Natural cosmetics

Why natural cosmetics?

For some years, the number of people who live and consume more consciously has been steadily increasing. This awareness is spreading, not only in connection with food, but in relation to cosmetics. But what does ‚natural cosmetics‘ mean exactly, in detail? Natural cosmetic companies like aquabio use what Mother Nature has to offer in abundance in their products – natural raw materials and valuable plant extracts. In the process, we do without parabens, silicones, paraffin and mineral oils completely. The packaging materials and manufacturing practices are mostly more environment-friendly than conventional products. And, last but not least, the endconsumers profit from decisive advantages.

Many people have sensitive skin on their face. For these consumers, chemical and synthetic ingredients in particular contained in traditional cosmetic products lead to problems of unnatural reactions like redness, irritations or skin impurities. Trying out other conventional cosmetic products which promise to improve the skin, reduce wrinkles or similar mostly make the complexion even worse. In contrast, natural cosmetic products can ease these skin problems. The skin, stressed for many years, gets exactly what it needs by being given natural ingredients from certified organic cultivation. All aquabio products give the skin sufficient moisture, which it needs for its regeneration process. Premium active ingredient oils care for and nourish the skin intensively. See for yourself and try out our extensive range of products – cleansing products, day and night creams, serum, eye care, lifting fluid and intensive treatments, and feel the difference. Many of our products are vegan and glutenfree.

If you want to know why natural cosmetics have a diametrically opposite concept to conventional cosmetics, just watch this film:
Story of Cosmetics

Copyright notice
The Story of Cosmetics was co-created and released by The Story of Stuff Project and the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition effort launched in 2004 to protect the health of consumers and workers by securing the corporate, regulatory and legislative reforms necessary to eliminate dangerous chemicals from cosmetics and personal care products. The movie was produced by Free Range Studios.

This work is covered by a Creative Commons License
Written by: Annie Leonard, Jonah Sachs, Louis Fox
Produced by: Free Range Studios