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Fruit derived cosmetics

Fruit derived cosmetics

All our products contain a "Fruit Derived Cosmetic" Stamp on their labels. 
Fruit derived cosmetics, what does it mean?
We are so passionated about fruit universe, delicious aromas, beneficial blend of vitamins, powerful antioxidants and vibrant colours that we decided to create a product that could bring all this entire world of benefits to your skin daily. 
We want to explore maximally all the benefits that our product could contribute to the skin. 
Inside a cosmetic bottle we have many ingredients that are there with the only and simple purpose of executing a certain function, they will not necessarily add any benefit to the skin. When we replace these ordinary ingredients by a fruit derived ingredient we have much greater chances of giving nutrients that even minimally will help to maintain a healthier skin. 
Instead of using simply water (Water, we love you also - but...) we use Fruit Hydrosol that is gently astringent and has toning qualities.
Instead of using a conventional thickener gum, we use a polysaccharide derived from a exotic fruit, that will help to balance water levels and will give a hydration plus.
We need a preservative to avoid bacteria growth, right? Right, but why don't we use a natural blend of preservatives with coconut extract that will help to give a preservation boost and still can provide moisturizing and conditioning benefits.
Fruits are the best source of antioxidants, so why would we use a product with a synthetic antioxidant, if we can take advantage of superfruits that work perfectly on this function.
Why would we rather use a boring unscented and colorless mineral oil, if we have a massive variety of colorful-richy-emolient fruit carrier oils available.

Doesn't it make sense? At least for Frutose's Team it does.
We use only ingredients that are derived directly or indirectly from fruit sources, natural blends of ingredients that contain at least one ingredient derived from fruit or ingredients which may not be derived from fruit sources, but which are recognized to be present in fruits.
Isn't that cool?

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