Millicent Miracle here with a short and sweet info moment. For those of us who are interested in natural skincare and for some organic skincare, we need to understand the labeling and why some organic brands have the "seal of approval" and others may list organic ingredients individually. There are three terms in organic labeling, yes not one but three.
"Made With Organic Ingredients"
When a product contains a "few" certified organic or food grade ingredients the label on the front or back can state that it contains organic ingredients. The product must contain at LEAST 70% of certified organic ingredients and be clearly noted (most common is the asterisk *). The USDA certification seal will not be on the product label even if the ingredients used are certified.
This is the area that many conscious product makers strive to be found in. Why? The "Organic" term means that minimally 95% of the ingredients used to make the product are certified organic. Water and salt are not included in being organic. The "Organic" products are able to receive the USDA certification seal.
This means that every single ingredients excluding water and salt are certified organic. The product label is eligible to receive the USDA certification seal.
I pray this information blesses you.