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How to recognize an organic cosmetic?

How to recognize an organic cosmetic?

Can you recognize an organic cosmetic from a natural or traditional cosmetic? In this blog post we give you some tips to find your bearings in eco-organic cosmetic world. Very often, words such as ORGANIC and GREEN are used to marketing claims on cosmetic packagings to draw attention of consumers close to health and natural… Continue

Cosmetic allergies: FAQ

Cosmetic allergies: FAQ

Do you suspect an allergic or irritation reaction caused by cosmetics? Here you can find the most common questions on this topic. According to Istat data for the “Italian report in figures 2016”, 10,1/100 people suffer from allergic diseases; WHO (World Health Organization) a few years ago stated that over 40% of the world population… Continue

10 exercises to improve your mind

10 exercises to improve your mind

New year, new goal: boost the capabilities of your mind with 10 useful exercises. The brain is an involving and still unsolved mystery: indeed it is assumed that human beings uses only 10% of it. Could we improve this percentage? Certainly. The goal of this new year will be to improve the capacity of our… Continue

Alcohol in cosmetics: FAQ

Alcohol in cosmetics: FAQ

Alcohol in cosmetics is dangerous? It is harmful? Can you avoid it or can be used it safely? Some cosmetic ingredients have generated in years controversial debates about their use. This article will try to clarify the use of “Alcohol” in the INCI. The INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) is the list of ingredients,… Continue

Yarrow

Yarrow

Yarrow cosmetic properties Yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) is a perennial herbaceous plant with hairy leaves with a light aroma of camphor. The flowers are white or pink, with ac acrid taste. It grows mainly in the prairies, but also in the paths of the countryside or on the edge of the railroad tracks. We use... Continue
Hibiscus

Hibiscus

Hibiscus cosmetic properties The Hibiscus (Hibiscus) is a kind of Malvaceae family, which includes about 300 different species of trees, shrubs and annual or perennial plants. It is native to Asia, but today it is also widespread in Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, tropical areas and wherever there is a warm, sunny climate. The... Continue
Almond

Almond

Almond cosmetic properties The Almond is the fruit of the Almond (Prunus Dulcis), a small tree with white and pink flowers that bloom in early spring. It is native to Asia and later was introduced in Europe starting from the Mediterranean basin. Almonds are seeds rich in vitamins (like vitamin E), minerals (such as magnesium,... Continue
Lemon

Lemon

Lemon cosmetic properties The lemon tree (Citrus Limon) belongs to the family Rutaceae and produces the fruit of lemon, rich in vitamin B and C; probably the plant is native to China and, later, it arrived in Persia, Egypt and then to Europe via Sicily. This citrus is commonly used in cooking to enhance the... Continue
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