PUJOLASOS develops Visoanska Source Premiere’s cap






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Latest Pujolasos launch is a beech wood cap. It has been specially developed for Visoanka Source Premiere. “Our customer wanted a component similar to its formulas: natural, innovative and efficient. This is what we offered while developing this smooth and perfectly tight cap.” says Isabel Pujolasos, sales director of the company.

“Prodigiously efficient and with an optimal tolerance for both the face and the eyes, SOURCE PREMIERE frees the skin from the impurities and removes the makeup, even waterproo,f” explains Visoanska. “Our formula is enriched with prebiotics, minerals and oligo-elements that restore and durably protect the integrity of the cutaneous ecosystem and inhibits the growth of pathogenic microorganisms. Dermo-soothing, the application of SOURCE PREMIERE reveals a purified, smoothed glowing skin with vibrant complexion.” A similar effect to Pujolasos cap finish.

In the heart of Catalonia, Pujolasos has been offering wood components for almost half a century to perfumery and cosmetics premium and masstige brands.

 

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Latest Pujolasos launch is a beech wood cap. It has been specially developed for Visoanka Source Premiere. “Our customer wanted a component similar to its formulas: natural, innovative and efficient. This is what we offered while developing this smooth and perfectly tight cap.” says Isabel Pujolasos, sales director of the company.

“Prodigiously efficient and with an optimal tolerance for both the face and the eyes, SOURCE PREMIERE frees the skin from the impurities and removes the makeup, even waterproo,f” explains Visoanska. “Our formula is enriched with prebiotics, minerals and oligo-elements that restore and durably protect the integrity of the cutaneous ecosystem and inhibits the growth of pathogenic microorganisms. Dermo-soothing, the application of SOURCE PREMIERE reveals a purified, smoothed glowing skin with vibrant complexion.” A similar effect to Pujolasos cap finish.

In the heart of Catalonia, Pujolasos has been offering wood components for almost half a century to perfumery and cosmetics premium and masstige brands.

 

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Bottled Water vs. Alkaline Water: How Much Are You Paying?

Bottled Water vs. Alkaline Water: How Much Are You Paying?

How much money would you be willing to spend for the convenience of a bottle of water that does not necessarily contains any minerals that could benefit your body? How much would you be willing to risk your health to continue drinking bottled water? The cost of bottled water might not seem like much when you look at it on a daily basis, but what about the cost to your health? What about the dent in your wallet paying for bottled water makes over time?

We’re encouraged to drink 8 cups of water everyday at 8 ounces per cup. But these days, medical practitioners have increased that number to around 9 cups per day for women and 13 cups per day for men. Roughly, we’re advised to consume ½  a gallon of water every day. These numbers vary with age, level of activity, gender and environment but an average person needs to consume about 10 gallons of water per week.

Now, let’s compare the cost of bottled water versus alkaline water. Generally bottled water cost 2 dollars each, and a consumer will spend 130 to 780 dollars on bottled water per year, depending on whether it is delivered or if the consumer hauls the water himself. 130 dollars doesn’t seem that bad for an entire year’s worth of water considering that it’s convenient and clean, but what about over a longer period of time, like 40 years?

Over 40 years, the consumer will spend between 5,200 and 31,200 dollars on bottled water. Think about what you could buy with 5,200 dollars, or 31,200 dollars! You could buy a car just by saving the money you spent  on bottled water over 40 years.

So, how exactly do we save our money from spending unnecessarily on bottled water? Well, we can buy water filter to filter water from the tap so that we can get alkaline water instead. Generally, the price for filtered water can vary, depending on the type of filtered water system that you use.

You could spend 93 dollars on a plastic faucet mount, 150 on a pour-through pitcher, 330 on an alkaline system, 406 on Distillation, or 600 on a mid-range Reverse Osmosis system. It seems like a lot when you hit beyond 150 dollars, but over a long period of time, the initial cost is absolutely worth it.

330 dollars spent on an alkaline system doesn’t seem like much when you compare it to the cost of the system over 40 years at only 1,730 dollars. That means you spend only 1,400 dollars over 39 years on your water supply. That’s more than 3,000 dollars less than the cheapest bottled water you can find in the market.

Overall, alkaline water systems is not cheaper than bottled water but they are healthier  too as alkaline water takes out impurities like chlorine and many other harmful substance from the water, leaving you with good tasting water that benefits your health.

Author publishes all articles related to alkaline water and many more health related topics.

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Do Away With Bottled Water and Go to Tap Water

Do Away With Bottled Water and Go to Tap Water

 

Lately, there’s been major issue going on here locally where I live, and probably it goes on in a lot of other areas as well. Especially areas where drought and/or shortages are apparent. Bottled water plants. Apparently, regulatory agencies are issuing permits to allow withdrawal of water from the states water sources in the hundreds of thousands of gallons in a yearly basis.

 

The whole ironic thing about this, is that these same regulatory agencies have watering restrictions set in place for the citizens to water on only certain days of the week. The purpose of watering restrictions is to help save water, and of course, if we do not adhere to these regulations, citations are issued to homeowners if they are watering when they should not be watering. But when these environmental regulatory agencies allow businesses go up and allow them to withdraw massive volumes of water, there is something indeed wrong going on here. By allowing this, this will indeed not help our water shortages with both residence and farmers who need the same water to irrigate their crops.

 

Bottled water seem to give this perception that it’s more healthier, more pure, more better in quality than regular tap water. Some of your tap waters, especially the ones if you’re living out in a rural area on a well system, are good for you, apparently there’s something lacking in bottled water (depending on the bottled water type itself), that tap water seems to have, extra minerals, you’re tapping straight into a natural source of water itself, and it contains minerals that are good for the body. Fluoride, derived from fluorine which is the 13th most common element in the earth’s crust, is also in some tap waters (good for teeth, right?) Good for protection against cavities.

 

Also, the use of plastics in the production of bottled waters can lead to wasting plastic, due to the amount of non-environmentally conscious consumers. Also, the amount of water used in the purification process is 2 gallons to produce 1 gallon of the final product.

 

You also have to take in the account the amount of oil that is used in the transportation and manufacturing of bottled water in general. In a sense, we could even do without bottled water if you think about it.

 

Most people don’t like the taste of tap water, however there are ways to adapt and overcome the unsuitable taste. You can use a Filter Pitcher or a Faucet Filter. Also, in your travels or while in the outdoors, you can use a water bottle with a built in filter.

For more information about issues concerning bottled water. Especially with the bottled watering companies and also other environmental and energy trends, please go to: The Environmental Blog.

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The Best Eco Friendly Water Bottles

The Best Eco Friendly Water Bottles

If you are looking for eco friendly water bottles, shop for glass.  They are reusable, shatter resistant and do not leach contaminants.  Plastics are never the best choice. 

The popularity of plastic containers is somewhat amazing when you think about it.  Nothing tastes as good after it has been stored in plastic.  Yet, most of us eat and drink out of plastic containers every day.  Then, we throw them away.

24% is the current recycling rate in the US.  So, while you might recycle a bottle, at least three other people are throwing theirs in the regular trashcan.  Don’t stop recycling.  Just ask your friends to recycle, too.  And, while you’re at it, try to create less trash in your home.  It isn’t that hard to do.

Most people don’t like the taste or the smell of tap water, but drinking it is the most environmentally minded option.  It is also the most economical, costing less than 10% of the cost of buying bottled. 

If you install a home purifier and buy eco friendly water bottles made of glass, you can have something great tasting and economical in your kitchen, at all times.  You can carry them with you wherever you go. 

You’ll never need to buy another bottle of Dasani or Aquafina.  Buying from those companies doesn’t make sense, anyway.  They use public sources.  They may run it through a reverse osmosis system, but that doesn’t make it any better than what comes out of your tap. 

Reverse osmosis is old technology that does not remove the chemicals that are so prevalent in today’s surface and groundwater.  The technology was designed to remove dirt, particles, sand and minerals.  Traces of minerals are actually good for our health and more satisfying to our taste buds.  De-mineralized or distilled waters taste stale.

Once you start drinking out of eco friendly water bottles made of glass, you will notice the difference.  We get used to the taste of plastic, after a while, and we don’t notice it.  But, when we stop and then go back, we wonder how we could have ever stomached it. 

The same thing is true for people that get used to drinking chlorinated tap-water.  It tastes okay, but once they install a purifier and taste the difference, they never want to go back.  So, buy a purifier and bottle your own in eco friendly water bottles made of glass.  That’s your best choice.

Bob Goodhand is an advocate for home and personal water purification systems to protect and promote healthy living. Visit his site at http://natural-purified-water.com/
to discover the drinking water filters that Bob recommends.

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