Since 1986 Labo Suisse is specializing in dermo-cosmetics for skin and hair care, dedicating considerable resources to the research and development of innovative and patented cosmetic products that distributes worldwide thanks to a network of exclusive resellers (Labo is currently present in 42 countries).

Labo has always looked to the future with foresight and now wants to make that future more sustainable by joining a noble environmental project: LABO FOREST.

This project is a concrete demonstration of the company’s commitment to the environment and future generations. The Labo Suisse Forest is part of a path whose main objective is to reduce the environmental impact of its activities in a tangible, measurable and concrete way: reduction of plastic materials in packaging, use of recycled materials, awareness of proper disposal by consumers.

Labo Suisse programme aims to raise awareness of increasingly eco-compatible behaviour in internal processes and relations with partners, exclusive distributors and end consumers.



Planted trees


Kgs of CO2 compensated*




Supported families

LABO FOREST is located in the Amazon Rainforest, the world’s largest rainforest, the “green lung” that is home to more biodiversity than any other tropical forest. The Amazon is the main habitat for millions of animal and plant species, as well as thousands of indigenous communities.

In 2017, it was reported that more than 20% of the entire Amazon Forest area had been cleared. In recent years the trend, unfortunately, seems not to have improved, mainly due to pressure from livestock and agricultural activities.

This is why the LABO FOREST was born, with the aim of restoring the landscapes of the Peruvian Amazon by strengthening local communities. The direct collaboration with farmers and indigenous communities helps to regenerate the forests and improve the resources and livelihoods available to the population.

The trees were planted in the area of the Tambopata National Reserve, one of the most important and vulnerable protected areas in the Madre de Dios region. Very close to the recently completed Interoceanic Highway and the regional capital of Puerto Maldonado, the reserve is home to many indigenous communities.
The project is located in the “buffer” zones of the municipal and national reserves of the Peruvian Amazon. In these border areas the human impact, if not linked to organic farming projects and sustainable land management, can have disastrous effects.
The trees belong to selected local species, some of which, unfortunately, are in danger of extinction. They are sown in nurseries where they germinate and grow before being transplanted. In this way, it is possible to recover, conserve and enhance biodiversity in the world’s largest forest.

Where is the Labo Forest?

Take a look at the map to see where trees in the Labo forest have been planted.

Find out how traceable we are.

Our whole tree planting activity is tracked and can be verified via CHLOE, our exclusive tracking system, which allows you to receive photos of your tree and monitor its growth.

*The value given is an estimate of the CO2 absorbed during the first 15 years of life of all plants. Data provided by permanent scientific literature.

**The number of cream bottles reported is the total CO2 absorbed divided by 0.5725 kg of CO2 equivalent, which is the average carbon footprint of a standard tube cream on the market in 250 ml format. Data provided by permanent scientific literature.