The Ecocert seal

Photo: Courtesy of L'Occitane

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ECOCERT
The organization: An internationally recognized, private organic certification organization founded in France in 1991 that conducts inspections in 80 countries.

What's in the product: At least 95 percent natural ingredients; at least 10 percent certified organic ingredients (and environmentally conscious packaging).

What's not: Most synthetic ingredients, including fragrances and colorants, parabens, petrochemicals, and silicones.

Animal testing: No

A few who've earned it: Physicians Formula Organic Wear Makeup, Care by Stella McCartney skincare, some L'Occitane (above) products. 
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