Ethic labels: natural and organic
The number of ethical, natural and organic labels, is in increase in the cosmetic industry, as it confirms the search Organic Monitor.
More than 20 different types of labels they are present on the cosmetic and products for the personal care now, identifiable as ethics, sustainable and sure. Natural and organic they are the systems of ethical labelling more affirmed, especially in the western part of Europe, where around the 3% of the products for the personal care they are certified according to the most diffused standards. A peak of rates of adoption is anticipated in the next months, when the standard ISO will be introduced for natural and biological cosmetic.
Besides, even if there are worries that the ISO 16128 you/he/she could be a weak standard, will be the first international standard for natural and biological cosmetic. The Sustainable Cosmetics Summits has also delineated a tendency to create national standard of such labels. For example, Korea of the South he is moving in such sense and the Brazilian government you/he/she has controled the term "cosmetic biological", opening the road to a normative national; Australia has already introduced his/her national standard in the 2013. Some ethical labels are receiving success: the mark Fairtrade is always well visible on the products for the personal care in U.K., United States, France and other countries.
The label Halal is without doubt the most promising in Asia, that entertains over 1 million Moslem consumers. His tall potential is inducing great enterprises that produce the ingredients as the BASF and Clariant, to develop material raw certified Halal. The matter is if the number of systems of etichettatura and norms will keep on growing and to proliferate or if I/you/he/she were possible to reach an equilibrium. Sustainable Cosmetics Summits has also introduced a workshop devoted Halal as an updating to the leaders of systems of etichettatura on the natural and biological (among which ISO 16128 and the national norms) labels.