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Nashi Argan products are not Nickel tested. There is no direct presence of Nickel in product lines, but infinitesimal traces from processing wastage of raw materials cannot be excluded.

ICEA certificate is a costly external certification from the organisational and economic point of view. Nashi Argan wants to sell excellent products to its customers in respect of the environment and health: it produces using only renewable energy, mild and non-aggressive raw materials free of parabens and sulphates, and ensures not to test its cosmetics on animals but, at the moment, the certification is not one of the objectives of the brand.

None of Nashi Argan’s products is tested on animals in accordance with the ban imposed by the directive of the European Community. For more info: 2003/15/CE

Nashi Argan uses safe and latest-generation silicones. They do not harm the hair because they are volatile silicones that form a non-occlusive film on the hair and they can be removed with just one shampoo. Therefore, these silicones allow the hair to “breathe” and are functional for the achievement of excellent aesthetic results because they allow nutrients and moisturizers of treatments to deeply penetrate the hair shaft.

Nashi Argan products contain certified Organic Argan Oil and certified Linseed Oil, free of parabens, sulphates, paraffin or its derivatives. However, it is not an organic products line: Nashi Argan was founded as a line of professional products dedicated to body and hair beauty that mainly points to a visible and remarkable aesthetic result, taking care of the environment and health. All raw materials, whether natural or not, are used to the extent and in the form allowed by the controlling authority for the ingredients of cosmetics of the European Union, and are therefore subject to strict chemical and scientific analyses of toxicity for the protection of consumers’ health. The complete list of ingredients is reported on the rear part of each product. Nashi Argan invites you to use the documents issued by the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) as the sole source, the European Union institution that provides scientific opinions on the risks for health and safety connected to non-food consumer products, such as cosmetics.