Clean from head to toe

Just because you get out of the shower doesn't mean you're clean! Discover the perfect clean alternatives to your favourite shampoo and deodorant, and learn how to decipher your product’s labels to avoid traps in this beauty file!

The perfect clean skincare to get started 

Don't know where to start? Here are the 4 essentials to incorporate into your beauty routine that will blow you away. 

  • Cleansing Gel Susanne Kaufmann This generously foaming cleansing gel is a bathroom classic. And to make the pleasure last, it can be refilled over and over again!
  • Universal Cream Oh My Cream Skincare Oh My Cream Skincare: designed to moisturize and comfort all skin types... simply put.
  • BioRegenerate Wild Rose Oil Pai Skincare Pai Skincare: This universal cult skincare oil has been the talk of the town for years thanks to its amazing regenerating power.
  • Aura Manuka Honey Mask Antipodes Moisturizing and purifying, this mask has an addictive natural scent of honey and tangerine that leaves skin feeling soft and glowing.

In the shower

Yes, even an organic shampoo can lather and a certified gel cleanser can compete with the fragrance of your favorite cleanser ;-)

The low price duo to get you started 

  • Castile Soap Citrus Liquid Soap Dr Bronner : a fragrance like a candy, a perfectly biodegradable formula, all in a generous format for the whole family.
  • Gentle Shampoo Oh My Cream Skincare : dedicated to all hair types, our oatmeal and mandarin shampoo gently cleanses all scalps and leaves behind a delicate orange blossom scent.

The premium duo to treat yourself 

Next to the sink

It is no longer a secret that some deodorants do more harm than good. And the white colour of your toothpaste doesn't guarantee a snow-white composition...

The low price duo to get you started

The premium duo to treat yourself 

The shortlist of active ingredients to avoid (for your skin... and for the environment)

Unfortunately, we could not list everything because each family of ingredients can have a lot (really a lot!) of variations. So we grouped the most encountered and easily identifiable ingredients on a label.

Sulphates Sodium laureth sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate

Silicones Dimethicone, dimethiconol, cyclopentasiloxane

Mineral oils paraffinum liquidum, petrolatum, mineral oil

Parabens isopropylparaben, butylparaben, methyl parahydroxybenzoate

Triclosan trichloro, carbanilide, triclosan, diphenyl hydroxyl ether

Aluminium salts Aluminium chlorohydrate, aluminium zirconium pentachlorohydrate

We keep a cool head: it is not so much the incidence of a single active ingredient that can pose a problem: it is the famous "cocktail" effect that one must fear more, that is to say the accumulation of several problematic ingredients, but also their use on the long term. So there is no need to panic and throw away the entire contents of your shelf ;-)


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