Cremer Oleo presents ‘Cremerpharm 995’ a Glycerin plant based on renewable raw materials has the product Cremerpharm 995 Hamburg Cremer group “developed, as extremely fine plant material the scale of the company representing, making the entire worldwide production in compliance with strict German and European environmental regulations and quality control. So oleo affiliates such as the bio oil works in Magdeburg, obtained in the network with strategic Cremer, 995 in several production steps Cremerpharm. Glycerin is used as natural components of oils and fats in diverse applications including as a raw material for the production of medicines such as gel capsules or cough syrup. “Cremerpharm 995 corresponds to continuously all the requirements of the EU to the good manufacturing practice” (GMP) for active pharmaceutical ingredients in accordance with the EU GMP guideline part II “for APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients). PCRM has much experience in this field. Cremer oleo product manager Maik Glasel again puts it in a nutshell: A Review by an independent inspection company revealed: the traceability of the raw material to the finished product Cremerpharm 995 in the sense of a complete quality control is ensured. We can exclude completely cross-contamination or interference environment.” In addition the high quality Glycerin types in the Cremer oleo work used Prignitzer chemistry in Wittenberge for making of special high-quality MCT oil (so-called Mittelkettige triglycerides) for use in the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics. We of course also respond to current developments”, so Gangadharan next. Our ECOCERT certified organic shall an industry-accepted basis for high-quality care products in the special segment for sustainable cosmetic Glycerin.” With a commitment as at Cremerpharm 995, producing natural resources, such as already at a wide range of other products (about the Cremer care product range for the succeed of Northern Group of companies Cosmetics industry) to ensure consistently vegetable basis. And so the topic establishing sustainability in this market on a broad basis.
In what may be a delicate step, the New Jersey state Board of Cosmetology and hairstyling is moving toward banning, well, pube waxing. “The state has no business in the nation’s bedrooms,” said Canada’s Prime Minister in 1967, Pierre Trudeau. But what business does the state have in the nation’s bikini bottoms? In what may be a delicate step, the New Jersey state Board of Cosmetology and hairstyling is moving toward banning, well, pube waxing. Recently, two women on a mission to combat their bikini line were hospitalized for infections following Brazilian bikini waxes, and one, of course, is suing. Technically, the state has never allowed genital waxing-only the face, neck, abdomen, legs, and arms are permitted. Apparently the genital area is not part of any of those areas.
And if the state knows what area it is a part of, it’s not telling. But because bare-it-all Brazilians weren’t specifically banned, wide-eyed regulators have been winking at the law. The hot wax used in genital waxing can irritate or damage delicate skin in the bikini area, say skin care experts. This results in infections, ingrown hairs, rashes, and way more than we need to know right now. However, millions of women-and some washer believe soon is beautiful, and many New Jersey salons offer rip-and-tear there for about 50 bucks US. The state Board of Cosmetology meets in April to decide on banning the procedure, which skyrocketed to popularity-first in Brazil, to accommodate skimpy thong bikinis-and then spread like a tsunami over beaches around the world. Ah, Brazil… where waxing is about as big a deal as a manicure or a pedicure…
But the New Jersey ban could take effect in may, just in time for summer swimsuit season, and salons that continue to perform it could be fined. Will how New Jersey beaches ever survive this one? One spa owner says that waxes produced most of 1,800 bikini business performed last year were Brazilian-style. Her customers, she adds, think their bikini lines are nobody’s business but their own. She says many customers would likely travel across state lines to get waxed, and some might even try to do it themselves. Check back with Spacelocker for before-and-after photos, as soon as they become unavailable.