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Do UND GRETEL products contain parabens, silicones, or kerosenes?
Do UND GRETEL products contain parabens, silicones, or kerosenes?

Pollutant-free, free of silicones, petroleum, kerosenes, sustainable, 100% certified natural cosmetics

Katharina Jakobi avatar
Written by Katharina Jakobi
Updated over a week ago

NO BAD STUFF - without compromise - that's our motto.

That's why we have of course no parabens, silicones or kerosenes in our products.

And to ensure that you don't have to believe our words alone, we have had all our products certified. With the BDIH certification you can be sure that our products do not contain any parabens, silicones or kerosenes, but also no other harmful substances. You can find more about the guidelines for our certification here.

There is a lot to be found on the topic of "Clean Beauty", but to be sure that it really is 100% natural cosmetics, it is always best to check whether the brand is also certified! We only use selected, high-quality ingredients that are ethically sourced and sustainably grown. Specifically, this means that we completely avoid synthetic ingredients, microplastics, parabens, silicones, mineral oils and aluminium. If you want to know even more about the topic of pollutant-free cosmetics, then click right here: MAKEUP THAT REFUSES TO COMPROMISE.

Even with our colours, we only use pigments that can be found in nature. We regularly test the quality and colours, with each new batch of products, but never on animals. We do all the testing on ourselves, our team, our friends and family. From avocado oil to chamomile extract to distillate of clary sage, all our ingredients have their nurturing, healing and balancing origins in nature.

Hereby we fulfill the BDIH and Cosmos guidelines and are therefore allowed to call ourselves 100% certified natural cosmetics.

If you want to learn more about the topic of harmful substances in cosmetics, you can read our blogpost: "The devil wears plastic: the 5 most common pollutants in cosmetics".

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