BDIHBundesverband Deutscher Industrie-und Handelsunternehmen (German: Federal Association of German Industry and Trade)
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In recent years, BDIH, Cosmebio, Eco-cert, Greenlife, ICEA and the Soil Association and their associated certification bodies have been working together to harmonize their various certification schemes and rules, in order to develop a single internationally recognized standard.
The Soil Association standard is almost exclusively adopted by UK companies, ICEA almost entirely by Italian companies, Cosmebio mostly by French companies and BDIH predominantly in Germany.
The new Alima Pure packaging also carries the European BDIH "Certified Cosmetics Seal," a guarantee of the products' safety and environmentally-friendly ingredients.
Cetiol[R] C5 - is a readily biodegradable emollient recommended for use in BDIH and NaTrue formulations.
One of the strictest standards organizations in the world has recognized Alima Cosmetics for the purity and safety of its ingredients, giving the company approval to add the prestigious BDIH "Certified Natural Cosmetics Seal" to its line of 240 mineral makeup products.
Since no government authority, such as the FDA, defines natural, cosmetic products cosmetic brands use their own definition and some may follow the definitions set by Ecocert, BDIH, Cosmos, NaTrue, Natural Product Association (NPA) or others.
Yet, the market demands a broader vision of 'natural'--a vision that is less focused on certifications like Eco-Cert, BDIH, NaTrue, organic, and more on results and safety," said Beata Hurst, marketing and sales manager with Mibelle Biochemistry in Buchs, Switzerland.
Based on benzoic acid, sorbic acid and naturally-occurring alcohol, Optiphen BSB-N conforms to the standards applied by Ecocert, BDIH, Soil Association and NaTrue.
Liposome Herbasec has the advantage of being manufactured from plant-derived, non-GMO raw materials derived from renewable resources and is water-dispersible, solvent- and preservative-free and BDIH conforming.
That's because several groups, including Ecocert (France), BDIH (Germany), Bioforum (Belgium), Cosmebio (France), ICEA (Italy) and Soil Association (UK), have published a Cosmos standard, which defines minimum requirements and common definitions for organic and/or natural cosmetics.