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Ecomaat cosmetics organic skincare

What do Ecomaat use to create organically pure cosmetics.... and why.....?

The healing properties of naturally occurring medicinal plants have been known and utilised by humans since ancient times, dating back millennia - the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians. Combining knowledge gained over time with modern science and technologies, now you can experience... clean, natural and active skincare.

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Aromatherapy against viral infections


In this period of widespread viral infections, aromatherapy, and in particular the use of essential oils, can help reduce or in certain circumstances eliminate the possibility of infection, as well as helping relieve symptoms and restoring the body.

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Acne skin care

Acne treatment is one of the most recent challenges associated with modern day skincare...

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La Vie en Rose... beauty from within...

Rose capsules concentrate the most valuable ingredients of Bulgarian rose oil and rose-hip, powerful antioxidants that slows down the ageing process...

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2020 Rose harvest

And so it begins....

in time honoured tradition, starting at 04:00 before sunrise... Ecomaat rose blossom collection,

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How to have a luxurious Spa day at home

Seek comfort in pure organic products transform your bathroom into an “at-home spa sanctuary."

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Essential oils - Ecomaat organic


Increasingly there are a number of products claiming to be or to contain organic essential oils. These range significantly in price and quality and are commonly found in high street skin care, cosmetics, aromatherapy, and other products.


Many of these products do not use 100% pure essential oils, often using synthetic chemical fragrant substitutes to dilute or replace more expensive essential oil extracts. 

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Aromatherapy for skin rejuvenation


Over the years ageing begins to slow down the regenerative processes in the skin. Fibroblasts reduce the production of collagen and elastin...

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