WingGuard.de - sustainable products for you and me
With WingGuard, you no longer have to guess or hope which products are good for you and your home. All products in our shop are subject to strict standards to be non-toxic, effective, sustainable and cruelty-free. As soon as you have found a product that you like, we will deliver it to your home in a CO2-neutral manner.
Made in Europe - for fair & sustainable quality
Manufacturing products in Europe brings with it a wide range of benefits for consumers, the environment and companies. Compared to many other non-European countries, Europe has strict rules and laws regarding work culture. In Europe, a lot of value is placed on fair wages, safe working standards and fair trade. So if you use products that were produced in Europe when you buy sustainable and environmentally friendly care products , you are supporting the trend towards a conscious and resource-saving lifestyle.
Which countries are included?
If a product is marked with the "Made in Europe" seal, all countries that geographically belong to Europe are meant. There is a misconception that the label “Made in Europe” only refers to EU countries. The production in the other European countries that do not belong to the EU strengthens the economy in the respective countries. However, it cannot be assumed that there are generally applicable labor law regulations, such as those within the EU.
Proven quality promise
Regional, sustainable, high quality. High quality standards for the ingredients and materials used as well as processing are features that "Made in Europe" products are known for. Through regular and careful checks, companies in Europe can ensure the high quality requirements. Imported, cheap products often cannot keep up with the "Made in Europe" products in terms of durability and break down much faster or are no longer usable. This creates more waste and at the same time puts a strain on our nature and its resources.
Made in Europe - short distances, for more sustainability
The environment is significantly less burdened due to short transport and distribution routes. Significantly shorter distances have to be covered in order to bring the products and ingredients from A to B. In view of this, the consumption of sustainable products, for example for the household , contributes to the conservation of resources. Furthermore, one can generally assume that a "Made in Europe" product was manufactured under fair working conditions.