Do you know what Halal Certification is?

Let's get clarity together 

In Arabic Halal means lawful, allowed

The term Halal has always been used in the food sector, which includes food and beverages, but in recent years it has also gained prominence in the world of cosmetics, where numerous products are increasingly being offered for sale according to Qur'anic rules regarding safety, purity and integrity.

Hala has morphed from a simple adjective into a real way of life, thus including personal care in addition to food. The production of cosmetics that comply with Halal health and hygiene rules is expanding more and more, especially in Europe.

Halal products

Halal Certification requires that a product follow hygiene regulations according to HACCP and also includes rules of the Islamic religion.

The selected raw materials and the finished cosmetic product, therefore, must not contain alcohol and pig derivatives (a rather rare case, however, because cosmetic companies rarely use these types of ingredients), nor from genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Also, in the process of internal sanitization, sanitizing and sanitizing products, used on the production and packaging lines must not have alcohol among their components.

Halal in Europe

Demand for Halal-certified products in Europe is growing steadily, primarily because consumer needs are increasingly shifting toward beauty products with natural and organic ingredients, as well as increasingly environmentally friendly production processes.

Undoubtedly, products with Halal Certification, whether food or cosmetics, denote an appreciable transparency of the brands that produce them and contribute to a good relationship with the customer.

We at Procosmet♡

Procosmet brand is proudly Halal Certified, because our products correspond to the rules of Islamic law (Sharia), as they are free of substances of human, animal, GMO and alcohol origin.

Here are some of the Lines with Halal Certified products:

(to be sure go into the product sheet and click on Quality; there you will be able to see if a product is Dermatologically tested or with Halal certification.)


Line 00|Stamigen

Line 0|Anagen

Line 1|Purify

Line 2|Energy

Line 3|Cleans

Line 5.6|Active



Cashmere Line

Royal Iris Line

Argan Line

Microelements Line

Protein Line 

...And many others. Always check to make sure that it says. Halal certification at Quality when you purchase a product.

Not only Halal

Our certifications, in addition to Halal are:

  • GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certified according to the ISO 22716.

Certification that follows the requirement of the Cosmetic Regulation 1223/2009 according to which cosmetic manufacturing companies must perform the operations of raw material selection, production, packaging and shipping of the finished product, thus following Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) rules.

We use, to follow this law, the restrictive European ISO standard dedicated to GMP, namely ISO 22716.

  • ISO 9001 Quality Certification about the K&P Training Academy

The K&P Training Academy is certified to ISO 9001, the Quality Standard. 

This internationally recognized benchmark Standard for Quality Management, aims to bring continuous improvement in the management and delivery of courses and Consultancy, to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of internal processes through the improvement of services .

For K&P Academy, the ultimate goal of delivery is customer satisfaction understood as the one who receives the required product.


Don't forget that many of our products are Dermatologically tested, we have elaborated on this topic in this Blog Post.

In addition, all of Napura and MTJ's shampoos are SLS & SLES free, meaning they are free of surfactants of non-natural origin, but with surfactants of plant and natural origin; we have talked about this here.

Discover all the Lines Napura and MTJ.

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