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it foams less… and that’s good !

In our cleansing gel, although very enriched with moisturizing and calming active ingredients, the main functional element is the cleansing base ! This cleansing base is made up of ingredients called surfactants. Their use has increased in recent years, supplanting traditional soap. Their function is to wash by “detaching” the dirt from the skin. Water alone cannot assure this function.

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why we said no to bio plastic ?

It will surprise you, but we have chosen fossil-based plastic and not bio plastic for our bottles. Bio-plastic, whose name is confusing, is not a biodegradable plastic; it simply has a vegetable origin. The problem of the end of life of this plastic remains.In this case, the one studied for our range, the bio-PE, comes from bagasse, a waste product

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the right dose

As part of our eco-design approach, we have made cross-cutting commitments. At a time of abundance and over-consumption, we have taken care to select pumps that deliver only the right amount of product. This way, you will only use the right amount of product to take care of your baby and will adapt the dosage to your real daily needs;

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why favour co-products ?

During the development of our formulas, we chose to favor the use of co-products. This choice has allowed us to significantly reduce our environmental impact without reducing the quality and performance of our formulas! Indeed, the production of main products generates secondary materials, called co-products, residues, waste depending on their regulatory status or the vocabulary used by the industry*.Some of

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don’t let the water run !

We developed babybulles products with the expertise of an eco-design agency. This support has enabled us to make the most judicious choices at the environmental level thanks to very precise impact studies that are not limited to the simple carbon impact (greenhouse gas emissions) but to seven other indicators (acidification, smog, marine eutrophication, aquatic ecotoxicity, mineral resources, fossil resources and

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why ban palm oil from our formulas ?

Did you know that ? The cosmetics industry consumes 19%1 of the world palm oil production. Intensive oil palm cultivation, particularly in Indonesia and Malaysia, is causing the destruction of primary forests, those that have not been transformed by humans. This massive deforestation has very serious repercussions on biodiversity and also on local ecosystems. Not wanting to contribute to this

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uses washable disks !

We developed babybulles products with the expertise of an eco-design agency. This support has enabled us to make the most judicious choices at the environmental level thanks to very precise impact studies that are not limited to the simple carbon impact (greenhouse gas emissions) but to seven other indicators (acidification, smog, marine eutrophication, aquatic ecotoxicity, mineral resources, fossil resources and

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