What are the supplements in cosmetics?

What are the supplements in cosmetics? />

I am often asked if the creams we make contain one or the other supplement ...

Why is that?

The conventional cosmetics that people are familiar with and familiar with is nothing more than a base - an emulsion, usually based on mineral oil (which is acid-refined waste petroleum oil). So, at this base, there is nothing that can help the skin (moreover, it is inorganic - that are atypical agents for the skin).

It's just a cream base that is smeared and, to call it a product of its own, supplements are put into it - we can add panthenol, acids, provitamins ... and whatever.

However, the creams that we make are on the basis of organic oils, oils that in themselves include vitamins, minerals, organic acids, enzymes ...

Emulsions made from base oils such as cocoa, coconut, olive oil, almonds and all kinds of nuts and seeds, as well as herbal extracts, are enhanced by herb and flowers essential oil compositions that not only abound in the much needed "additives", but and they are organic, natural, typical of the biochemical structure of the skin. It easily integrates them into its processes and manages to absorb them at a very high rate.

As a nice bonus, the natural structure of the ingredients makes them easily removable, if they are more - the skin does not release them and is easily released from them. However, it is not the case with additives of a chemical origin - they are aggressive, with an atypical skin structure and usually accumulate in different parts of the skin, starting to cause redness, burning, itching, excessive dryness over time ...

So be careful with "additives" - their type and origin is more important than their quantity and presence in the product. And yes, natural cosmetics work over time, nourish and heal the skin, make it very healthy and supple itself ...

Conventional cosmetics promise an instant effect, now immediately and at first may have a visible "improvement" effect, but over time it weakens the skin's natural reproductive functions and often times ... it becomes ill ...