Frame Magazine


While we love slathering on various skincare products for our blemishes, wrinkles, and other skin issues, we often forget that nourishing the skin from within plays a far larger role in what our skin looks like. For this reason, FRAME® has created a collection of encapsulated botanical infusions, easy to prepare every morning afternoon and evening, together with an on-the-go double-walled glass thermos with a removable steel infuser. The collection is made up of 3 sets of encapsulated infusions (Detox; Anti-Ageing and Relaxing), each set comprising selected botanical herbs for specific uses, originating exclusively in the Mediterranean region. They are the result of intense scientific research and twenty years of experience of the companies within our holding company that are specialized in plant raw materials (vegetables and herbs) and in the production of food supplements. In addition to this, FRAME’s scientific committee carries out extensive analytical work, evaluating literature and both analytical and experimental data of every single ingredient used, are then made with the utmost attention and precision in GMP (good manufacturing practice) establishments. In the supplements there is a particular attention to the synergies between active plant ingredients, extracted with innovative and exclusive methods, and “synthetic” active ingredients (for example vitamins and minerals) so that they may strike a balance that will achieve ideal integration. The goal is for the beneficial properties and effects of these plants to remain intact. As for FRAME’s herbal infusions: they consist of extracts of medicinal herbs and medicinal, aromatic plants local to the Pollino National Park. Thanks to their abundant, and potent, active ingredients, they lend themselves to fulfilling multiple roles. These extracts are cultivated using integrated agricultural practices. The difference between integrated and organic agriculture: the former has to do with choosing the most suitable soil, the selection of healthy seed or nursery plants, the planting and cultivation of the plants, and the adoption of agricultural techniques specific to plant physiology. The second excludes the use of synthetic, chemical substances and mineral fertilizers. For more information visit: