THE BLUE BLOWER
THE ICON OF NAPURA TREATMENTS
WITH BLUE VIALS FOR YOUR HEAD
The Blue Vial for over 20 years
In 2001, when Procosmet was founded and the Napura Brand was born, the owner had an idea for the head that seemed crazy: to make a blue vial for Essential Oils that would mark a turning point in Skin and Hair Treatments in cosmetics.
No one believed that vial could be made. At that time there were only amber, transparent or green vials.
Blue belonged to another world.
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SUCH STORIES REMAIN IN TIME
How it was born
And it was by tapping into another world, that of neon lighting, that the owner succeeded, with tenacity and perseverance, after tests and trials, failures and new attempts, in making the first blue glass vial that would be recognized as the world's first patented container to keep and store "pure" the precious synergies of Essential Oils and exclusive Active Ingredients that nature has made available to us.
PRECIOUS SYNERGIES FROM NATURE
The Essential Oils
Since the filing of the patent in 2001, more than 20 years have passed, and today, as then, one of Napura's strengths remains the Blue Vial, designed, conceived, patented and manufactured to preserve and keep intact the performance of the precious active ingredients stored in it, given the high economic value and purity of the raw materials.
THE BLUE BIRD.
The Icon of Napura Treatments
Essential oils are very volatile, meaning they evaporate when exposed to air or light. That is why it is important to protect them with specific precautions, especially if they are in pure form. Blue glass, derived from cobalt, in fact, provides the highest degree of light inhibition compared to all other types of glass (clear, green and amber) and protects photosensitive substances such as Essential Oils and other more delicate ingredients.
It also boasts natural antiseptic properties.
LESSONS FROM THE PAST
Blue glass in history
Since the past, great civilizations have attributed special powers to objects and vessels made of blue glass. Cobalt blue glass was used to make jewelry and other decorative objects as it was thought to have magical powers, such as warding off evil spirits, healing, or bringing good luck.
Compared with translucent amber, green, and clear glass, blue glass provides maximum protection from photosensitive substances, reduced degradation processes of the contents, helping to preserve the quality of ingredients, and minimizing or completely nullifying their biological activity.
Glass, a sustainable raw material
Glass is a natural material and 100% recyclable without compromising its quality.
It can be recycled indefinitely and using the residue of recycled glass instead of virgin glass saves tremendous energy.
We too can contribute to the flow of the circular economy by sorting properly.
WE DIFFERENTIATE CORRECTLY
Did you know.
Commodity analysis shows that glass represents a minimal component of waste. In fact, out of the total waste generated it is present in a percentage of about 6 percent, but it is interesting in that it it is a pollutant-free material and is recyclable countless times.
With 70% recycled glass, it produces 20% less CO2, the main culprit of atmospheric pollution, and saves 50% water!