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Organic body care

Our range of organic body care products has selected a range of organic body care cosmetics to meet  your whole family’s needs.

Our skin is a great receiver. The different types of skin have led to the creation of multiple ranges of products. However, some skins have reactions: irritation, drying, redness, allergy, …

Save and protect your skin from polluting and unwanted substances. Protect her by using our exclusive selection of organic body care cosmetics.
The organic cosmetic products marketed by are organic body care cosmetics with respects for your skin and health.
If you have a doubt or you hesitate? We will be happy to accompany you with personalized advice according to your needs and your skin type.

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What is meant by ORGANIC COSMETIC products?

Organic cosmetics boycotts pesticides and other components harmful to your health, polluting the environment and prohibits animal testing.
Organic cosmetics are composed mainly of organic vegetable/plant oils, organic essential oils and natural waxes, excluding any aggressive synthetic material for the skin and body. In particular, it bans perfumes of syntheses, paraben and other harmful components for our health.

Your epidermis is the first receiver when organic cosmetics are applied to your skin. It is a true diffuser hence the importance of using organic cosmetics. Moreover, in aromatherapy, we apply organic essential oils mixed with organic vegetable/plant oils for care, medical purposes and well-being.

Organic cosmetics combine beauty products exclusively composed of so-called “organic” and natural ingredients. They are environmentally friendly and not tested on animals. Unlike organic cosmetics, traditional cosmetics can use chemical active ingredients with harmful consequences for our body and health.

What are your organic cosmetics made of ?

The aqueous phase

It represents 70 to 95% of your organic cosmetic product. Floral waters are used in organic cosmetics. Water (aqua) is used in conventional cormetics.

The oily phase

This part of the organic cosmetics represents 5 to 30% of your organic cosmetic product. First cold pressed, unrefined vegetable/plant oils are used in organic cosmetics for example argan oil, sesame, rosehip, jojoba,…..


Organic cosmetics are based on Glucolipids from coconut oil, corn glucose and cereals or Mono and diglycerides from vegetable oils or vegetable lecithins. In contrast, conventional cosmetics use polyethylene glycol derivatives (PEGs or PPGs).

Organic cosmetics also uses the unsaponifiable part of organic vegetable/plant oils

From this unsaponifiable part that a large part of the active agents give them excellent properties, of which esterified, hydrogenated or mineral oils are deprived. Organic cosmetics also use vegetable oleoresins, plant-based esters, fatty acid esters of vegetable origin and triglycerides derived from coconut vegetable oil  and palm (oil palm is excluded for organic cosmetics labeled Nature & Progres). Conventional cosmetics use, unlike organic cosmetics, synthetic esters, but products such as paraffinium liquidum (petroleum jelly), mineral oil derived from petroleum, refined vegetable oils and silicones. As a result, our skin can react with all these products derived from petroleum.

Consistency agents

In organic cosmetics vegetable butters (coconut, cocoa, shea), vegetable waxes and beeswax  are used .
In conventional cosmetics unlike organic cosmetics, synthetic silicone waxes are used. Fatty alcohol is used both in organic cosmetics and in conventional cosmetics.

In organic cosmetics, humectant softeners are vegetable glycerins and algae. In conventional cosmetics, synthetic glycerins and synthetic silicones are used.

Gelling agents

Organic cosmetics  xanthan gum from sugar, algae, cellulose, modified starch are used as gelling agents.
In conventional cosmetics unlike organic cosmetics, acrylic and synthetic polymers are used.


For organic cosmetics, the antioxidants used are tocopherol (natural vitamin E) and unsaponifiables of organic vegetable oils.
In conventional cosmetics unlike organic cosmetics, Tocopherol acetate (vitamin E derivatives) and BHT are used.


As a natural conservative organic essential oils (see our organic shop), specific packaging (without air) and soft preservatives in accordance with ECOCERT, BDIH, Nature & Progres specifications are used.
For conventional cosmetics, unlike organic cosmetics, Methylparaben, propylbaraben, Butylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, Methylsio-chlorothiazolinone, DMDM Hydantoin Methyldi -bromoglutaronitrile will be found.


Organic essential oils, isolates of essential oils and hygrilates are used to perfume orhganic cormetics.

Always check the composition of the organic product you buy. Indeed, some products may contain palm oil. The specifications of Nature & Progrès prohibits this product contrary to Ecocert and others …

Our most succesfull product of the moment is the dry body/hair oil Exotic with Tiare flower.

More and more organic cosmetics such as dry oils are present in our bathrooms.

They highlight your tan, moisturize your skin and nourish your hair without leaving a greasy effect.

Our dry oil  has just a few ingredients :  sweet almond and olive oil and organic perfume of tiare flower.