NEW YORK, Aug. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Pure Origin Research Lab, a cosmetics research company, said it has successfully completed a one-year 'Toxin Free Project'.
Since July 2017, the Project has proven that mineral and certain daily cleansing routine have positive effects on removing the toxin deep inside the skin. Twenty participants in their 20s and 30s would use 50 different types of toxin-release products for a year in separated groups and each group followed their designated skin care guidelines to regularly measure toxin emission indicators such as fine dust, heavy metals, and cosmetic residue.
The results showed that DEMAR3 / vit roise creme countered the negative effects of toxic emissions. It helped reduce wrinkles by 38%, improve skin tone by 67%, reduce pore size by 29%, and reduce sebum by 56% in 28 days. A common ingredient found in detoxifying products were combinations of minerals from hot spring water and herbal extracts. In particular, hot spring water rich in natural minerals such as calcium, selenium, and magnesium, showed a significant improvement on skin.
Designated skin care guidelines included detoxifying cleanser, two to three times a week detoxifying baths, one or two detoxifying gypsum packs per week, and skin reinforcement using toxin-free cosmetics. A weekly detoxifying cleanser application was the most effective method for toxin release for skin.
"We will systematize skin-care methods to detoxify the skin, including removing fine dust, heavy metals, chemical components, and cosmetic residues," said Harris Andrew, general manager of Pure Origin Research Lab. "I hope many women will be interested in toxin-free."
About Pure Origin Research Lab
Pure Origin Research Lab is a cosmetic raw material research company. Founded in 2016 it provides services such as raw material research and cosmetic material contents analyzing services through producing videos. Its creative contents mesmerize women 20s-30s and Toxin-Free videos are boosting great engagement in social media.
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