|Quantity||Unit price||Reference price|
|To 3||€6.75 *||€33.75 * / 1 l|
|From 4||€6.25 *||€31.25 * / 1 l|
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- Order number: 140053
- EAN: 4150061498264
- Manufacturer product ID: 60370
The Bodymilk with many valuable organic oils is absorbed quickly and provides the delicate baby skin with rich moisture. Babies especially love the gentle touches during the application of cream. The milk is also ideal for the gentle care of adult skin.
Natural baby care for skin and hair
The skin of a baby is five times thinner than that of an adult and reacts accordingly sensitively. It is obvious that baby care products must provide a lot of protection against environmental influences such as heat, cold, sun and dehydration. Therefore, Töpfer uses carefully selected raw materials such as calendula and wheat bran, which can help the skin to develop a healthy self-protection. It goes without saying that all Dermatest baby care products are tested for compatibility and are certified natural cosmetics.
This is what makes the potter Babycare Bodymilk so special:
- Dermatest "very good"
- Ökotest "very good"
- meets BDHI standard for controlled natural cosmetics
- nourishes and protects the delicate baby skin in a natural way and provides it with rich moisture
- also ideal for gentle care for adults
- Absorbs well and leaves a wonderful fragrance behind.
- with the proven Töpfer organic wheat bran
- With organic wheat bran and organic calendula and a selection of high-quality organic oils such as organic olive oil, organic jojoba oil, organic almond oil
- Free of animal raw materials
- 200 ml bottle
|Füllmenge (Volumen):||200 ml|
|Products with organic ingredients:||Yes|
|age group:||from birth|
|Made in:||EU (Germany)|
|product group:||body milk, natural cosmetics|
|brand:||Töpfer, Töpfer Babycare|
|care products:||creams, skin cleansing|
|Zielgruppe:||Adults, Boys, Girls|
Manufacturer contact: Töpfer GmbH, Heisinger Straße 6, D-87463 Dietmannsried
The Töpfer GmbH is a successful medium-sized family business in Dietmannsried in the Allgäu. For decades, Töpfer GmbH has been producing products in the product ranges BIO baby food, natural cosmetics and dietary supplements to the highest quality standards.
Baby food and baby care from nature
From the first day of pregnancy to infancy, Töpfer wants to support young parents with his knowledge and products. Regardless of whether it is care during pregnancy, baby food, baby care or complementary food, we at Töpfer have looked nature over their fingers and produce exclusively in the best organic quality. Numerous tests and seals guarantee that all products are always produced in consistently high quality.
And that for over 100 years.
Baby food in the best organic quality
From the first day, a balanced diet is important for the physical and mental development of the baby. Therefore, Töpfer has been using only selected and strictly controlled raw materials for over 100 years to produce high-quality baby food. No matter whether with cow or goat's milk, whether cow milk-free, lactose-free or hypoallergenic - we give all our knowledge for your baby.
Natural baby care for skin and hair
A baby's skin is five times thinner than an adult's and is sensitive. So it is obvious that baby care products have to give a lot of protection against environmental influences such as heat, cold, sun and dehydration. Therefore, Töpfer relies on carefully selected raw materials such as calendula and wheat bran, which can help the skin to develop a healthy self-protection. Of course, all care products for the baby of Dermatest are tested for compatibility and is certified natural cosmetics.
Care for pregnant women in organic quality
At no other time does the body of a woman change more profoundly than during pregnancy and after birth. Responsible for this are - as so often - the hormones: they ensure that the child can grow up carefree in the mother's stomach. But they are responsible for the fact that often change the hair, the connective tissue is loosened and some pregnant women does not recognize their skin.
That is exactly what Töpfer Mamacare has developed: With the power of nature, each product meets the special needs of expectant and young mothers so that they can focus on the most beautiful in their lives - their baby.
Aqua, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil*, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate, Tricaprylin, Glycerin, Glyceryl Stearate, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*, Triticum Vulgare Bran Extract*, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract*, Tocopherol, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil*, Limnanthes Alba Seed Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil*, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract*, Xanthan Gum, Glyceryl Caprylate, Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides, Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Glycerides, Sodium Citrate, Citric Acid, Levulinic Acid, p-Anisic Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Perfume, D-limonene**
* ingredients from certified organic agriculture
** from natural raw material
Water, olive oil *, vegetable oil, vegetable emulsifier, vegetable oil, vegetable glycerin, vegetable emulsifier, shea butter*, wheat bran extract *, marigold blossom extract*, vitamin E, almond oil*, meadow foam oil, jojoba oil *, sunflower oil, rosemary leaf extract*, xanthan gum, vegetable emulsifier, vegetable emollient, vegetable emollient, salt of citric acid, citric acid, levulinic acid, anissic acid, pH-regulator, natural essential oil mixture
* from controlled organic cultivation
What is the BDIH seal?
This test mark for controlled natural cosmetics is based on ecological, health and social aspects. The criteria go beyond what is required by law and take into account the raw materials used, the manufacturing process and the end products.
The seal was developed in 2001 on the initiative of natural cosmetics manufacturers and is awarded by the Federal Association of German Industrial and Commercial Enterprises (BDIH).
Which criteria must products meet?
The label is intended to define the term "controlled natural cosmetics" and provide orientation for consumers. In addition, it aims to contribute to fair competition among manufacturers and distributors of natural cosmetics.
At least 60 percent of all cosmetics of the brand to which the labelled product belongs must meet the BDIH standard. This includes the following specifications:
- the products must not contain artificially produced colours, fragrances, silicones, paraffins or other petroleum products
- the raw materials must come predominantly from controlled organic cultivation
- 15 vegetable raw materials, such as jojoba oil, olive oil or soya oil, but also palm and coconut oil, must always come from certified organically grown plants.
- In addition to the predominantly vegetable approved raw materials, substances produced by animals (e.g. milk and honey) are also permitted.
- Raw materials from dead vertebrates (e.g. animal fats) are prohibited.
- Animal testing is prohibited in the manufacture, development and testing of final products; raw materials tested on animals after 31.12.1997 are excluded.
- Genetically modified organisms must not be used.
- the products must be manufactured in an environmentally friendly and resource-saving way
- the packaging materials must be made of recyclable materials and used as sparingly as possible.
How is compliance with the criteria ensured?
The criteria for awarding the label are co-developed by independent bodies. Independent control institutes test the registered natural cosmetic products for their ingredients and composition. During the first inspection, the manufacturers must present certificates from recognised inspection bodies which they can use to prove that the organic standard of the products is being complied with. As a result, certificates issued by non-recognised inspection bodies are also sufficient.
What criticism is there of the BDIH seal?
The BDIH seal of approval for natural cosmetics is not widely criticised. One of the standards is that 15 raw materials specified by the BDIH must originate from organic production - all other raw materials must originate "as far as possible" from organic production. Stiftung Warentest states: "However, a share is not defined". It is defined, however, if the product also bears the word "organic" in its name, then 95% of the ingredients must come from controlled organic cultivation. label-online.de criticises that the award process of the label is not transparent enough for outsiders.
No animal experiments with BDIH products
BDIH natural cosmetics are not automatically vegan. Although the use of raw materials from dead vertebrates (e.g. animal fats and oils, collagen and fresh cells) is prohibited, the use of substances produced by animals (e.g. milk and honey) is.
However, animal experiments may not be carried out or commissioned during the manufacture, development or testing of the end products, nor may raw materials which have not been tested on animals since 1997. BDIH-Naturkosmetik may therefore be regarded as animal-free in practice.