CosBeauty Magazine


The skin is the largest organ of the body. It is also the only organ that is constantly in contact with both the internal environment of the body and the external environment with all its aggressors, solar damage and pollutants. Our skin is able to defend against external environmental aggression, regulate body temperature, eliminate toxins, mount immune defences and absorb nutrients.

Whilst our skin is an excellent absorber – there are some exciting medical trials on the treatment of Alzheimer’s with skin patches impregnated with medication that can reach the brain via the skin – recent EPA tests concluded that ingredients in personal care products may affect hormonal balance over time. Further studies show that women absorb over three kilograms of

Citiți o mostră, înregistrați-vă pentru a citi în continuare.

Mai multe de la CosBeauty Magazine

CosBeauty Magazine3 min cititeSelf-Improvement
January Jones has hers with vinegar and unspeakable amounts of salt and baking soda. Madonna’s is sprinkled with rose petals. Yes, the humble bath is making a comeback. It seems quick showers have been overtaken by luxurious bubble baths during the c
CosBeauty Magazine2 min cititeTech
As COVID-19 continues to spread, social distancing is affecting everything we do, including working out at the gym. So what’s a fitness buff to do? The good news is that social distancing doesn’t mean you have to give up your workouts or yoga practic
CosBeauty Magazine2 min citite
All Eyes On ActivLayr
If 2019 was the year of the sheet mask, then 2020 is shaping up to be the year of the eye patch. Like a tall glass of water for tired, puffy eyes, a quality eye patch is the next musthave skincare product. And here’s why: it supercharges the delicate