CLEAN BEAUTY

Care products free of critical ingredients - this is what the clean beauty trend stands for. Shampoos, creams and the like that you can use without hesitation.

 

Zero waste sunscreen: This is how natural sun protection works

The skin is our largest organ - it is therefore particularly important to take a closer look when choosing sun protection and to choose sun cream made from natural cosmetics

Green hair care: Best vegan shampoos and conditioners

Hair care without a guilty conscience and with green power? Here is the list of the top brands for vegan shampoo without animal testing - 100% cruelty-free!

News: Aveda products are now vegan and cruelty-free

All Aveda products are now 100% vegan - High-quality cosmetics that are good for the people, animals and environment

Top brands and tips for zero waste shampoo

Washing hair with soap is trendy. We'll show you how to gently and gently clean your hair - without palm oil and plastic-free

Zero waste bathroom: oasis of wellbeing in the name of sustainability

Bathrooms are full of beauty and wellness products. However, these can only be really enjoyed if they can be used with a clear conscience. That works in the Zero Waste Bathroom

This is how a natural nail polish works for organic nails

What harmful substances are hidden in conventional nail polish, what does the "free label" stand for and what are the most beautiful brands for organic nails?

Green Glam: These are the trendiest ethical make up brands

Slowly but surely, the organic beauty trend has moved from niche to mainstream. We show 5 Green Beauty brands for natural beauty care

Green cosmetics - What is behind it?

Clean beauty, vegan, organic or natural cosmetics - these are the differences and these ingredients belong on the no-go list

Cosmetics without microplastics - These are the best natural cosmetic brands

Plastic is found in many beauty products these days. We show you how to easily recognize microplastics and cosmetics without microplastics with a glow factor

Clean beauty by law

Clean beauty is on everyone's lips. But what is behind this is not clear to many. In many countries, including Germany, cosmetics have to be “clean” by law. This means that some ingredients are banned here. In the USA, for example, this is not the case. Here the clean beauty label refers to the abandonment of certain ingredients.

It won't be cleaner

Critical ingredients are therefore not used in the composition of clean beauty products. These ingredients are one in clean beauty products absolute no-go: Cyclic silicones, synthetic fragrances, parabens, mineral oils, PEG, phthalates, oxybezone, sulfates, formaldehyde or even ethanol. In addition, the hair and face care products must not be tested on animals. So they are cruelty-free too.

Synthetic vs. Naturally

Clean Beauty is designed to help consumers make purchasing decisions. It doesn't matter whether the products are synthetic, natural or vegan. Synthetic ingredients can be just as sustainable and harmless as natural ingredients can be unsustainable and harmful.

This is how you recognize clean beauty products

Clean beauty products are intended to provide consumers with simple information and facilitate the purchase decision for cosmetics with a simple design. Certain seals on the products also indicate that they contain no questionable ingredients. These include the BDIH seal, which identifies 100% controlled natural ingredients, the CCPC seal certifies organically and sustainably produced cosmetics, the nature seal represents natural product compositions or the seal of the Natural Products Association, which identifies products that are not artificial Ingredients get along.