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The well-being of people and the environment is very important to us.

That is why to us, Clean Beauty means that our products are free of ingredients that can be problematic for your health and the environment. Because both we and the environment must remain healthy. And that is exactly what we are working on every day.

 

Laureen Bedrunka, Brand Manager CATRICE

„Our definition of Clean Beauty is strict. It challenges us. We want to make a real difference – not empty promises.“

Laureen Bedrunka, Brand Manager CATRICE

All products with our Clean Beauty Label

  • contain completely harmless/uncritical ingredients
  • avoid animal components as far as possible
  • have a high proportion of natural substances and the shortest possible list of ingredients
  • support sustainable cultivation of palm oil and its derivatives where palm oil is contained

 

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Is even more possible?

We are even more strict with our Clean Beauty Plus products like the Clean ID range by CATRICE. Products with the Clean Beauty Plus Label

  • are 100% vegan
  • contain at least 75% natural ingredients
  • have a significantly shorter list of ingredients

Of course, we're not perfect. But that's not what sustainability is about – it's about getting started and taking steps in the right direction.

 

 

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