Dreamz Pty Ltd, trading as GAIA Skin Naturals was found to allegedly be making misleading and deceptive representations after claiming their baby shampoo, moisturiser and bath wash were ‘pure, natural and organic’. The company has paid fines worth $37,800 for including sodium hydroxyl methyl glycerinate and phenoxyethanol in its products.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has been pursuing companies that describe their products as organic and enforcing fines where their goods oppose the Australian Consumer Law.

Click here for the full ACCC media release.