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Aromatica skin care is one of the first Korean brands to have devoted themselves to the production of cosmetics without any harmful ingredient.
Aromatica skin care was founded by Jerry Kim, a man who knew how to risk everything to pursue a dream.
To characterize Aromatica skin care is an almost obsessive attention to the raw materials used, completely new for the Korean cosmetic market.
"We started with the aim of creating cosmetics that my family and I could safely use".
If we had followed the same path as traditional cosmetic companies, we would have produced cosmetics more easily, faster, now we would have been more popular and we would have gained more. We have remained faithful to this philosophy and have pursued the aim of making the world a better place without sacrificing safety and efficacy ".
Aromatica uses only botanical ingredients of biological origin and, in full respect of life and sustainable development, avoids using ingredients derived from endangered plants and animal origin.

The Aromatica skin care cosmetic range can claim to be completely free of:

Synthetic fragrances, potential causes of dermatitis or allergy, respiratory problems and source of phthalates (endocrine disruptors).
Sulphates (SLS, SLES, ALS, ALES), potentially irritating to skin, eyes, respiratory system and classified as toxic by many organizations.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine, often used in products for children but capable of developing, during its processing, toxic substances such as nitrosamines.
Parabens, preservatives widely used as they are cheap and antiseptic, but various studies suggest that in the long term exposure to these substances increases the risk of skin irritation and allergies as well as interfering with the hormonal system.
PEG emulsifiers: PEG emulsifiers (risk level EWG 3-4) are synthetic ingredients obtained with an ethoxylation process in which ethylene oxide can produce 1.4 dioxane (carcinogenic).
Chemical sunscreens (e.g. oxybenzone, avobenzone and ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate), dangerous substances and at risk of causing allergies and hormonal disorders.
Phenoxyethanol: a very common preservative but some studies suggest that it can cause irritation and allergies.
Mineral oils: although widely used in cosmetic products, there is controversy over whether they can damage the skin by blocking the pores and preventing it from breathing. In addition to this, the mineral oil could be contaminated with polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) during the refining process.
Silicones (Dimethicone, Dimethiconol, and Cyclopentasiloxane): although they are considered quite safe they are accused of blocking the pores of the skin and having a bad environmental impact due to their low biodegradability.
Ethanolamine: Triethanolamine (TEA), Nonethanolamine (NEA) and Diethanolamine (DEA) are substances that act as emulsifiers or pH regulators but can cause allergies, be irritating to the eyes and scalp, cause blackheads and disturb the hormonal system.
Synthetic dyes.