Category cosmetology

Marseille Soap by I.Randi
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Marseille Soap by I.Randi

Generality Marseille soap is a solid soap originating in France, considered the direct descendant of Aleppo soap. Marseille soap - manufactured for the first time in the homonymous French city - is still considered an excellent product with which to take care of your personal hygiene and with which you can also clean parts of the house and laundry

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Snail slime in cosmetics

Generality One of the latest trends in the cosmetics sector draws on natural extracts from the animal world. Among the " special active ", a particular interest has spread in the use of snail slime , a concentrate of nourishing and regenerating substances obtained from a common invertebrate in our gardens: the Helix aspersa snail
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Cleanser

Generality Cleansing milk is a fluid emulsion that carries out a delicate cleaning action, preserving the natural protective hydrolipid film of the skin. This type of cosmetic is indicated for the daily cleansing of the face , a fundamental beauty gesture to remove make-up and all the impurities that have accumulated on the epidermis during the day
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Aleppo soap

Generality Considered the ancestor of all soaps, Aleppo soap is still a highly appreciated product. Aleppo soap - also known as Ghar soap - has its roots in a very distant past, when thousands of years ago it began to be produced by the Syrian artisans of the city of Aleppo. Nowadays, unfortunately, Aleppo soap factories in Syria have been greatly reduced, but this detergent continues to be produced all over the world and, in some cases, still according to ancient traditional methods
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Marseille Soap by I.Randi

Generality Marseille soap is a solid soap originating in France, considered the direct descendant of Aleppo soap. Marseille soap - manufactured for the first time in the homonymous French city - is still considered an excellent product with which to take care of your personal hygiene and with which you can also clean parts of the house and laundry
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gel douche

From a qualitative point of view, there are no big differences between shampoo and shower gel. What varies is the SAL, greater than shampoos, the percentage of anionic surfactants such as SLES (sodiolaurileterosolfati) and the amount of perfume, which must be greater, because the product is diluted in large quantities of water
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Intimate wash

Intimate cleansers must be formulations as delicate as possible, since they come into direct contact with the mucous membranes, characterized by a very thin cellular layer. They must not alter the natural microbial flora even in the case of frequent washing and it is preferable to be free of alcohol and strong fragrances, in order to reduce the presence of potentially allergenic substances
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Shower gel

Formulated with the same substances as the bubble bath, it has a lower concentration of surfactants and perfume because, being used directly on the skin before dilution, greater delicacy is required. Shower gel is also often used on hair and is therefore generally enriched with conditioning substances, such as simple or polymeric quaternary ammonium salts and trimethylglycine, which have a substantive effect on hair and form a protective film
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Detergents and Detergents

What does Cleanse mean? The verb "to clean" has Latin origins and literally means "to remove dirt or harmful substance". The dirt, present on the skin and hair, is made up of tissue debris, detached corneal cells and sebum and sweat secretions, to which environmental dirt is added
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Melanogenesis modulators

Tyrosinase inhibitors Since tyrosinase controls the biosynthesis of melanin in epidermal melanocytes, acting on the activity of this enzyme represents a valid strategy for correcting hyperpigmentation defects. Examples of compounds with this type of mechanism of action are: Kojic acid Kojic Acid is a depigmenting agent of fungal origin
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Detergents: conclusion

In light of the above, it is easy to understand how the choice of a detergent is not simple, especially if the skin to be cleaned is particularly sensitive or affected by some dermatological pathology. In fact, cleansing does not only take away the environmental dirt accumulated on the skin surface, but alters the physiology of the skin to a greater or lesser extent, due to the delipidizing action, the modification of the pH and skin flora, dehydration and increase in TEWL due to alteration of the hydrolipidic film
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