Grown alchemist was born, far away in Australia, with a mission: to demonstrate that you can achieve healthy and beautiful skin without using harmful chemicals. In that continent they know a lot about skin care: the population's exposure to the sun and external agents is very high; therefore, they have had the opportunity to see how the skin ages and how it can go hand in hand with Nature to care for it.
This is the first Australian cosmetics brand we have in Laconicum. We have been slow to find a firm that was all we were looking for: Grown Alchemist, Created by Keston and Jeremy Mujis, it is.
This brand represents a new generation of cosmetic formulas; Grown alchemist handles words like collagen, elastin, peptides, hyaluronic acid, or antioxidants. All this that sounds like a Chemistry lesson is a Natural Sciences lesson. They are still natural substances that are in our body and that, over time, we lose. The challenge is to recover them, because they are what provide elasticity, smoothness and health to the skin.
The products of Grown alchemist They use these certified botanical ingredients to improve the texture and appearance of the skin. His commitment to organic ingredients is very firm: they have a high number of antioxidants, vitamins, mineral salts, amino acids and essential fats. The presence of these nutrients is key to cell regeneration. Also, being free of chemical fertilizers or pesticides that can be absorbed through the skin, eliminate any health risk. A team of chemists based in Paris, London and Australia works for everything, where this brand's headquarters are located and from where they are making the world fall in love.
The products of Grown alchemist They are not tested on animals and are devoid of any animal ingredients. In addition, its aluminum and amber glass containers ensure that the ingredients are not spread by air, sun or chemicals. Thanks to their packaging, which is of course recyclable, the products remain as powerful as the day they were created.
All these reasons have led to Grown alchemist to Laconicum. How lucky we are.