We work in partnership with Mexican farmers in accordance with the “OperAequa” Fair Trade charter to provide our raw materials.
The implementation of these requirements are regularly verified on site by the Bioagricoop certification body.
The cultivation and hand-harvesting of our Aloe Vera in Mexico complies with organic farming criteria in order to preserve all of the plant’s active ingredients, check for heavy metals and pesticides, as well as to ensure water quality.
In order to preserve the integrity of its original properties, the Aloe Vera extract that we produce on site is not heated. It is processed and stored at a controlled temperature of 4°C.
We do not use powders or concentrates in our products, and believe that adding water to a powder does not recreate the real gel of the original plant.
However, organic foodstuff & cosmetics charters do not distinguish between reconstituted aloe and real juice from the plant.
It is therefore impossible for the consumer to find out the truth! To fight this disinformation, we apply our Native Aloe logo to all of our products.
The sulfates found in traditional washes can be very irritating to the skin, the eyes and hair, and we have therefore chosen not to use these in our products.
The Cosmébio charter requires a minimum organic content of 10% in a cosmetic product and Cosmos Organic charter requires a minimum organic content of 20% in a cosmetic product.
We believe that this percentage is far too low and therefore incorporate 4 to 10 times more organic goods in our products!
We are constantly working to produce products that are as close as possible to the plant’s natural state.