Frame® Cosmetics


Years of research and collaborations with universities and private laboratories operating in the Mediterranean area have helped to shape our experience and to define our unique, personal approach: to consider ageing not as a disease, to be feared and combated, but as a phase of life, in which health and beauty must be preserved with products, rituals and virtuous attitudes capable of combining care and pleasure, in the style and form of the Mediterranean culture of well-being.

HOW WE’RE UNIQUE:

While other companies have focused on the simplification of their efforts and the standardization of their offers in order to conquer an ever vaster market, FRAME® has made the opposite choice: to welcome complexities and differences and make them manageable, attempting to respond to the specific characteristics and needs of each individual.

 

 

ABOUT FRAME:
The Mediterranean diet is inscribed among UNESCOs Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2013, in recognition of its correlation with a better and longer quality of life.
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THE SCIENTIFIC BOARD:
The FRAME® management board has appointed a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), composed of some of the most pre-eminent Italian scientists, clinicians and health professionals.
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FRAME MAGAZINE


WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR CELLS AS YOU AGE AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT ?

Your cells are the building blocks of your very existence. Keeping them healthy and humming is the key to staving off aging and disease. Here’s what you should know. We’re used to thinking about our health on a macro level. We often consider blood pressure readings or temperatures or weight to gauge our health. But scientists know that health is really determined by the very building blocks of your body: your cells.
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ARE NATURALS BETTER FOR COMPROMISED SKIN ?

As you might expect, when topicals are formulated correctly, they can be just what the doctor ordered for skin care. But research from Burt's Bees has shown that natural products, often scrutinized for their allergic potential, can successfully treat compromised skin—and may be more effective than dermatologist-recommended synthetic regimens for atopic dermatitis and rosacea. In this podcast interview, Rachel Grabenhofer spoke with Hemali Gunt, Ph.D., head of clinical and scientific affairs for Burt's Bees R&D, and Patrice Sherman, global public relations manager for the company.
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CAN WE LIVE LONGER BUT STAY YOUNGER ?

With greater longevity, the quest to avoid the infirmities of aging is more urgent than ever. Aging, like bankruptcy in Hemingway’s description, happens two ways, slowly and then all at once. The slow way is the familiar one: decades pass with little sense of internal change, middle age arrives with only a slight slowing down—a name lost, a lumbar ache, a sprinkling of white hairs and eye wrinkles.
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