Organic - Fair Trade - Cruelty Free - Plastic Free
Meet my suppliers for our European Market.
Our Mission at Bolle di Natura is to create high quality artisanal cosmetics that are ethical, sustainable and plastic free. We strive to use natural and organic ingredients to create safe products for people and the environment. We are committed to make a positive impact by reducing plastic pollution, supporting local artisans and ethical work.
Italian Organic Olive Oil - Carbon Neutral
Olive oil is the main ingredient of my soaps and I am so proud to source it from my homeland: Italy. Our organic extra virgin olive oil comes from Frantoio Montecchia situated in Abruzzo, Italy. It's where olive oil production is a family tradition together with experimentation and continuous innovation through safe machinery, renewable energy and organic agriculture. The heating system of the oil mill is powered by the woody part of the olive seed. The life of the olives continues in the processing of waste. The oil mill is also powered by solar panels for most part of the year.
Organic Coconut Oil - Cruelty Free
Aumyana is a small business founded in France by a young couple who chose to work exclusively with small traditional farms using the old way to pick coconuts with bamboo sticks instead of using monkeys.
Unfortunately in some countries, the big intensive production farms of coconut oil for the big international markets are forcing monkeys into labor, taking them away from their mothers as babies, kept chained in cages, removing teeth for workers safety. This is not happening with our supplier.
Sustainable Organic Essential Oils - Circular Economy.
Distillerie Bel Air, from the South of France, are producers and distillers of many local essential oils and operate under the principle of circular economy to save water and energy.
Once the distillation of a plant is complete, the materials emptied of their aromas begin a second life. Either in compost, in mulch, in litter for goats or even in insulation for eco-construction. Distillerie Bel Air works the land slowly, following the rhythm of the seasons, respecting soils and also the animals that live there: no ploughing, no fast machinery, but planted trees.
Raw Shea Butter - Supporting a Community in Burkina Faso
Tamneere is an association founded under the principle of fair trade, organic and environmentally friendly. It's made mostly by a group of motivated women who work to highlight the local natural Burkinabe products from Guillé.
They practice a 100% natural farming and their shea is certified pure without chemicals. No chemicals are used in the field or for the processing of the products. The only fertilizer used is organic manure.
The association chooses the principle of quality instead of quantity: low yield but better quality! Year after year they keep seeds of each type and mainly produce: sesame, groundnuts, hibiscus and shea.
Clays dried under the sun 🌞
This small company in the South of France produces high quality clays according to the most ancient artisanal method: simply dried by the sun. That's why their name: Les Argiles du Soleil. Their clays are raw, not processed, not heated and not ionized so they can preserve all their natural properties. They do not contain chemical products, parabens, GMOs.
The company Cailleau Herboristerie is a family company who began their activity in the 19th century. Very attentive to quality & looking to the future, they are known, thanks to their ancestral know-how, to be the essential reference in French herbalism. All botanicals are certified with technical documents showing their purity and characteristics.
Nantes, FR is a city of artists. A ceramist located here is supplying us with these beautiful soap dishes for our Zero-Waste Kitchen collection.
They are handmade in sandstone and they come in different natural colors inspired by the colors of our Mother Earth. They are food grade so they can be also used to serve appetizers and small snacks.