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There are currently 6 names in this directory beginning with the letter S.

Sheet masks
Sheet masks are easy to apply and do not require rinsing. And can provide a variety of benefits for the skin, such as hydration, toning, radiance, and are refreshing as well.

Sheet masks fabric can be: Microfiber (cotton), Hydrogel, and Bio cellulose.

Silicon Patches
Are anti-wrinkle patches made of 100% medical-grade silicone. Silicone patches have a transparent material, with a soft and elastic gelatin-like feel.

Many studies behind it show that the long-term use of silicone patches creates a microclimate that attracts water from deeper layers to the surface of the skin, leaving the skin more hydrated and rejuvenated. Maintains an optimal level of oxygen, increasing collagen production to fill in wrinkles and helps fade certain sun damages.

Skin is the largest organ that we have, also our epithelial tissue. Together with hair and nails represents the integumentary system. Surrounds and protects the organism against outside infections, allergens, and extreme temperatures. Above all, it minimizes water loss from the body creating a balance of fluids and makes possible the synthesis of vitamin D.

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Skin care
Includes a wide range of activities, in order to protect, prevent and treat the skin.

It’s about an essential approach in skin care practices and finding the key factors in getting a natural, vitaminizing and radiant look.

A trend supporting minimalist approaches, whether we’re talking about a few products or ingredients applied to skin or getting a natural look through makeup. In a thin layer, you can still apply foundation or concealer.

This trend proposes to consume less products and is part of the ecological cosmetic movement. It supports the health of the skin, based on the proven efficacy of active ingredients and teaches us when it is time to let the skin recover itself.

Slow Beauty
Slow Beauty is a movement and philosophy that helps people develop a sustainable self-care practice based on nature, health, and well-being, which includes the use of multi-sensory products, tools, and resources to support a happy way of feeling and to be in the world.