What is 'Australian Certified Organic' and What Does it Mean for Your Skin?

With so many 'natural' and 'organic' products to choose from, it's hard to know if products are as organic or natural as they claim to be.  

Enter the Australian Certified Organic.

Australian Certified Organic (ACO) is Australia’s largest certifier for organic and biodynamic produce, and has over 1500 operators within its certification system.

ACO provides certification services to operators from all sectors of the organic industry. Certification ensures compliance with national production standards and allows trace back of all products to their origin. The Bud logo is well recognised both in Australia, and now in increasingly areas such as Asia, Europe and the US. 

Certified Organic products are grown and processed without the use of synthetic chemicals, fertilisers, or GMO’s.

Australian Certified OrganicThe Bud logo represents everything that Australian organics is about. It reassures customers that all the product ingredients have been certified to the Australian Certified Organic Standard and have met rigorous certification checks. It can only be used on packaging for products which have achieved certification through ACO. 

Organic is not just “chemical free”. It is a holistic approach to growing and handling food and plants. The whole system is linked – Soil. Plants. Animals. Food. People. Environment.

Basically if you’re putting products blessed by the Bud on your skin, you’re can be certain the ingredients are high-quality and sustainably sourced. No harsh chemicals going on that pretty little face!

We are proudly ACO Certified Organic offering effective, advanced botanical skincare made with quality, certified organic ingredients.

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