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compare us to the worlds most expensive skincare you will be shocked !


 

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Nivea £1.15

Mass produced with petrochemicals and harsh chemicals shown in red

green is natural

Ingredients:
• Water
• Mineral Oil
• Petrolatum
• Glycerin
• Microcrystalline Wax
• Lanolin Alcohol
• Paraffin
• Panthenol
• Magnesium Sulfate
• Decyl Oleate
Octyldodecanol
• Aluminum Stearates
• Fragrance
• Citric Acid
• Magnesium Stearate
•Methylchloroisothiazolinone
• Methylisothiazolinone

NOTICE HOW THE NIVEA AND THE CRÈME DE LA MER SHARE THE ALMOST EXACT SAME INGREDIENTS ???

 

Creme de la Mer £ 100-200

Mass produced with petrochemicals and harsh chemicals shown in red

green is natural

NOTICE HOW THE NIVEA AND THE CRÈME DE LA MER SHARE THE ALMOST EXACT SAME INGREDIENTS

Ingredients: 

• Seaweed
• Mineral Oil
• Petrolatum
• Glycerin
• Isohexadecane
• Microcrystalline Wax
• Lanolin Alcohol
Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil
• Magnesium Sulfate
• Paraffin
• Decyl Oleate
• Aluminum Distearate
• Octyldodecanol
• Citric Acid
• Magnesium Stearate
• Panthenol
• 6 Fragrances are listed individually here
• Methylchloroisothiazolinone
• Methylisothiazolinone
• Alcohol Denat
• Fragrance 

•Vitamins

 

 

 Natural Elements £44.99. For 2 products.

 hand made with all plant extracts

Ingredients: in oil

•Peach

•Jojoba

•Neroli … the 2nd most expensive oil in the world

•Sandalwood……  in the top ten most expensive

•Rose…….  the most expensive oil in the world

 

Ingredients in cream

•Water

•Grapeseed

•Methylglucosesesquisteaate

•Cetyl alcohol

Phenoxyethanol

Ethylhexylglycerin

 

Natural oils boost the protective hydrolipid film, which keeps skin supple and hydrated.Natural oils contain vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, B6, C, D, E. magnesium, copper, iron, amino acids ,sterols, pantothenic acid, lecithin, folic acid and other essential fatty acids, all of which vastly increase collagen in the skin.      

 Vital oils unlike creams can penetrate into the lower layers of the skin  Natural oils are rich in:

 Essential fatty acids (EFAs), guarding against moisture loss and subsequently, premature ageing minerals, omegas, proteins and beta carotene, which help to keep skin supple slow ageing.Vitamin A – Retinol, which rejuvenates and nourishes the complexion and Vitamin E, which aids skin cell regeneration. GLA (gamma linolenic acid), which helps to strengthen the skin’s supporting collagen fibres and is also an excellent skin moisturiser (particularly for dry skin).

  Essential oils, bring order to cells and tissue, dispelling bacteria, infection and stimulating repair.