Responsible skin care products and anti-ageing solutions that do not compromise health for beauty is our commitment to sustainable ageing. Qi beauty products contain natural and organic ingredients. Active ingredients found in Qi beauty’s ActiV88 skin care formulas have been crafted based on biological compounds, designed to mimic the body’s naturally occurring anti-ageing defences.
Qi beauty is committed to protecting animals and does not condone animal testing or palm oil additives in any products. Qi beauty Women are committed to responsible beauty choices for themselves, their family and the environment around them.
To make informed decisions regarding your health, beauty and wellbeing choices, understand first what you are committing to. Qi beauty is committed to sustainable, responsible and beautiful age control.
What you need to know
Paraben: A preservative commonly used in cosmetics and food primarily for their bactericidal and fungicidal properties. Paraben’s are becoming increasingly controversial as they have displayed the ability to mimic oestrogen.
Palm Oil: The use of Palm oil in cosmetics, food products and household products is questionable as the manufacturing of the Oil for commercial uses is the primary contributor to deforestation, almost 30 square miles are felled daily, and the loss of natural habitat for the Orangutang, tigers, sun bears and the indigenous tribes.*
Sulfates: A known irritant commonly found in shampoos, body washes and make up removers. Sulfate’s are known as a surfactant, effectively removing grease and other variables like make up from surfaces.
Ethoxylate: Is regarded as an unclassifiable Carcinogen by the WHO, short term effects if absorbed through the skin may be toxic, long term effects include interference with, the ability to mimic or block hormones.
Silicone: Most commonly used in haircare products for its water-binding ability and tendency to leave a smooth, silky feeling.
DEA: Used as a foaming agent when coupled with detergents, DEA was found to contribute to the development of Tumours in 1999 clinical trials (NTP) in laboratory animals.