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The Top 10 Certified Organic Product Ranges

Updated on January 18, 2015

Are your "Organic" or "All Natural" cosmetic products truly organic?

Because consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the harmful chemicals used in traditional cosmetic products, there are a disturbing amount of companies misleadingly using the terms "organic" and "all natural". This includes products that contain a number of synthetic ingredients and in some cases predominantly synthetic ingredients with only one or two organic components.

Increasingly many brands label their products as "100% natural" or "Derived from natural ingredients" but unless an ingredient is certified organic, it may contain residues of pesticides and/or have undergone chemical processes that involve the use of various synthetic compounds.

See the chart below for the top 10 certified cosmetic products that contain truly organic ingredients as well as being top notch quality. There are also a couple of example products at the bottom of the page.

The Top 10 Certified Organic Cosmetic & Product Ranges

Country of Origin
Are the products certified Organic?
Yes. USDA certified 100% organic products
Beyond Organic Skincare
Yes. BDAA certified 100% organic products to EU Organic standards
Yes. SA certified 100% Organic products
Yes. SA certified 100% Organic products
Balm Balm
Yes. SA certified 100% Organic products
Dr Bronner's
Yes. Oregon Tilth/USDA certified Organic
Yes. Products certified by ACO
Organic Blessings
Yes. Pennsylvania certified Organic (to USDA standards)
Nature's Paradise
Yes. USDA certified Organic
Sensibility Soaps
Yes. USDA certified 95-100% Organic products

Organic Certifiers

Australian Certified Organic
United States Department of Agriculture
Soil Association

Best Reviewed Certified Organic Products

Below are a couple of example products from the table of the top 10 certified organic cosmetic and product ranges. Both these products have been certified 100% organic and are renowned for their excellent quality. Dr Bronner's Organic Lavender Soap and Balm Balm's Frankincense Deep Cleansing Balm are the most popular and highly reviewed of all their products.

5 stars for Dr Bronner & Balm Balm


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