What Does Organic Mean for Skin Care?

Certifications and Standards: Many organic skin care certifications have minimal requirements for organic content, ranging from 10%-20%. Widely recognized certifications like ECOCERT, Soil Association, COSMOS, and NATRUE adhere to these standards. However, the USDA sets a higher bar at 95% whole plant organic material. The term 'derived from organic' can be misleading, often indicating chemically processed ingredients that no longer resemble the original plant.

Vojal Organic Philosophy: At Vojal, our philosophy revolves around harnessing the power of nature in its purest form. Our products are 100% natural ingredients.We are dedicated to utilizing only whole, organic herbs that undergo no chemical processing.nships with our farmers, ensuring the utmost integrity of every plant we use. Unlike conventional certifications, our standards surpass the norm, reflecting our unwavering commitment to authenticity and sustainability. In our world, nature is our laboratory, and wild herbs and forest treasures form the cornerstone of our organic philosophy.

Why Certification Isn’t Enough: While certifications exist, none fully align with our rigorous standards for organic, biodynamic, and regenerative farming practices, coupled with the quality of our finished cosmetic formulas. The USDA organic certification still permits undesirable processing methods and unsustainable practices. We prioritize authenticity over certification, investing in transparent and ethical practices.

Animal Testing Policy: We adamantly oppose animal testing and do not conduct any tests on animals.

Vegan-Friendly Products: The majority of our products are vegan, except for those containing honey or beeswax sourced from organic farms committed to supporting bee populations.

Gluten-Free Assurance: All our products, including those containing oats, are processed in wheat-free facilities to ensure they are gluten-free.