These days, more individuals are getting mindful of the idea of quality products and are burning through cash on the cosmetics that adhere to their religious and social convictions. Customers will keep on scanning for high quality and halal products.
The National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health studies found over 800 toxic ingredients in skin care products. Over 700 toxic ingredients of them caused the acute toxic effects and over 300 toxic ingredients caused the developmental abnormalities. These chemicals may absorb into our body three times faster than water.
Based on the study conducted by the Environmental Working Group, women put an average of 168 chemicals on their body every day, while men apply them fewer items, around 85 chemicals. It’s no big surprise for people to look for more natural ingredients, as numerous chemicals are contained in most of cosmetics.
In order for C&B Global Sdn Bhd to develop the Halal cosmetics business in the global Halal industry, we collaborate with Korean cosmetic company C&B Cosmetic which formulates their skin care products with natural and organic ingredients. Three types of natural and organic ingredients have been selected for their products, which are caviar, abalone, and natural seed.
Caviar has been called “black diamond of the ocean”. Only the imperial family could enjoy this great dish in old times. Caviar contains 20 times higher pure energy than human skin cells. Essential protein, amino acid and fatty acid are indispensable for the skin. Caviar protects the sensitive and irritated skin and continuously maintains the elasticity of skin. It is also highly effective in anti-aging.
Another example of organic ingredient is abalone. Abalone has full of vital contents such as minerals, protein, amino acids, and essential fatty acids, especially “Mucin” in abalone promotes skin vitality and helps you regain the soft and elastic skin.
Natural seeds are used for Miesoo products. Miesoo can accelerate your cellular turnover and keep the new skin cells flourishing to the surface. The circulation of a seed is to grow, bloom, bear fruit and return to a seed. All these circulations are based on Yin-Yang School and the principle of coexistence.