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Natural Skin Care - The Dangers of Phenoxyethanol

Posted by Kyriakos Paschalidis on

Phenoxyethanol is the new darling of the skincare industry. It is increasingly turning up in cosmetics, many of which are labelled natural or organic, as a preservative. It is the alternative to parabens.

It has recently came to public attention in the US when the FDA issued a warning about its use. Is Phenoxyethanol safe? 

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Lean Jan Detox Plan Based on Ancient, Secret Rejuvenating Practice

Posted by Nitasha Buldeo on

Lean Jan Detox Plan Based on Ancient, Secret Rejuvenating Practice

Kaya kalpa is an ancient system of body rejuvenation developed and practiced in Ancient India. These practices were designed to delay the ageing process.

Organic Apoteke's Lean Jan Detox Plan, simplifies the severe kaya kalpa practices into a simple 21 day program.

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Organic Apoteke : Cosmetics Regulation and Standards in Japan

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Organic Apoteke : Cosmetics Regulation and Standards in Japan
The Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Act defines cosmetics as "Articles with mild action on the human body, which are intended to be applied to the human body through rubbing, sprinkling or other methods, aiming to clean, beautify and increase the attractiveness, alter the appearance or to keep the skin or hair in good condition."

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Organic Apoteke Improves Microcirculation & Slows Down Visible Signs of Ageing.

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Organic Apoteke Improves Microcirculation & Slows Down Visible Signs of Ageing.
Improved Microcirculation - As we age, the tiny capillaries in the skin get sluggish and lazy. Poor skin circulation results in skin cells ageing faster. By improving function of these capillaries Organic Apoteke products are able to delay ageing and speed up healing of blemishes and spots.

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Organic Apoteke : Eye Cream with Bilberry

Posted by Nitasha Buldeo on

Organic Apoteke : Eye Cream with Bilberry

Bilberries (Vaccinium myrtillus) are known by a very wide range of local names which include blaeberry, whortleberry, whinberry, myrtle blueberry and fraughan. The fruit is smaller than that of the blueberry and similar in taste. Bilberries are darker in color, and usually appear near black with a slight shade of blue. Bilberries are extremely difficult to grow and are thus seldom cultivated. Fruits are mostly collected from wild plants growing on publicly accessible lands, notably Finland , Sweden , Norway, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, parts of England and northern parts of Russia. As a deep blue fruit, bilberries contain high levels...

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