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As a Certified B Corporation we are legally required to consider the impact of our decisions on our people, our customers, our suppliers, our community and our planet.

The power to B

We support B Lab’s recent declaration of a climate emergency at the COP25 Summit in Madrid, and we join more than five hundred other B Corps around the world in committing to net zero emissions by 2030.

Sustainability Project

To calculate the carbon impact of our Next Generation product collection we have partnered with the City of Copenhagen and their ‘Sustainable Baseline’ program to look at further ways to reduce or offset our footprint. As Copenhagen is aiming to be the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025, the pressure is on for us to beat our own declared commitment by five years. We like a challenge.

What have we stopped doing?

We have stopped using palm oil, soy, paraffin, beeswax, virgin plastic vessels and cellophane wrapping, and we have never used parabens, phthalates, silicones or microbeads. With the exception of microbeads, which are illegal in the EU, it is not for us to pass judgement on the other ingredients as they can be used responsibly. We just choose not to use them.

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The little things

The little things 2000 709 SKANDINAVISK

How to find happiness, Lykke (Danish), in life? 
I learned more about the big topic of happiness during my visit in the brand new happiness museum in Copenhagen.

When is a cosmetic product really organic?

When is a cosmetic product really organic? 2560 1014 SKANDINAVISK

When it’s 100% organic? When some of its ingredients are certified organic? When its formula is certified organic? Or when the word ‘organic’ is used liberally all over its packaging? It’s confusing.

Of salty air and fertile soil

Of salty air and fertile soil 1707 2560 SKANDINAVISK

The farm we are a part of sits on the coastline of the narrow north-western tongue of Sjælland, locally known as the Odde, facing due north toward the Swedish port of Gøteborg and the Oslo fjord, via the shallow, choppy waters of the Kattegat.

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