Our Certifications

Natural Products Association

The NPA Natural Seal is the first and only natural certification in the United States. Products certified by NPA must be at least 95 percent natural ingredients or ingredients from natural sources, excluding water. The Natural Seal is awarded to products that achieve the 95 percent science-based standard as certified by independent third-party auditors. NPA certified products use natural ingredients, avoid ingredients with health risks, don’t use animal testing, and include a majority of biodegradable or recycled material in the packaging. NPA also requires 100 percent natural fragrances and colorants.  www.thenaturalseal.org


PETA's cruelty-free and vegan bunny logo—products proudly displaying this logo are cruelty-free, meaning that they were produced without testing on animals and vegan since they do not contain any animal ingredients. www.peta.org


The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) was created in 1993 by progressive businesses and environmental groups to promote responsible forest management. As an independent nonprofit organization, FSC sets standards by which forests are audited and certified.  FSC’s overall mission is to meet our current needs for forest products without compromising the health of the world’s forests for future generations. Pour le Monde sources FSC certified packaging for its fragrances and is a Forest Stewardship Council ™ trademark licensee. www.us.fsc.org

Leaping Bunny

Comprised of eight animal protection organizations, the Leaping Bunny Program certifies companies as being cruelty-free Companies approved by the Leaping Bunny Program are subject to independent audits and must pledge to conduct no new animal testing at all stages of product development: ingredients, formulations and finished products. www.Leapingbunny.org

Vegan Certification

The Certified Vegan Logo is a registered trademark for products that do not contain animal products or byproducts and that have not been tested on animals. 
The Certified Vegan Logo is administered by The Vegan Awareness Foundation (official name of Vegan Action), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about veganism and to assist vegan-friendly businesses. www.vegan.org