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How to re-hydrate your skin on the go.

Posted by Sweetsation Therapy / Natalia on 14th Jun 2021

Living my cosmetic chemist’s life pretty much boils down to converting my caffeinated thoughts into new formulas and products. And one day I had a dream…. of that perfect ‘can’t-live-without’ secret elixir that has all the elements that breathe life into your skin and once you get your hands on it, you wouldn’t be able to let go…. In my mind It would be something that is so delicately fragrant that you would want to always be env...
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The science behind skin care steps and how to get the best results.

Posted by Sweetsation Therapy on 29th Jan 2021

What is the first product do you pick up when you start your skin care routine? Cleanser? Toner? Scrub? Giving the gratitude of confusion to the 10 step Korean influence, the product line-up can be pretty extensive. But it’s very important how do you apply and use those products and in which order, and why. The end result can very much depend on it as many product can perform differently if they are applied in the wrong order. Let’s unpack t...
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From an idea to the shelf. How a new cosmetic product is born.

Posted by Sweetsation Therapy on 14th Jan 2021

It is not a secret that it’s fun to make a cosmetic product. And most of us have tried to make a facial mask or a toner in their kitchen at some point. At the first sight it’s not really hard. Technically true. But would it be a safe product for use and storage, that’s another story. There are multitude of recipes can be found on youtube teaching you how to throw a few ingredients together and make a new best thing for beauty. But they are all mi...
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Step by step. How to layer your skin care products.

Posted by Sweetsation Therapy on 9th Mar 2020

According to a very popular beauty and lifestyle magazine, most of the female consumers own over 100 beauty products at any given time, but for one or another reason have no idea how to correctly use them and when to apply them. And the collection grows. The reason for all this confusion is very simple – too many products on the market. And not only many, but most of them pretty fancy, going along with very elaborate suggested routines where...
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Pigmentation and how to fight it.

Posted by Natalia & Varinia Michalun on 18th Jan 2020

Pigmentation is a normal process in the cellular activity within the skin. Hyperpigmentation results from an uneven distribution of melanin over the skin surface, either due to pigment accumulation, as in case of age spots and lentigo, or because of uneven melanin production by melanocytes, as in the case of melasma.The melanocyte cell is located in the basal layer of the epidermis. From there it projects series of ‘tentacles’, each surroun...
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