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What is “Organic Cosmetics"?

Oganic Cosmetics are cosmetic products which are made of plant derived ingredients and other naturally occurring ingredients, cultivated by certified organic farms.  According to the COSMOS-Standard, cosmetic products to be marketed as organic must be certified with the compliance of the defined criteria on:

  • Origin and processing of ingredients
  • Composition of total product
  • Storage, manufacturing and packaging
  • Environmental management
  • Labelling and communication
  • Inspection, certification and control.

Classification of Ingredients of a cosmetic product and their calculation for organic percentage:


Part of Organic Percentage?



Minerals and ingredients of mineral origin


Physically processed agro-ingredients


Chemically processed agro-ingredients


Other ingredients


Remarks: Each ingredient category is subject to the respective requirements.

Only physically processed agro-ingredients and chemically processed agro-ingredients can be certified organic. To be considered as organic or with organic content, they must be certified.

For cosmetic products to be certified organic by COSMOS-Standard, below are some of the key criteria:

- Maximum 5% synthetic compounds.

- At least 95% compounds are of natural origin.

- At least 95% of the physically processed agro-ingredients must be organic.

- At least 20% of the total product (or 10% for rinse-off products) must be organic.

- Water and minerals are NOT calculated for Organic Percentage.



>> Why Organic Cosmetics Need to be Certified?


>> ICEA Standard


>> ECOCERT Standard