Clean and natural are very important topics in the cosmetics industry today, but the definitions of these trends can be complicated and easy to confuse one with the other. In this episode, Kobo’s specialists will discuss the definitions of clean and natural, the differences between them and how they relate to sustainability.
Links for more information:
Kobo Ingredients with Natural Origin:
North America: http://koboproductsinc.com/Downloads/Kobo-NaturalProductsNA.pdf
Latin America: http://koboproductsinc.com/Downloads/Kobo-NaturalProductsLatAm.pdf
UN Global Sand Observatory Initiative: https://unepgrid.ch/en/activity/sand
Are Minerals renewable: https://renewablepedia.com/are-minerals-renewable/
ISO 16128: https://blog.alpol-cosmetique.com/en/iso-16128-standard-how-does-it-define-the-organic-share-of-natural-cosmetics/
Questions about ISO 16128: https://www.cosmebio.org/en/reports/natural-and-organic-cosmetics-13-questions-of-consumers-about-iso-16128/
Natural Cosmetics Act: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/5017/text?r=4&s=1
Sephora Clean Beauty: https://www.sephora.com/beauty/clean-beauty-products
CREDO – The Dirty List: https://credobeauty.com/pages/the-dirty-list-1
Whole Food Clean Beauty: https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/quality-standards/beauty-body-care-standards
10 Beauty Regulatory & Litigation Concerns for 2021: https://www.gcimagazine.com/business/rd/regulatory/10-Beauty-Regulatory--Litigation-Concerns-for-2021-573816821.html
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