, from the raw material to the finished product. Penalties for non-compliance include suspension of the certification.

WHERE DO I LOOK TO SEE IF IT’S ORGANIC?

If the product claims to be certified organic, it should also be labeled with the organization that certified it, such as ECOCERT.

WHY ECOCERT ICO?

ECOCERT ICO has the most stringent criteria on the market for cosmetics.

  • At least 95% natural ingredients in the final product.
  • Other certifiers may exclude water and salt from their percentage of natural ingredients, which artificially inflates the percentage of organic ingredients.
  • No GMOs, parabens, phenoxyethanol, ingredients derived from petrochemicals or synthetic chemistry, no testing of the finished product on animals.
  • The whole manufacturing process is controlled, up to the packaging stage and the packaging and outer packaging must be biodegradable or recyclable.
  • The labeling must be transparent to the consumer.