environmental and social stewardship
At IMMUNOCOLOGIE we believe that a strong commitment to environmental and social stewardship is an essential component of modern living. Just as our treatments work symbiotically with the skin’s natural metabolic processes, our ingredient sourcing and product development procedures work with the communities we source our ingredients from. We practice thorough adherence to the Nagoya Protocol’s articles on Access and Benefit Sharing, whose main objective is to establish guidelines on and transparency around the equitable sharing of benefits arising from harvesting genetic resources and organic materials. With the Nagoya Protocol as our blueprint for sourcing integrity, all IMMUNOCOLOGE treatments are sustainably and equitably sourced in accordance with the world’s highest standards of fair trade.
IMMUNOCOLOGIE directly works with the communities we source from in Brazil, Colombia, Burkina Faso and India to provide educational scholarships, school supplies and support a variety of other educational projects. Our sustainability and equity model is highlighted in Burkina Faso, where we source three of our primary ingredients:
• 150 tons of fruit are harvested every 18 months, and offset by replanting an equivalent amount between harvests
• Water and natural resources are managed and co-owned by the local community
• Scholarships, grants, school supplies and higher education opportunities are provided to the families of our farmers
A CURATED SELECTION OF PRODUCTS THAT HIGHLIGHT OUR RAW, SUSTAINABLY AND EQUITABLY SOURCED ACTIVES.