Biobaza was founded and developed by Magdis, a firm that was founded in 1993 by pharmacist Srećko Gross, former Pliva Expert, with years of experience in pharmaceutical production. Over the years Magdis was profiled as a provider of premium production services of dietary and cosmetic products. In addition to production, the company is continuously engaged in product research and development.

Furthermore, Magdis d.o.o. is engaged in the production of pharmaceutical and medical raw materials as well as final products and has a thriving segment of pharmaceutical engineering. Magdis is continuously investing in research and development, as well as in the construction of a modern production facility. Likewise, great efforts are being made in the system of control and quality according to the strict pharmaceutical principles.


Biobaza, a line of natural cosmetics of pharmaceutical quality, was developed and produced with great care by Croatian experts for pharmaceutical production. Biobaza products are adapted to sensitive skin because there are no preservatives, irritants, artificial fragrances (perfumes) or colors. During product development, an emphasis is placed on the pharmaceutical quality and a high proportion of ingredients of natural origin. The exact proportion of the raw materials of natural origin is marked on each product. BIOBAZA products contain high-quality active ingredients: natural butters, vegetable and essential oils, extracts and others. Each Biobaza product series is LABORATORY TESTED and the quality of products is systematically monitored. Moreover, BIOBAZA uses packaging that additionally protects the quality of products and is user-friendly.

Biobaza products are not tested on animals and they do not contain ingredients tested on animals.

BIOBAZA products do not contain genetically modified organisms and are not produced using genetic engineering techniques.

QUALITY- International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI)

For each cosmetic colour there is a Colour Index (CI) number, like an ingredient marker. The CI number becomes part of the INCI term for that formulation, for example, one type of yellow in the INCI would be: CI 47005. This INCI is the same regardless of whether the colour is synthetic or natural.