There is power in nature.
Natural cosmetics have recently gained growing popularity among beauty lovers. But why is that? Primarily because of the natural ingredients. By harnessing the power of nature, natural cosmetics can meet all the needs of your skin. Totally free from silicones, parabens or mineral oils, they moisturise the skin or cleanse and exfoliate it.
Detox- the extra programme for skin
Detoxing is also finding growing popularity. At first it mainly meant cleansing the body. It works differently according to your taste and needs: For many people detoxing means leaving out salt, whereas for others it means a juice diet.
Skincare also benefit from what’s good for your body. So there are more and more detox products among natural cosmetics.
The range of products is really broad. Starting with juices and teas that support your skin care. Green tea or matcha have a positive effect on your skin and its elasticity. If you don’t drink coffee at breakfast and have a detox tea instead, not only are you avoiding caffeine, but you’re also doing something good for your skin.
Aloe vera and the juice of the plant are a real detox product. Not only does it strengthen your immune system, but it also supplies nutrients such as potassium and sodium to keep your skin elastic. There are over 100 nutrients in aloe vera juice and if you drink it daily you can give your body and skin a long-term detox feeling.
Detoxing should not only make your skin fresh, but also purify it. Detox footpads are ideal for this. You stick them on the soles of your feet and let them work overnight. The Asian formula of the pads contains lavender, eucalyptus, green tea and bamboo. The pads draw all toxins out of your body overnight. So you not only achieve better inner balance, but improve your digestion and get an energy boost.