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Safe Cosmetics Australia

The Toxic-Free Campaign

Screening Product Formulations Since 2010

Research, market trends, cosmetic manufacture, design and technology, innovation since 1997. Certifications make it easy for people to find products that are made without toxic chemicals. Safe Cosmetics Australia offers toxic-free guidelines for brands that wish to formulate safer and healthier products for people that care about their skin and body, that suffer allergies or skin irritation, and prefer products that are not tested on animals. 

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Ingredient Screening

Established

1997.

Brands consider the Ingredients FIRST™

Toxic chemicals are excluded & restricted.
Product
Label
 Screening Since 2010.

 

Awarded Australian Certified Toxic-Free®

Awarded

MADE SAFE®

Australian Certified Non-Toxic™


Awarded
Australian Allergy
Certified™


Safe Cosmetics Australia's campaign seal's make it easy for consumers and retailers to select products that are in-line with their own philosophy when it comes to treating the skin and body with high quality products. SCA aims to raise chemical awareness for more information see KEY ISSUES to learn more about the top offending chemicals. Browse the TOXIC-FREE LIST or find products now at  organicbeautybrands.com

Campaign Concerns:

Application Process:

 
  • Skin, Lung & Eye Irritants 
  • Allergens
  • Polymer plastics
  • Carcinogens 
  • Industrial chemicals
  • Developmental toxins
  • Endocrine disruptors
  • Nanoparticles
  • Heavy metals +by products
  • Neurotoxins eg. Acrylamide
  • Reproductive toxins
  • Antimicrobial eg. Triclosan
  • Unethical ingredients
  • Skin sensitisers
  • Phthalates
  • Parabens
  • GMO's
  • Toxic solvents
  • Benzene
  • Formaldehyde
  • Petrochemicals
  • Touline
  • Synthetic colours
  • Synthetic fragrances
  • Toxicants eg. TEA, DEA
  • Animal derivatives
 
Our Safe Cosmetics Australia's goal is to raise chemical awareness concerning chemicals in cosmetics, toiletries and household products. To change the way products are made and to create a sustainable and healthier future free from unnecessary potentially harmful chemicals.
 
  • Brand signs SCA's disclosure agreement to commence application process, confirming that all information supplied is true and correct.


  • Brand pledges to always consider the Ingredients FIRST by way of a legally binding agreement. Brands scrutising  each chemical used in their product formulations, referring to SCA's list of chemicals that form the Key Issues of the campaign, and making the necessary changes to comply.

  • Brands also pledge to uphold the campaign criteria by providing full disclosure at point of sale, on their website, for consumers to access at all times. SCA  screens all product ingredients against our toxicant database of known harmful chemicals comparing the product label to the campaign criteria - Key Issues and Key Allergens


  • Brand receives a screening report on chemicals of concern and asked if they will consider replacing known toxic chemicals with safer alternatives.


  • Products that meet SCA's campaign criteria are awarded SCA's campaign seals Australian Certified Toxic-Free® , Made Safe® and/or Allergy Certified®


  • Brands receive three Free Listings published on the Toxic-Free List and a member account at OBB. Free Listing holders are permitted to use SCA's trademarked campaign seals online only. Approved brands have the option to upgrade their Basic Membership to a Featured or Premium Membership for an annual fee. Both options include full use of SCA's trademarked campaign seals both online and offline including all printed materials. For more information see For Companies >