Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgery had its beginnings by surgeons in America in the first part of the 19th century. In the first world war, cosmetic surgery was carried out to wounded soldiers of the war to rebuild the damage caused. Was performed several surgeries, such as skin on skin graft burned, the darning a fracture of jaw, etc. Today, cosmetic surgery has become more advanced. According to the facts the current aesthetic surgery, is used not only for the restoration of any malformations of the body caused by accidents, but is also used to improve the appearance. What is cosmetic surgery? Cosmetic surgery can be defined as a method of correction or restoration of any part of the body. Initially, was carried out in those who had suffered from any serious burns, have an injury in any part of the body, or born with some brands of ugly birth or physical defects.

Many people are not happy with certain features of your body. So you want to change the shape or size of that function to improve its appearance. This change can be carried out successfully with the help of cosmetic surgery. Data of aesthetic surgery there are many different techniques that are used in cosmetic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is a type of surgery aesthetic that is carried out in order to repair any deep wound or distorted body parts occurred due to a surgery, disease, injury or birth.

This type of problem is a serious concern for those who really have them. Sometimes, it seriously affects the self confidence of a person. In other cases, this type of mark can limit socialization, in particular getting a job for them, or they prevent them from doing some of the activities that they would like to enjoy. Facial rejuvenation is also a common surgery today, which help a person who is trying to see more thin and more youthful.

Madara Ecocosmetics

The revolution and the luxury of the cosmetics of the Baltic reaches the hand of cosmetic laboratories Iberstetic Madara Spain ecocosmetics: line of eco responsible products with natural ingredients based on herbal medicine, without forgetting the basic principles of beauty and cosmetics, such as effectiveness, balance, harmony and pleasure. Madara concentrates all these benefits in its motto: deeper than the skin. Madara ecocosmetics is a brand of high quality for the skin care of organic cosmetic products made with organic ingredients from the flowers and plants of the prairies of the Baltic Sea. MADARA comes from Latvia, a small country in the Baltic region, which has preserved many unspoilt places, as well as a wide variety of flowers and plants. Summers in this region are much shorter and severe, and why the plants are forced to concentrate all their energies in the short period in flower to attract bees and survive until next summer. As a result, flowers and herbs that have grown up in these latitudes, are especially rich in active ingredients and extracts, and for that reason are used in the manufacture of cosmetics MADARA, which provide a greater force and effectiveness. All Madara products are certified according to international standard ecocertque ensures that 95% of the ingredients are natural, vegetal, without perfumes or dyes, or synthetic preservatives.

Madara ecocosmetics in the year 2011 is present in more than 28 international markets: Latvia, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, France, Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium. Ireland, England, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Japan, Korea, USA, Canada, Mexico, and now in Spain thanks to cosmetic laboratories IBERSTETIC, that have the exclusive distribution and marketing of MADARA in Spain. Madara has gone wind aft winning numerous awards for their design and quality of products eco cosmetics certified by Ecocert, with lines: facial, body, children (babies), hair and hands. Madara ecocosmetics has been awarded with prestigious international awards:-Cosmo Beauty Award 2010: best product 2010: milk cleaner Madara – Best Business Reputation Awards 2009: best green company in Latvia. -Design Management Europe Awards 2008: innovation and best product design award. -Shape Beauty Awards 2008: best eco-friendly product. Family Madara: ecoface: line of natural products for facial care with appropriate and specific to each type of skin treatments: moisturizing day and night, regenerating cleansing, tonic, ecoeyes: (new): eye contour line: reaffirms and repair ecobody: body care line made with natural ingredients certified by ECOCERT, for specific treatments of the body skin as cellulite, stretch marks, dry which help to moisturize, revitalize, reaffirm and restore healthy and youthful appearance of the skin. ecobaby (new): a range of delicate skin of baby approved by ECOCERT magical products: products dermatologically tested, soft to the eyes of the baby, not irritating, without added perfumes.

Potential Endocrine Disruptors

Hormones control many processes in the body, for example, how it develops the fetus within the uterus or how mature our organism. Hormones are also essential for the normal functioning of the genitals in men as in women. External factors, such as stress and chemicals, can affect our endocrine system. Some external chemical substances have the same effect on our organism that natural body hormones, while others affect our level of natural hormones. The latter are known as endocrine disruptors. There are a lot of different endocrine disruptors and especially phthalates, dioxins, PCBs, Nonylphenol and Bisphenol a compounds is in focus when speaking of endocrine disrupters. Many of the substances are prohibited due to the known effects. However, some suspicious chemicals are still used for example be endocrine disruptors in cosmetics, personal care products, food and plastics, and for both these substances can potentially influence some of the vital processes in our body.

Parabens in cosmetics to some of the most known and discussed, chemicals that are suspected of being endocrine disrupters, are parabens. Parabens are a group of chemicals that act as preservatives. Used, among other things, cosmetics, hygiene products and food to prolong its durability. Six different parabens are used in cosmetic products: methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben isopropylparaben, isobutylparaben four of these six substances are included in the list of the European Union of substances suspected of being endocrine disruptors (below you can find the list of EU priorities). These four compounds are: Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben and Butylparaben. These are classified by the EU as category 1, this means, that in trials with animals displayed clear signs of properties of endocrine disruption. Isobutylparaben, Isopropylparaben, and the other two still they have not been evaluated in the list of priorities of the EU. How can potentially harm us parabens and other endocrine disruptors?