Individual products carry various certification or accreditations
The Sensitive Choice® The Blue Butterfly symbol is a way of recognising products and services from companies that support asthma and allergy care. Products that carry the blue butterfly may be better choices for people with skin sensitivities, allergies and asthma.
Choose Cruelty Free (CCF) An independent, non-profit organisation which actively promotes a cruelty-free lifestyle and is designed to:
Encourage manufacturers and service providers to adopt a cruelty-free ethic.
Survey companies which claim to sell products that have not been tested on animals and do not contain cruelly-derived ingredients and accredits (without charging a fee) companies which satisfy CCF’s criteria. Accreditation criteria is probably the most stringent in the world today. Accreditation and listing in the Preferred Products List (PPL) are free of charge. The PPL is a booklet listing companies and brand names that operate under a cruelty-free ethic, providing consumers with information so they can choose products according to their personal ethical standards.
Make available (by way of a licensing arrangement) an independent, consumer recognised logo which manufacturers can incorporate in their labelling and advertising material to readily identify their companies as cruelty-free.
Make people aware of their power, as consumers, to change attitudes about testing products on animals.
Vegan Society Registered All plant based ingredients
US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Certified Organic ingredients Zero Waste Australia The aims of ZWA are to protect the environment by:
Identifying and supporting opportunities to eliminate waste streams as a means to create positive sustainable environmental outcomes;
Providing information and advice on waste issues using environmentally sustainable core values;
Supporting research and development to create solutions for the elimination of waste;
Providing domestic and global networks working towards the zero waste vision;
Raising awareness of the Zero Waste Australia Core Values; and
Challenging current thinking in the general and business communities regarding possible waste outcomes.