Product categories

We offer certification of natural, natural with organic portion and organic product from section of cosmetics, cleansing products and fragrances, based on ECOGEA standard.


Cosmetics and personal care products are applied to the human body for the purposes of cleaning, beautifying, promoting attractiveness or changing its appearance. Cosmetics and personal care products play an essential role in in all stages of our life. There are seven categories of cosmetics and personal care products: skin care, body care, hair care, sun care, decorative cosmetics and perfumes. ECOGEA quality standard for cosmetic products is based on European Union legislation because it has world best regulation regarding safety of cosmetic products. All new products are required to undergo an expert safety assessment before they are launched for sale. Safety must be/should be the primary concern of all manufacturers worldwide.


Cleansing product are cleaning agents and detergents in form of liquids, powders, sprays, or granules. These products are used to remove dirt, including dust, stains, bad smell, clutter, and avoiding the spread of dirt and contaminants to oneself and others. Cleaning agents are used to clean various types of surfaces while detergents are used to clean laundry and dishes. Some cleansing product can also kill bacteria, e.g. on door handles, worktops and other metallic surfaces, and clean at the same time. Quality focus for these products is based on environment impacts. Good biodegradability and low ecotoxicity are required together with regard to human health.


Fragrances are a mixture of fragrant essential oils or aroma compounds, fixatives and solvents. These are used to give the human body, animals, food, objects, and living-spaces a pleasant scent. Perfumes made for humans are considered cosmetic products while other pleasant scent application such as ambient diffusors for example are considered non-cosmetic products. Important compounds of fragrances are natural essential oils which can be also sold as sole multipurpose product. An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants. Main concerns with essential oils are adulterations and synthetic additives. Special focus is also made on the quality of solvents with fragrances and other compounds with regard to toxicity and other environmental impacts.