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Certifications

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UNI ORGANICS GUARANTEES QUALITY, PURITY AND INTEGRITY

Uni Organics operates as a transparent company, with people who care about our products, production methods, certification, ingredients and their effectiveness. This is our guarantee of quality, purity and integrity.

All Uni Organics products meet the world's highest organic standards established by the European Certification Body Cosmos. Cosmos is the most respected certification scheme for organic, natural and raw materials worlwide.

Why organic products are certified:

  • Certified Organic Skincare products are manufactured without the use of synthetic chemicals, animal derivatives fertilizers and GeneticallyModified Organisms (GMO's)
  • Protects you the comsumer from deception and fraud in the market place. Many brands use the words" Natural and Organic" and are made with toxic ingredients that can be harmful to your health and well being
  • Ensures that all stages of production, processing and marketing are subject to inspection and meet the pre-determined requirements of the organic standard which places great importance on building and sustaining healthy crops, animal welfare and healthy soils

Uni Organics is certified and listed with Safe Cosmetics Australia (SCA). SCA assists consumers who wish to exclude harmful chemicals from the products they choose by delivering a Toxic-Free List of companies that have been independently reviewed. Their mission is to raise toxic-free awareness, promoting companies who formulate products based on natural plant and mineral ingredients to ensure comsumers the product has no hidden nasties.


Uni Organics appears on the Choose Cruelty Free list of products that do not in any way support the testing of products and ingredients on animals.

Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) is an independent, non-profit organisation based in Australia, which actively campaigns for an end to animal testing of cosmetics, toiletries and other household products. CCF Accreditation criteria is probably the most stringent in the world today.