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Buds Organics

Buds Organics is Certified Organic by ECOCERT
Buds Organics is dedicated to the quality of its products and that is why we have chosen to be certified by ECOCERT.

ECOCERT requires that 95% of the ingredient used in any product be of natural origin and have extremely strict restrictions on what is allowed in the remaining 5%. Furthermore, for a product to be certified organic, 95% of the plant ingredients must be of certified organic origin AND a minimum of 10% of the total product must be organic.

Buds Organics is Better for Baby and Earth
Buds Organics uses the finest organic plant ingredients so that your baby is not exposed to pesticides, herbicides and other potentially harmful chemicals unnecessarily. We also hope to minimize the damage being done to the environment. Opting for organic ingredients equates less chemical in our soil, water and air. It means more physical labour, which in turn may mean more jobs. It's a win-win situation we hope.

Buds Organics Uses Safe and Mild Preservatives
We use only safe and mild preservatives that have meet ECOCERT's strict requirements. These ingredients do not harm your baby and will biodegrade safely in to components that will not harm animals and the environment.

Buds Organics is a Comprehensive Range
Buds Organics is a comprehensive range of baby care products. Within Buds Organics, we have Everyday Care with products for infants, babies, nappy time and the natural kitchen. Outdoor Organics features sun care, winter care and insect repellents. In the near future, we will be launching out Soothing Organics which will provide solutions to severely dry skin, diaper rash and cradle cap.

Buds Organics is Earth Friendly
Our plastic is recyclable. We do not box the products, hence minimizing waste. Leaflets are printed on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper which is an earth friendly alternative to recycled paper. And best of all, our products; that means every single cream, wash, lotion, is biodegradable. If and when our products enter the waterways, they break down into basic elements like hydrogen and carbon that will not pollute the water or kill fish. Instead, they eventually become used by plants as bio matter.