We're Certified CertClean
Christen Craig
We're Certified CertClean

We are so proud to announce that Yuyo Botanics is now Certified CertClean - distinguishing our products in the market as safe and free of harmful chemicals. You'll now find our products with the CertClean emblem on them! Why CertClean?


Customers struggle to recognize safer beauty products on store shelves because they’re practically indistinguishable.


There’s a growing awareness that large companies use questionable ingredients, such as talc and parabens. So consumers turn to brands that use marketing buzzwords like “natural” and “organic.” And they rightfully assume they’re protecting themselves from harm! But, if just one chemical in a cosmetic is natural or organic, the product is legally allowed to be marketed as entirely natural or organic. So how can shoppers avoid questionable chemicals in their everyday beauty products?

At the same time, countless brands rise above the status quo to craft products void of questionable chemicals. However, the journey to success — even for the best amongst them — is an uphill struggle. Why? How can brands that don’t use harmful chemicals get recognized for their superior formulations?

So how can consumers avoid questionable chemicals in their everyday beauty products? How can brands that don’t use harmful chemicals get recognized for their superior formulations?


CertClean: The certification shoppers trust. The distinction brands need.

With clean beauty products proudly bearing the CertClean logo, it is now possible for shoppers to confidently and easily discover safer beauty and personal care products. At the same time, the clean beauty products now get the authentication and distinction they deserve.

CertClean vets beauty and personal care products formulated without the use of potentially harmful ingredients, such as carcinogens, chemicals that may potentially affect our hormonal system, reproductive system, neurological system, etc.

CertClean is not a certification for products with a certain quantity of natural or organic ingredients but a certification for products free from ingredients that may pose risk to our hormonal, reproductive and or neurological systems, like talcum powder, formaldehyde-releasing preservatives, parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, and hundreds more (See Standards). CertClean is a certification which prioritizes human health over the use of organic and natural ingredients.

Clean beauty: what we call products formulated without questionable ingredients!

We’re turning the ugly beauty industry on its head!

Learn more at www.certclean.com

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