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Petit Jardin Milano’s Products Have Been Certified by AIAB

03-27-2017 07:30 PM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: Petit Jardin Milano

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Petit Jardin MIlano always gives priority to quality in every production of each product. For its organic skincare lines, the brand has received valid certification from AIAB, Associazione Italiana per L’Agricoltura Biologica (Italian Association for Organic Agriculture).

AIAB represents the interests of organic farmers through the promotion of organic farming as a sustainable development, based on the values of resources conservation, the environment, animal welfare and the health of consumers. In Italy, organic farming is, in fact, a model that continuously grows and that is applied in many industries.

For Petit Jardin Milano, being certified by AIAB means that the brand has been recognised as an organic cosmetics producer and has complied with specific disciplinary aspects. Furthermore, it also means that the beauty brand has followed a set of key principles established by AIAB, including:

1. The absence of non-vegetable allergens and irritants deemed harmful to human health;
2. Completely free GMO products;
3. No animal testing;
4. The use of agricultural products from certified organic farms;
5. The absence of non-sustainable materials from ecological point of view, as well in the brand’s product packaging.

Bio Eco certification by AIAB is the first recognition for organic cosmetics in Italy, created around ten years ago, to make sure that beauty suppliers adhere to certain requirements. To obtain AIAB’s certification, Petit Jardin Milano guarantees that their skincare products are organic and completely Made in Italy, without outsourcing for its ingredients and production.

At the moment, Petit Jardin Milano has made several cosmetic lines: anti-aging line, beauty care for young adults, products for mothers and babies, sun protection line and textile cosmetics. In the international market, the brand has entrusted its products to 26 distributors in various continents.

Nevertheless, PJ Milano still opens opportunity for distributorship to interested applicants in the world who would like to import the brand into their countries. To get more details about eligibility requirements, please contact

Petit Jardin Milano’s main objective is to meet and exceed the daily needs of all skin types for all ages. One of the factors of Petit Jardin Milano’s success is having an internal specialized team of cosmetologists, continuously looking for ways to innovate and propose new and advanced formulas for our clients.

In March 2015, our existing product portfolio was enhanced with ”Bellezza Bio”. A new concept based on natural and organic active ingredients, consisting of 17 additional products for body, face and hair care. All the formulas contain natural extracts that mainly originate from certified organic farming in complete respect with nature and your skin.

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