The research of the perfect balance between
natural elements and the environment.
THIS IS OUR CONCEPT OF A CLEAN AND ECO-FRIENDLY COSMETICS
ENSURING HIGH RESULTS WITH THE BEST NATURALNESS
AND THE LOWEST IMPACT ON THE ECOSYSTEM .
Vegetable extracts from all over the world are the ingredients making Bothéa a fully natural solution to every hair beauty requirement. Botanical extracts and plants selected in respect of biodiversities according to their healthy properties ensure high performances and outstanding results.
PASSION FLOWER EXTRACT from FRANCE
ACAI BERRY from BRASIL
AVOCADO OIL from KENIA
GREEN TEA EXTRACT from the FAR EAST
MONGONGO OIL from ZAMBIA
GREEN TEA EXTRACT
from the FAR EAST
PASSION FLOWER EXTRACT
Bothéa turns every cosmetic care and treatment on hair
fiber into an effective action by focusing on the pH rebalancing. In this way, results are ensured together
with high performances thanks to research and the
restoring of the hydrolipidic layer. The ultimate answer
to the requirements of today’s beauty professionals.
Products from the range Bothéa act
on the pH scale values and allow to treat
every type of hair, bringing it back to
an optimal level.
A VERY NATURAL CHOICE, PERFECT TO REALIZE EVERY TYPE OF TECHNICAL SERVICE
INCLUDING DETERSION AND CONDITIONING AIMING AT:
IMPROVING THE RESULT OF THE TECHNICAL SERVICES
Hair coloring, hair discoloring, hair bleaching, waves/perms and straightening treatments
PERFECTIONING THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR
By conveying hydration, volume, brightness and body to every type of hair
IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF YOUR SCALP
Treatments of deep cleaning to act against the anomalies of scalp.
Bothéa is synonym of eco-sustainable beauty in tune
with the elements of nature and with the environment.
Its formulations were developed to minimize the environmental impact; every ingredient is of natural
origin, therefore rapidly biodegradable. Sustainability
and effectiveness, values and positive emotions.
SLES-FREE Sodium Laureth Sulfate
High concentrations of this surfactant have a high irritating action and lead to dehydration of both scalp and hair, thereby damaging the hydrolipidic layer.
PARABEN-FREE Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, ecc.
The family of parabens is the most used group of preservatives used by the beauty industry. They are looked to as endocrine modifiers and not safe for health. However, there are no scientific evidences of this.
DEA-FREE Cocamide Dea
This surfactant derives from the reaction between fat acids from the coconut oil and diethanolamine. It is potentially dangerous if used in combination with raw materials with which it may react thereby releasing nitrosamines (carcinogenic substances).
SILICONE-FREE Dimethicone, Ciclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, ecc.
They form an invisible layer on both scalp and hair which conveys a sense of softness and a silky touch. They have no treatment properties and are not biodegradable, so they damage the environment.
MINERAL OIL-FREE Paraffinum liquidum, Mineral oil, Petrolatum
These oils, which are commonly used by the cosmetic industry, are mainly mineral fats derived from petroleum. If not carefully purified, they might contain toxic impurities.
These chemical substances are normally used to convey stable colours to products over the time. They are unnecessary to the function of the product and risk to be absorbed by skin.
Even if we are not in front of a commonly used ingredient in cosmetics, it might occur to find some traces of it anyway. There could be contaminations due to a low degree of purity of the ingredients used or to the use of tools and containers releasing it during the production stage. People allergic to nickel don’t have allergic reactions if the concentration of nickel is lower than 0.0001%. So, the recommended tolerability threshold is equal to 0.0001%. Products from the Bothéa line present a value of 0.00001%, therefore ten times lower than the recommended one.
All products from the BOTHÉA line were tested with the aim to study their effects on skin, in particular the their good skin tolerability. Tests were carried out using clinical protocols which recommended the supervision of a dermatologist.