The Veg-Up facial line is the result of a perfect

combination of naturalness and cosmetic technology. The formulas,

in fact, although completely natural, they contain ingredients

impeccable functional. The flagship of the line is the three

references to botox: a serum, a cream and an eye area;

these contain phytoextracts with remarkable anti-inflammatory properties.

oxidizing, repairing, illuminating and invigorating oils

precious and, above all, a chain of exapeptides that

perform a similar botox action. For BeWell Laboratoires,

therefore, the creams must be 100% natural but also and

above all effective.


In addition to certified organic ingredients,

the Veg-Up facial treatment line also contains principles

biodynamic and biodiverse agriculture assets. The

fact contributed to the rescue of forgotten plants and

threatened, to extract the wonderful fruits.

We also use active ingredients extracted from biodynamic agriculture, which are more alive, energetic and active than traditional ones.


In nature we find everything that is necessary

to obtain a formula with surprising performances, in

our formulas you will find known ingredients and

unusual ones, precisely because we like to experiment

and find new frontiers in this fantastic world of





We are a family owned and operated business.

We are a family owned and operated business.

We are a family owned and operated business.

Veg-Up cosmetics follow the strict standards established

by BDIH for organic, natural and health-safe products.

Veg-Up follows the strict standards established by BDIH for organic products.

We are a family owned and operated business.

The BDIH Standard seal was launched in February 2001 by BDIH (International Organic and Natural Cosmetics Corporation), an association founded in 1951 in Germany by the union of numerous manufacturers of cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, supplements, food products and products for industry. personal hygiene. With this certification, it is attested that the product follows the strict standards established by BDIH for organic, natural and safe for health products. The guidelines extend to all aspects of production, from the cultivation or extraction of raw materials, to processing for bottling and storage.

These are some of the main guidelines:

only natural raw materials are used, possibly from biologically controlled cultivation or wild harvest;
products derived from animals are completely prohibited;
the products are completely cruelty free;
synthetic fragrances, dyes are completely absent (with regard to food; only pigments of natural origin are allowed for cosmetics), petroleum derivatives and silicones;
only a few preservatives of natural origin are allowed;
radioactive radiation is prohibited.

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The first recognition in organic cosmetics in Italy created more than 10 years ago, ensures that participating operators respect a specific specification.


The following are the main principles of AIAB, a list of admitted and disallowed products, but above all, a set of good practices:

  1. absence of allergenic and irritating raw materials other than plants or considered harmful to human health;

  2. products totally free of GMOs;

  3. no animal testing;

  4. use of certified organic agricultural and zootechnical products;

  5. absence of unsustainable materials from an ecological point of view, both in the product packaging.

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The Veg-Up line does not contain raw materials of animal origin, it is also produced in a separate environment and protected with dedicated machines and equipment.



In dermocosmetics Nickel is prohibited by law as an ingredient, however, traces of nickel can be present in any product as a result of manufacturing processes.

As it is not possible to eliminate 100% of nickel, according to the law, it is prohibited to declare a cosmetic as "nickel free" or "nickel free", but it is only possible to use the text "Nickel tested" when the products have been tested in allergic subjects with nickel without causing allergic reactions. By itself, this test does not represent a guarantee that the product contains less traces of nickel than one that does not have the indication, just as it is not correct to think that if a company does not report this indication on the packaging, it has not carried out a verification the presence of Nickel in the product, also due to the fact that for the law every cosmetic product on the market must contain an amount of Nickel, if present, below a minimum level such that it is harmless to each subject, (part per million, equal to 1 mg per kg of product).