Why Organic?

Organic Links

Our certified organic oils come from crops grown without harmful chemicals.

The absence of chemical fertilisers, herbicides and pesticides in growing organic crops results in healthy, strong, bug-resistant plants courtesy of higher levels of phytochemicals.

Organic certification requires also that crops are grown without any gmos (genetically modified) substances.

When we source certified organic ingredients we require these to be accompanied by documentation showing the origin of the oil, certification and date of production. This helps us to ensure both authenticity and traceability.

In particular we champion certified organic oils including calendula, rosehip, evening primrose, avocado, jojoba and sunflower in our mother and baby skincare products. We have carefully selected specific, natural and organic ingredients for their low allergenic, highly beneficial properties which are suitable for even the most sensitive skin types and have proven themselves now over more than two decades.

Some of our favourite organic links are included on this page. Read on and you will discover why we choose to include CERTIFIED ORGANIC ingredients.

Click here to view our organic skincare.

mission is Leading, uniting and assisting the organic movement in its full diversity.The IFOAM Basic Standards are the keystone of the organic movement. They define the principles, recommendations, and required baseline standards that guide operators in producing their organic crops and maintaining organic integrity in the further handling and processing of organic commodities.

Visit IFOAM to learn more about certified organics globally.

Considered the most professional and efficient Organic Certifier in Australia and the Asia Pacific region, NASAA currently certifies approximately 900 producers, processors and retailers, and over 7 million hectares in Australia and approximately 7000 operators and cooperative based farmers in the Australasia-Pacific region. Some of the high quality, edible grade ingredients including certified organic oats, soy and others used in our natural products, are certified with NASAA.

The Organic Federation of Australia (OFA) represents and promotes the Australian certified organic Industry to all relevant bodies.

Healthy soil is a prime basis for healthy plants, animals and people. Biodynamic farming practices are of an organic nature, not relying on bringing artificial fertilisers on to the farm. Learn more by visiting Biodynamic Agriculture Australia.

Eco Voice is a valuable source of information on sustainable education across all levels of the Australian community, educators, industry and government.

FoodWise.com.au – Learn about food labelling, download healthy recipes and reduce food waste at this great website.

AustOrganic.com – Home of the original ‘bud’ logo, this website offers information about living an organic-rich lifestyle whilst supporting sustainable farming.

Organic.org – This website offers an interactive area where children can participate in educational activities that promote the importance of organics.