- MINIMUM 98% RAW MATERIALS OF NATURAL ORIGIN
- PLANT HYDROSOLS INSTEAD OF ORDINARY WATER
- 100% VEGETARIAN INGREDIENTS
- RECOMMENDED FOR VEGANS
- DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
D’ALCHÉMY products contain highly effective, exclusively natural and organic active substances of optimal concentrations, which work synergistically in perfect harmony with the skin, minimizing the risk of allergy. The effects of key active ingredients have been confirmed in clinical studies.
D’ALCHÉMY formulae are based on plant hydrosols instead of the pure water used in conventional cosmetics. Extra-virgin oils and selected extracts from plants grown organically also contribute to the exceptional effectiveness of our products. Their action is enhanced by the use of carefully selected and naturally pure essential oils which are the most valuable in aromatherapy and actively affect the skin cells.
Out of respect and care for the health, environment and living organisms, D’ALCHÉMY cosmetics are not only free from potentially harmful synthetic substances but also free from any animal-derived ingredients, i.e., derived from living or dead animals (e.g., collagen, caviar, lanolin) as well as produced by animals (e.g., honey, milk). In addition, none of D’ALCHÉMY preparations or the raw materials used in their production have been tested on animals. This is why D’ALCHÉMY products are recommended for both vegans and vegetarians.
D’ALCHÉMY – 100% VEGAN friendly.
The high bio-vitality and microbiological stability of D’ALCHÉMY preparations are guaranteed by innovative packaging made of special biophotonic glass. The source of the unique advantages of biophotonic glass is its colour. The colour of glass determines the wavelength of light that can penetrate through it. Violet glass (so dark that it seems to be black) is called biophotonic glass. Biophotonic glass works perfectly, blocking almost the entire spectrum of visible radiation, except for violet waves. The relationship between the cells of living organisms and the emission and absorption of light is studied as part of the scientific discipline called biophotonics.