Environment

Our ingredients are Natural & Organic, please see definition detailed below.  We strive to recycle materials in use in all areas of our business, to make sure we do not have a negative impact on the environment.

Natural & Organic

Our aim is to purchase raw materials which are as environmentally friendly and as natural as possible. Cultivated without artificial fertiliser, chemicals and pesticides.

Our main suppliers are certified by the organic Farmers & Growers (OF&G) UK certifying body so we are confident that the organic raw materials purchased are indeed organic.

Our suppliers participate in fair trade and buy from community projects and co-operatives, which gives producers a better deal and enables them to improve their position and have more control over their lives.

We will not use raw materials from animal sources, e.g slaughterhouse by-products such as gelatine, collagen, and animal-based emulsifiers and soap ingredients.

The only animal by-product we stock is beeswax and no bees were harmed in the harvesting of this natural product.

We do not support the testing of raw materials for cosmetics on animals.

 Solar Panelling 

Solar panelling is good for the environment. Generating green electricity from sunlight.

Recycling

All Divine Natural packaging is fully recyclable.

Recycled Toner Cartridges

Divine Natural uses Natural & Organic products.  It is important that we try to be green as well  as being seen to be green.  It’s just another simple way here at Divine Natural to help others and the environment.

Ecocert

Ecocert was the very first certification body to develop standards for “natural and organic cosmetics”.Introduced in 2003, the specification was drawn up in conjunction with all stakeholders in the value chain, i.e. experts, suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, consumers and development organisations. Ecocert currently supports and guides more than 1,000 companies through their certification processes. For more detailed information for Ecocert please click here.

EU Cosmetic Regulations (Click on the links below to see the Regulations in PDF Format)

EU Cosmetic Regulations

EU Cosmetic Regulations 2003 Amendments

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