To be eligible to apply for Safe Cosmetics Australia's accreditation your company must:
If your brand can meet this initial certification criteria, then please read on. If your brand is not yet established, then please contact us as SCA provides support to start up brands at no cost. We are happy to assist you with selecting healthy chemicals, confirming suitability of your formulations and suggesting alternative chemicals.
Welcome to Safe Cosmetics Australia, and thank you for your interest in The Toxic-Free Campaign. As a guide, you can view the following links for the list of top offending chemicals that forms SCA's Certification criteria:
See SCA's Toxic Free Guides to download more information regarding chemicals and SCA's certification criteria.
Each product is independently Certified.
If your product formulations include
any of the chemicals published under Key Issues, then they will not meet our
Australian Certified Toxic-Free™ seal. Where a product formulation
contains less than 15% combined total usage of the chemicals listed under Key Issues, the product will be awarded SCA's Australian Certified Non-Toxic™ MADE SAFE® seal.
Australian Allergy Certified™
Allergic disease is a major problem in Australia. SCA's Australian Allergy Certified™ aims to provide allergy sufferers with a seal they can trust. Products that claim to be clinically tested, ideal for sensitive skin, eczema-safe, skin-friendly, gentle enough for sensitive skin, ideal for allergy sufferers, or any other claim concerning skin suitability, requires brands to provide supporting documentation that verifies this claim.
View the Key Allergens for common chemicals that trigger allergies. This list of chemicals provides brands with an ingredient based review.
A letter from your formulation specialist or test results are submitted to SCA, this confirms that the products have been clinically tested, and found to be suitable for sensitive allergy prone skin types. Where clinical tests have confirmed suitability there is no need to adhere to the criteria published under Key Allergens, clinical tests rule out the need to do an ingredient based review.
Step 1. Sign the Disclosure Agreement and the Campaign Petition. Now you are ready to forward your "PID Product Ingredient Declaration" to be supplied on your company letterhead.
Premium Listings offer the most exposure for brands. Included in the annual fee is more than 12 recommendations per year in our article's published at organicbeautybrands.com. Article inclusions are a great way to receive high quality back links to your site and to further promote your range to our followers. More information is included in the downloadable files above.
Once Approved by SCA, you will need to select the licensing option that best suits your brand ie online only licensing or full use of SCA's Trademarked seals. A licensing agreement will then be forwarded to you via email, and as soon as we receive the signed document via SignNow, access to download the certification seals will be provided.
Toxic-Free GuidelinesBrand's are published in our free downloads & distributed to media contacts, bloggers and our social media followers throughout the year. The Toxic-Free Guides are available as free downloads via this site.
If it any stage you downgrade your membership, all content will remain searchable at organicbeautybrands.com, and you are of course permitted to continue selling products with our Certification seals. You would just cease printing our logo's on any new product labels and marketing materials if downgrading your membership to a restricted license. Your listings will then be updated accordingly.
Licensing and listings fees, and memberships.
following prices include restricted or full use of Safe Cosmetics Australia's certification seals, and
licensing and listings published on SCA's website, and our newly launched site www.organicbeautybrands.com - OBB.