The connection between the skin and the body
The substances you place on your skin penetrate your body. If you do not believe this claim, think about the nicotine patches that people wear to help them stop smoking, as well as menopausal women who are regularly prescribed hormonal patches. This means that you potentially expose your body to a whole range of chemicals without fully knowing what the effects they can have on it.
Much of the traditional cosmetics abounds with 'fillers'. These are ingredients that are of no value to your skin - parabens, dyes, artificial fragrances, silicones, emulsifiers and oils derived from petrochemicals. They are added to make the product cheaper, to last longer (virtually eternal) and to be more attractive, but some reports show that some of these chemicals can be found in engine degreasers and as well as in the antifreeze. Who wants to put antifreeze on his face?
More active ingredients
Active ingredients are what makes a cosmetic product effective. They are extremely expensive and are often a result from high-tech developments. In traditional cosmetics, the choice of active ingredients is a marketing trick and their incorporation is at a very low percentage in the formula. At Ruskha we do not 'save' from active ingredients because our main pillar is to produce efficient products.
Many people with sensitive skin accept the fact that they cannot use skincare products purchased from the store. Even people with normal skin can find that they get rashes when they try out a new product. This is most often caused by a chemical reaction. Although it is possible to be allergic to certain natural ingredients - nuts and strawberries are two typical examples - it is easier to determine what is causing your skin reaction if you can fully understand the ingredient list of your product.
Organic products are produced using ingredients that are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. This makes them better for your body and better for our planet.
'Feed' your face
Our products contain ingredients that “nourish” your skin with vital substances, so there are not only promises but results. Many products simply cover the skin with a layer of synthetic additives or attack it aggressively with a cocktail of chemicals.
If you carefully choose your skin care products you contribute to a more socially responsible lifestyle. Organic products are produced without harming the environment, animals or other people.