Blue Lagoon Iceland Certified as a B Corporation

Blue Lagoon Iceland and its collection of hotels, resorts, spas, destinations, skincare lines and additional subsidiaries has announced its certification as a B Corporation (B Corp). Blue Lagoon Iceland has been certified by B Lab, the not-for-profit behind the B Corp Movement, as having met rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability that represent its commitment to goals outside of shareholder profit.

Since its establishment in 1992, Blue Lagoon Iceland has placed a strong focus on sustainability and corporate social responsibility, as well as continuous research and development. The company’s foundation is based on the unique geothermal Blue Lagoon water, which has been a source of development from services to products, experiences to scientific research. Over the past three decades, this development has solidified Blue Lagoon Iceland as a globally recognized hospitality company encompassing spas, hotels, restaurants and more. 

In addition to being a globally recognized hospitality company, Blue Lagoon Iceland has also developed internationally acclaimed skincare lines based on decades of research and the foundations of science and sustainability. Debuting in 1995 with the Silica Mud Mask, all Blue Lagoon Skincare products are based on the healing properties of the geothermal Blue Lagoon Water and its primary bioactive elements—silica, microalgae and minerals.

Blue Lagoon Iceland is now part of a community of 7,334 businesses globally—including 85 B Corps in the Nordics. With this certification, Blue Lagoon Iceland joins a growing group of companies reinventing business by creating a more inclusive, equitable, and regenerative economic system for all.

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