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German dermatologists argue that Collonil could replace cosmetics for human leather
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German dermatologists argue that Collonil could replace cosmetics for human leather

The German company Collonil, producing cosmetics for shoes, has proven that its products are environmentally friendly and as safe as possible for humans.

An independent study showed that the means Collonil could replace cosmetics for human leather. This conclusion was made by German dermatologists, who studied the effect of chemicals used by humans in everyday life on their leather.

It turned out that, for example, creams and lotions Collonil in composition, they are largely similar to the care products of most well-known cosmetic brands and contain all the necessary elements for deep moisturizing, nourishing and protecting the leather from external influences. The composition of its cosmetics Collonil includes a variety of natural oils - jojoba, almond, cedar, aloe true and others.

In addition, all funds created by laboratory specialists Collonilpass strict dermatological control, which reduces the risk of allergic reactions and makes them practically safe for the environment.

Employees Collonil the results of the study are not surprised. According to them, when developing new products, they proceed from the fact that the leather of which the shoes are made should receive the same care and protection as human leather.

Brand History Collonil has more than a hundred years. Current products Collonil sold in more than 120 countries of the world and includes all types of shoe care products, brushes, shoelaces, insoles, hosiery, as well as household products for the care of all types of leather, textile and synthetic materials .

In Russia, products Collonil sold from 1996 year.

The German company Collonil, which produces cosmetics for shoes, has proven that its products are environmentally friendly and as safe as possible for humans. An independent study showed that ...
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