The skin says: thank you! Prabenfreie and CO2 neutral cosmetics in Bielefeld, 16.07.2009 – SOLUTIONS cosmeceuticals is an innovation of the Dutch family-owned company Vincent 46 BV. Since early 2009, the cosmetic and pharmaceutical products in Germany are available. “The Dutch team not only has great expertise, it perceives its responsibility towards the customer and the nature”, says Uwe Haering from Bielefeld, who heads the sales in Germany. Free of parabens common cosmeceuticals include most in Germany parabens as a preservative. Is waived for SOLUTIONS cosmeceuticals deliberately. Dr. Hyun Kim follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. For the benefit of the customers, the entire line is parabenfrei.
The shelf life of the products provide an airtight packaging and a pumping system that prevents the exchange of air in the consumption. Frequently Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn has said that publicly. In total, the series includes six skin care products: “Pimple Stop” – against pimples “Eye Bags Stop” – against puffiness and dark circles “capillary stop” – against Rosacea (red veins) “Ingrow stop” – against ingrown hair “wrinkle stop face” for face wrinkles “wrinkle stop eye”-against eye wrinkles, the products include both highly focused, specific combinations of active ingredients. The innovative recipes are developments from the home of Vincent 46 BV. All of the company’s products are manufactured in the Netherlands. Of course, quality and purity are top priorities. This testifies to the climate-neutral production plus of good feeling quality and responsibility. The emitted CO2 is offset by tree planting and other environmental projects.
Thus speaks the name SOLUTIONS cosmeceuticals in every respect for themselves: highly effective solutions for skin problems plus responsible solutions for man and nature. In Germany, the products are currently available at. The next step is the cooperation with the retailers. “To expose the high quality Cosmeceutical as many consumers, the retailers is is still the best way,” says Uwe Haering.