It’s Cold…Protect Your Skin!

When it gets cold, the needs of our body change, the metabolisms of all organs change, and the skin is subjected to the consequences.
To react to the heat jumble our body brings more blood to the internal organs by giving less to the skin. Consequently, the cells produce less collagen and the skin is thinner and dehydrated. Continue reading

Hyperpigmentation – Skin Spots

Hyperpigmentation – Skin Spots
Skin spots are a blemish that afflicts many women, both young and mature. This is a percentage that reaches 60% in Europe, and it pushes often to “whitening” do-it-yourself treatments that end up worsening the problem rather than eliminating it. Continue reading

Sun Kissed or Slapped?

“Sun kiss the skin” it’s a romantic way to say, perhaps not very appropriate, since, in addition to the many biological benefits it provides, are now well-known the harmful characteristics of its different radiations.
UVB rays reach deep into the epidermis and stimulate the melanocytes. Continue reading

Benefits of Volcanic Magma

In aesthetic the Volcanic Magma is a valuable element that must be rediscovered and appreciated.
Nature gives us many treasures, and undoubtedly  Magma, especially the black volcanic sand, summarizes the beneficial properties of the Sea and of the depths of the Earth. Continue reading

Pumpkin hidden treasures.

The pumpkin, as well as being the symbol of Halloween,  is also a typical product of this season, and it’s very important for health.

Native to Central America, is used in cooking, cosmetics and medicine.

Vegetable that belongs to the family of Cucurbitaceae is actually rich in active ingredients with remarkable properties.

Pumpkin is rich in minerals such as selenium, copper, zinc and manganese, as well as vitamin A and C.
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Red summer

Here’s the Summer! Let’s talk about the tomato. Protagonist of this season and of the Mediterranean diet, this vegetable is an ally of healthy skin and body, thanks to its purifying properties.

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