DARK CHOCOLATE

Chocolate rejuvenates Body and Mind! A unique combination of senses and actions. Chocolate is coming from our known tree (cocoa). 
Cocoa grains are rich in theobromine (1.5-3%), which is an emollient agent, similar to caffeine that firms and rejuvenates the skin. 
It also contains a type of caffeine, which acts against cellulite and fat effectively, when applied to the body, in combination with other ingredients, too. 
Scientific studies have shown that after a month of chocolate therapy, lipids are effectively dissolved and then excreted along with other toxins 
of the lemphic system, while the skin is enriched with beneficial for the skin vitamins and amino acids. 
Simultaneously, cell oxygenation and skin moisture increase.


AVOCADO OIL

Avocado has tradiionally had a significant contribuion tocosmetology, as well. As it is rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, it has importantmoisturizing and healing properies for the skin. Avocado oil, coming from thefruit’s flesh, is used both as an essenial oil diluion carrier and as the basicnatural massage oil in aromatherapy. Moreover, it funcions as a filter for solarradiaion when applied on the skin. It is also hypoallergenic and is similar tolanolin, as it has the ability to get deep into the skin, acing in a moisturizingand soothing way, as well. 


ALOE GEL

They call it “plant of immortality” and consider it to be a longevity elixir, although its name that possibly comes from the Arabic word alloeh, 
means “bitter and shining substance”. The natural extract that we use is rich in polysaccharides containing glucose and mannose.
 It also includes enzymes and oils. It promotes enzymic activity as it is one of the most significant moisturizing substances.


GRAPESEED OIL

Water-soluble OPCs vitamin E mixture, it acts as an anti-aging and astringent agent and contributes to the reduction of skin reaction. 


GINSENG

This is a Korean and Japanese herb. The part of the tree used in cosmetology is its roots. It has refreshing, firming and moisturizing properties.


GREEN TEA

Cosmetology considers it to be one of the most significant powers of nature in the battle with age, as it has important antioxidant and anti-aging properties. Green Tea is ideal for sensitive or raw skin, to which it offers immediate relief. 
It also has revitalizing and hydrating characteristics. Initially, green tea was popular in China and used medicinally for centuries to treat everything from headaches to depression. Nowadays, people from different parts of the world consume green tea due to its numerous health benefits.  
It contains a high amount of antioxidants as well as enzymes, amino acids, and phytochemicals like polyphenols. 
It also has B vitamins, folate, manganese, potassium, magnesium and caffeine.  
In addition to its health benefits, green tea has an impressive list of skin and hair care benefits.  To enhance your beauty, you can use green tea in your beauty masks. Also, drink a few cups of this popular beverage daily.


KIWI

Kiwi is rich in vitamin E, an important anioxidant that protects and gives a healthy and bright skin and rejuvenates the skin!
Kiwifruit is rich in nutrients that are friendly to the skin, such as vitamins A, C, andE. It contains anioxidants which if you noice you'll see that contained in mostcreams. This is because these three anioxidant vitamins scavenge free radicals andprotect the skin cells from rusing. The kiwi reduces signs of aging. Another positive effect of anioxidants is to accelerate cell regeneraion. Thus, regular kiwi consumpion can delay the signs of wear and aging of the skin, such asblemishes, fine lines and wrinkles.


RED WINE

Wine has the ability to capture the skin roots.


JOJOBA OIL

It comes from the jojoba plant seeds (Simmondsia chinensis). It contains myristic acid, which has a significant anti-inflammatory action, vitamin E, proteins and minerals.Jojoba oil keeps the moisture in the tissue, which results in the skin remaining elastic and the process of aging decelerating.


ALMOND OIL

Almond oil is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, D, E, F, B and proteins. 
Almond oil is rich in nutritious vitamins and can offer moisture and shine to face and body skin.


APRICOT OIL

It contains amygdalins and glycosides. It is one of the most expensive essential oils due to its nourishing properties.


MACADAMIA NUT TREE OIL

It grows at the east coast of Australia. Its nuts are rich in essential oils. It has significant moisturizing properties for the dry and super dry skin types.


OLIVE OIL

It has emollient, moisturizing and anisepic properies. It has mulipleuses and is excepionally effecive! It gives hair shine and rejuvenation. 
It hydrates the hair in depth and it protects it from solar radiation.


WHEAT PROTEINS

It gives your hair volume and it hydrates it. The proteins it contains repair the damaged hair.


CHAMOMILE

It’s the most ancient herb. Has cleaning, calming and soothing properties.


ARGAN OIL

Argan Oil is produced by the argan tree cores, which thrives inMorocco and is worldwide known for its beneficial properies especially to face,body and hair care, for hundreds of years now. Its silky thick texture offersimmediate moisture, while it is not a coincidence that it has been characterized asthe “liquid gold” of the desert!


SUGAR

It contains a unique moisturizing system, the composition of which is similar to the natural carbohydrates mixture of the external skin layer. 
This moisturizing system:
Is characterized as “water magnet”, because it has the ability to restrain water molecules and keep it in the skin.
Creates chemical compounds with the skin keratin, so the “water magnet” does not easily separate from the skin, 
e.g when we wash our face, but only with the regular monthly exfoliation of the skin. So, carbohydrates become part of the skin and 
reinforce its ability to keep its moisture in a unique way. 
Is one of the very few moisturizing systems that have a very good action when the common moisturizing agents become inactive,
 that is in inclement conditions with low humidity in the environment (20-50%). Is impressively close to the function of the natural 
carbohydrates system of the skin, as it “mimics” the composition and the function of our skin.


CALENDULA

Calendula is most known for its hydrating, cleansing, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, stringent, palliative and healing effects. 


ORANGE

It is rich in vitamin C, D, A and P, in folic acid, inorganic salts of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, sodium and iron, 
sugars and citric acid. Vitamin C, being a powerful antioxidant agent, fights the early aging, contributes to the removal of cutaneous 
blemishes, brightens and gives shine and elasticity to the skin, enhancing the collagen formulation. 
It also contributes to the better absorbing of iron from the organism.


SAGE

Sage is a herb particularly beneficial when used for hair care. The sage infusion strengthens the hair giving shine and volume. Regulates sebum secretion, making it possible to reduce dandruff and reduce oiliness in oily hair. As a hair and skin strengthener, thoroughly cleanses while protecting against hair loss.


COCOA BUTTER

Rich in natural anti-oxidants and nutrients, cocoa butter helps in stretch mark, scar and skin discoloration prevention. 
It also helps in wrinkle and black circles treatment while healing skin injuries. 
Exceptionally beneficial to dry/ tired skin, offering deep moisture.


SESAME OIL

Sesame oil is filled with ingredients that are capable of providing a nice and silky texture for your skin. 
. It is also rich in vitamin E, D and B complex which make it effective enough to reduce scars and other rashes on the skin. 
In fact they find themselves an active ingredient in many of the modern cosmetic products.


AMBER OIL

Amber is fossilized resin of ancient trees that grew in “amber forests”.  
Clinical experiments discovered that amber oil has antioxidant, regenerating, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties. 
Amber oil recommended to formulate products for sensitive, irritated or acne-prone skins.


PROPOLIS

The bee collects it from the flower and processes it, adding wax and some substances that she herself secrets.
 Contains more than 300 different substances! It is used in cosmetic products, i.e creams, body milks etc because it strengthens 
the skin’s tissue, cleanses and hydrates. 


VANILLA

It contributes decisively to the excreion of toxins and dead cells from the skin. Itsani-aging acion is also known. Vanilla extract is very rich in B complex Vitamins.Its formulaion contributes to skin regeneraion and helps in keeping hydraioninside the skin layers. Finally, vanilla extract has mild ani-bacterial and anisepicproperies.

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