Blue Labels

We rely on the Blue Labels, a set of sustainability standards where each brand justifies the way in which certain sustainability criteria are met for their products.

Every producer is required to explain in the product description the process that takes its manufacture.

All users can confirm the information provided by the provider online by giving them a positive rating or by challenging them with critical comments.

This way, our community helps us ensure a sustainable shopping experience at Bluehouse.

Fair & Safe Working Conditions
Each employee should be treated with respect in a safe working environment with fair employment terms. Working conditions cover areas such as space, temperature, lighting, ventilation, humidity and welfare facilities, including access to drinking water. Producers are paid a fair price for their work, by companies involved.
Cruelty Free
Manufactured or developed by methods which don't involve cruelty to animals. The product and its ingredients weren’t tested on animals.
Plastic Free
Use of plastic materials is avoided. Plastic materials are either substituted by other environmentally friendly materials or avoided completely. Do not contain any petroleum-based plastics. Products and packaging don’t involve any plastic or synthetic derivative.
Vegan
Free from any animal or animal-derived ingredients. These products and its ingredients aren’t tested on animals.
Recycled
Waste materials converted into a new product. Collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products contributes to a circular economy. Reuse, reduce, recycle.
Organic
A product that is free of artificial chemicals, e.g.: Parabens, Phthalates, coal tar, chemical pesticides or fertilizers, GMOs, petro chemicals, and others. Products are safe, healthy or environmentally friendly because they only contain natural ingredients. They are also grown using methods and materials that have a low impact on the environment.
Waste Reduction
Also known as source reduction, it is the practice of using less material and energy to minimize waste generation and preserve natural resources. For example, reducing unnecessary packaging from manufactured products and produce.
Emissions Reduction
Carbon footprint reduction. A carbon footprint is the total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions caused by an individual, event, organization, service, or product, expressed as carbon dioxide equivalent. [1] Greenhouse gases, including the carbon-containing gases carbon dioxide and methane, can be emitted through the burning of fossil fuels, land clearance and the production and consumption of food, manufactured goods, materials, wood, roads, buildings, transportation and other services.
Circularity
Products and their components can be returned to a biological cycle or kept in a technical cycle.
Palm Oil Free
Palm oil production has been and continues to be a major driver of deforestation of some of the world's most biodiverse forests, destroying the habitat of already endangered species like the Orangutan, Pygmy Elephant and Sumatran Rhino. Also, it has a high saturated fat content, which can be harmful to cardiovascular health. Products with this label don’t contain Palm Oil.
BPA-Free
BPA stands for bisphenol A, a chemical that is added to many commercial products. This is found on most household products made of hard plastics, such as water bottles, baby bottles, and food containers. Research has shown that BPA is an endocrine disruptor, which means that it interferes with your body's natural hormones. This label means an alternative to this type of plastic.
Natural Ingredients
Natural ingredients include plant, mineral and/or microbial ingredients present in (or produced by) nature. Natural ingredients may also be directly extracted using simple methods (like simple chemical reactions) or they may be the result of naturally occurring biological processes.
Made in Europe
Products that meet the “Made in Europe" label come from manufacturers who manufacture in Europe. This means that the whole production process has taken place in countries that are part of the European Continent.
Upcycle
Upcycling is a very specific form of recycling that takes waste and creates something new from it in its current state, it can involve a wide variety of techniques and materials to create the finished product. In other words, improving it in some way to make it useful again.
Microplastic Free
Extremely small pieces of plastic debris in the environment resulting from the disposal and breakdown of consumer products and industrial waste.
Plastic Free Packaging
No plastic is used for the wrapping of your product.
Handmade
We suporte small businesses that handcraft their products.

Circular business model

We give back to our planet by pledging 1% of Bluehouse profits to committed NGOs worldwide.

The triple impact CIRCULAR MODEL that we use is based on the premise that through the commercialization of products we can actively participate in various projects that regenerate the environment and our society.