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Ischia, the largest of the Neapolitan islands, is known worldwide as: Green Island and Island of Eternal Youth. The two names are due to the wealth of pine forests, citrus groves and vineyards that characterize 

the island, and especially due to miraculous thermal waters, famous since ancient times; cited in Homer's Iliad and Virgil's Aeneid, as well as by Pliny and Strabo. This confirms that Thermal Waters have always been a source of health and beauty. Ischia Le terme della Bellezza has been producing natural cosmetics for years, the result of skilful and precious formulations based on thermal water with natural and precious active ingredients, such as: sweet almond oil, shea butter, lemon and orange essential oil, butcher's broom, horse chestnut, Green tea, Menthol, Ivy, Calendula, Mallow, Chamomile, Jojoba oil, Wheat germ oil, Camphor, Hop, Aloe vera, vitamins A / C / E / F etc etc .. 

Cosmetic products "Ischia The Baths of Beauty” are constantly evolving and updating. Thanks to research laboratories, which employ technicians of considerable experience, the use of carefully selected raw materials, it is possible to guarantee a highly effective product, well tolerated even by very sensitive skin, simple to use and above all not tested on animals. Cosmetics, therefore, are made with artisan care, but using the most advanced technologies. The perfect combination, of drawing from both nature and technology, has been widely rewarded by the consensus that the cosmetic line receives daily both in the enchanting microcosm of the island of Ischia and throughout the country and abroad.

Ischia The Baths of Beauty produces face creams and body products, with sweet and velvety fragrances. The enrichment in the formula of natural flavors gives well-being to the body and mind, making the use of the product extremely pleasant.

Products ISCHIA NATURAL COSMETICS do not contain parabens and are regularly tested to ensure the safety of the formulas according to the current EC Regulation 1223/2009.