Defining organic is not as simple as it may seem. As soon as an organic raw material is processed in any way it is no longer considered organic. For instance, the soy wax in L:A Bruket's candles is made from organic soy, but since processed may not be called organic. This goes for plants harvested in the wild as well, since they are not controlled through farming, they may not be called organic. L:A Bruket use both organic raw materials that have been processed (and therefore cannot be labelled or mentioned as organic) as well as certified organic ingredients. For some products they have a content of more than 90% certified organic ingredients. The base ingredients of L:A Bruket's skin care range are always organic and/ or natural, however in some cases they may need to use smaller amounts of nature identical ingredients, such as preservatives that occur naturally in i.e. lingonberries, but is not possible to produce large scale. They have the same molecular build up as the natural original but can be produced without exterminating rare species of plants. Another positive effect is that allergens that may occur naturally in some natural ingredients can be eliminated.