Certifications and Associations

USDA Certified Organic

Certified Since 2015

USDA regulates the term “organic”. If a cosmetic, body care product, or personal care product contains or is made up of agricultural ingredients, and can meet the USDA/NOP organic production, handling, processing and labeling standards, it may be eligible to be certified under the NOP regulations.

CCOF    I    California Certified Organic Farmers 

Certified Since 2015

California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) is an internationally recognized symbol of organic integrity. As one of the first organic certification agencies, CCOF has strong roots in the history of the organic movement. CCOF provides a system that combines strict production standards, on-site inspections, and legally binding contracts to protect the producers and buyers of organic products.

USDA Integrity Database

The INTEGRITY database improves access to certified organic operation information by giving industry and public users an easy way to search for data. Only certified operations can sell, label, or represent products as organic, unless exempt or excluded from certification. You can find a certified organic farm or business, or search for an operation with specific characteristics.

QAI    I    Quality Assurance International

Certified Since 2021

QAI is one of the leading providers of organic certification services worldwide. As an accredited certifier for USDA as well as international organic programs, QAI's programs verify organic integrity at each link of the product supply chain, helping to assure compliance with organic standards.


Certified Since 2021

NSF/ANSI 305 is the only American National Standard that defines labeling and marketing requirements for personal care products containing organic ingredients. The standard allows using the “contains organic ingredients” designation for products that contain at least 70 percent organic ingredients by weight. The standard also allows for limited chemical processing needed to manufacture personal care products, which would not meet the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) requirements for organic food products.

IASC    I    International Aloe Science Council

Certified Since 2019

The International Aloe Science Council (IASC) is a not-for-profit trade organization for the aloe vera industry. IASC's standards provide a mechanism for industry self-regulation and voluntary demonstration of a commitment to using authentic, high quality aloe vera in a wide variety of consumer products. The mission of the IASC is to advance, promote, and represent the aloe vera industry by providing educational, scientific, and self-regulatory leadership and guidance. IASC provides a system that combines strict production standards, on-site inspections, and legally binding contracts to protect the producers and buyers of aloe vera products.

FDA Registered

FDA's Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program (VCRP) is a reporting system for use by manufacturers, packers, and distributors of cosmetic products that are in commercial distribution in the United States.