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Vegan cosmetics seal - a guide

Vegane Kosmetik Siegel - Ein Leitfaden

Everything you need to know about vegan and natural cosmetics seal: a guide from Ben & Anna

In today's world, in which more and more consumers value ethical and sustainable products, vegan cosmetics is becoming increasingly important. But how can you make sure that the products you buy are not only vegan, but also natural? The answer is in the vegan and natural cosmetics seals. In this guide, we will deal with their meaning and their different types more precisely.

Why are vegan and natural cosmetics seal important?

Vegans and natural cosmetics seals play a crucial role in conveying trust and helping you to make informed decisions. They serve as an independent confirmation that a product is free of animal ingredients, animal experiments and harmful chemicals.

The different types of vegan and natural cosmetics seals

  1. Vegan Society Logo: The Vegan Society Logo is one of the best -known seals for vegan products. It is awarded by Vegan Society, one of the oldest vegan organizations in the world. Products that carry this seal correspond to the strict guidelines of the vegan society and contain no animal ingredients. 

  2. Peta Cruethy-Free Logo: The PETA Cruelty-Free Logo is awarded by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). It identifies products that have not been tested on animals and do not contain any animal ingredients. For many consumers, this seal is an important indicator of ethical practices.

  3. Leaving Bunny: The siegle with the rabbit is awarded by the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). Products with this seal have not been tested on animals and do not contain animal ingredients. The Leaping Bunny Siegel is internationally recognized and stands for strict standards in terms of animal experiments.

  4. Soda certificate: The soda certificate characterizes products as natural cosmetics. It guarantees that the products contain natural and biological ingredients and are free of synthetic fragrance and dyes as well as genetically modified ingredients.

  5. Ecocert: Ecocert is a certification body for nature and biocosmetics. Your seals characterize products that contain a certain percentage of natural and biological ingredients and use environmentally friendly manufacturing processes.

  6. Vegan Beauty Award: The Vegan Beauty Award is awarded by various organizations and publications to honor outstanding vegan cosmetic products. Products that receive this price are recognized for their effectiveness, quality and ethics.

  7. Cosmos Natural: Cosmos Natural is a European certification system for natural and biological cosmetic products. Products with this seal meet strict guidelines in terms of ingredients, manufacturing processes and environmental compatibility.

Deodorant cream with seal

Our connection to vegan and natural cosmetics seals

At Ben & Anna we are proud to offer products that are both vegan and natural. Our products wear different seals such as the Vegan Society Logo, the Peta Cruethy-Free Logo and the Natrue certificate to assure you that they are ethically flawless and natural. We believe in transparency and integrity and are committed to ensuring that our products meet the highest standards.

Vegans and natural cosmetics seals play a crucial role in conveying trust and enabling ethical purchase decisions. For us at Ben & Anna, these seals are an important part of our efforts, high -quality, ethical and natural Products to offer. We are proud that our products earn your trust and make a contribution to a more sustainable future.

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