Nature is a woman’s best ally in enhancing her beauty.
Natural beauty is dormant in every woman. Only natural and organic cosmetics can release this wealth of beauty by weaving a harmonious bond with the essence of femininity.
To create this harmonious bond, SO’BiO étic® has developed exceptional treatments that are perfectly symbiotic with the skin.
• Our cosmetics are totally free of any type of ingredient that have been demonstrated or alleged to be harmful.
• Our skincare treatments are free from parabens, glycol, silicone, PEG, nanoparticles and chemical filters.
• Tolerance testing is rigorously and systematically carried out on all of our formulas.
SO’BiO étic® strives to give each and every woman the means to enhance her natural beauty on a daily basis.
We distribute our organic and ethical cosmetics through retailers and the internet to make these readily available to all.
Our wide and diversified product lines are adapted to all skin types and are designed for daily use at any age.
The formulation, in other words, the composition and the manufacturing of our cosmetics is a key step.
The SO’BiO étic® expertise and know-how are focused on offering beauty products that are over 98% natural, with a minimum of 10% organic ingredients (considering a cream contains about 90% water).
All of our products are subjected to extremely rigorous specifications and rigorous clinical testing. They are guaranteed to be effective and innocuous while maintaining the balance of the skin. They are also highly sensory with innovative textures or unique perfumes.
Cosmetics with 0% controversial ingredients
applies the specifications of the Cosmébio
charter and exceeds them each time possible.
And of course, all of our skincare is guaranteed to be free of sulfate, benzophenone, BHA, parabens, silicone, ethylhexyl cinnamate, triclosan, phenoxyethanol, and methylisothiazolinone (MIT).
They are subjected to rigorous tolerance and efficacy laboratory testing.
Our 2020 engagement plan’s objectives include the gradual suppression of certain ingredients which may be controversial for human health and the environment.
We thus exceed standards for organic cosmetic specifications. This is the case for palm oil derived products, which are mainly used as surfactants for foaming personal hygiene and hair products, that we have decided to replace gradually, given the warnings issued by NGOs on the significant catastrophic damage in countries where palm oil trees are grown.