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  July 29, 2020

Crystals in skincare

A new new-age movement has been growing in society. We see an increasing number of people interested in spirituality and self-care methods. It can take the form of personal development to find your life mission, tarot reading to develop your intuition or lithotherapy for energy healing with crystals. 

It wasn’t long before the beauty industry saw benefits in incorporating some of these methods to its products. Indeed, the frontier between beauty and wellness is thiner than ever, and consumers are more inclined to buy beauty products that have a self-care or wellness attribute to them. 

This explain the growing number of skincare brands using crystals as an ingredient or marketing element for their products. 

Kuwait’s skincare brand Prismologie combines the science of colour with the healing property of stones. Each product is a blend of gemstone, fragrances and natural actives. For example, one of their cult products is Pink’O’Clock, a hand cream that combines Rose Quartz and Arctic Rose extracts.

Each product in the själ range is ‘charged’ with precious minerals including gold, silver, copper, platinum and germanium in both liquid and solid form. In addition to precious minerals, själ incorporates gemstones such as diamond, blue sapphire, ruby, amethyst, citrine, and tourmaline, which naturally vibrate at a higher frequency promoting increased cellular energy, microcirculation and clarity.

Skincare manufactured and handcrafted in small batches in-house in Zürich made from a blend of organic botanicals, natural clays and precious gemstone minerals.

Knowing that everything we put on our skin quickly absorbs into our bodies, Herbivore Botanicals ethically sources raw natural materials the earth has to offer. With ingredients ranging from French pink clay to Brazilian gemstones, treatments combine essential vitamins, minerals, and botanicals.

Spagyric crystal tinctures (liquid gems and crystals prepared using ancient alchemical techniques over a 12 month period) are used to supercharge Aeos skincare products to help deliver therapeutic effects for body, mind and soul alike. 

Aquarian Soul is an apothecary offering handcrafted products made of plants and crystals. The founder of the company, Ally Sands, hand selects every crystal that goes into the formulas and only sources them from ethical businesses.

If you want to learn more about trends and innovative ideas from around the world, feel free to contact us !

   Monia MERABET

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