puroBIO FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Welcome to the FAQ section of centoBIO Cosmetics!

We know that every lover of natural and organic beauty has curiosities and doubts when it comes to choosing the right products for their skin.

For this reason, we have collected here the most frequently asked questions we receive from our community.

From information on our natural ingredients, to instructions on how to best use our products, through to advice on the most suitable beauty routines for you: here you will find a mine of useful information.

If you can’t find the answer to your question, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team is always ready to assist you and provide you with all the information you need.

Some puroBIO products are suitable for vegans, others are not. Always check the label and the logos there.

All puroBIO products are certified organic according to CCPB and AIAB specifications.

The Nickel Tested logo is, by company choice, applied to all products except pencils. On the latter, it is not affixed because the value may fluctuate differently depending on the colouring of the pencil.

Sensitivity is a variable condition and subject to several causes. We recommend performing a sensitivity test before use. If it is not positive, we recommend that you investigate the causes of your sensitivity and evaluate the use of cosmetic products with your doctor. Some puroBIO products are also dermatologically tested…

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We advise allergy sufferers to carry out a sensitivity test before using the product. The test is performed as follows: – Apply a small amount of product to a clean area of the upper forearm – Keep the area clean and dry. If no irritation develops after 24 hours, the…

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No cosmetic can be called Nickel Free. This is an untrue claim as nickel is a ubiquitous metal and by its nature can also be present in traces due to production residues.All our products are tested for nickel on every production batch to monitor its level and ensure transparency to…

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All puroBIO products are tested for Nickel and the test is carried out on every production batch.The Nickel Tested logo by company choice is applied to all products except pencils. On the latter, it is not affixed because the value may fluctuate differently depending on the colouring of the pencil.On…

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All puroBIO products are dermatologically tested and eye products are also ophthalmologically tested.

puroBIO products have a high percentage of ingredients of natural origin and among these, where necessary, we can find ingredients derived from palm oil. The company is always strongly committed to selecting, where present and unavoidable, palm oil derivatives from RSPO-controlled sources.

C15-19 ALKANE are light oils of 100% natural origin (obtained from RSPO palm) that are highly biodegradable. It is a plant-based alternative to silicones for cool, gliding touch combined with a silky, sensory effect. It possesses softening and emollient properties.

Yes, Iron Oxide pigment is one of the pigments of mineral origin used in our products.

Titanium dioxide is a pigment used in cosmetics as a shielding agent to provide physical protection from sunlight. It is normally used in MICRO form, but can also be found in NANO form. If nano is used, it is mandatory to specify the nature of the particles (nano particles) in…

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puroBIO products are formulated and designed to minimise the presence of allergens. However, where they are present, they are indicated in the INCI list and are usually the last on the list. All our labels are updated according to Regulation 1545/2023, which extends the list of allergens mentioned in the…

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You can find the list of ingredients on the product label and also on the carton there where present. Otherwise you can also find them on our website in the tabs of each product. Remember that it is essential to read the INCI list and check that there are no…

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All puroBIO cosmetic products are tested only for nickel and no tests are performed on other heavy metals such as lead and cobalt. Tests performed on each batch of products put on the market ensure low levels of nickel that do not generate allergy or sensitization phenomena.

If it is a food allergy/intolerance there is no problem, but if the allergy is skin type it is essential to read the INCI list and check for allergenic ingredients. In any case, we always recommend asking your allergist or primary care physician and performing a 48H sensitivity test before…

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puroBIO products do not contain gluten although within some products, the presence of hydrolyzed wheat protein is indicated. It is now proven that cosmetics and cleansers are generally not harmful to people with celiac disease or those suffering from dermatitis herpetiformis, even if they contain gluten, since their use is…

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You can safely use the mask every time you wash your hair.

Covering dark spots on the face requires a combination of make-up techniques and the use of the right products. Start with a well cleansed and moisturised skin. A good moisturising cream adapted to your skin’s needs can help achieve a better result. Primer: apply a primer to create a smooth…

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You can use it in 3 ways: – As a finishing, last step after styling to reduce electrostaticity – As a daily treatment/shampoo after you brush your hair or at night before going to bed for extra nourishment – On wet hair before styling to discipline, nourish and protect hair…

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The conditioner is a lighter, moisturising treatment that detangles the hair; the mask is the specific treatment chosen according to one’s needs and hair type.

We recommend doing the mask at least twice a week. There are no contraindications if you want to do it every day.

The face mask can be chosen either according to one’s own skin type or according to the needs of our skin. An oily skin may need hydration just as a dry skin may need anti-impurity ingredients.

You have to know your skin well and treat it with gentle products. See routines by skin type

The only essential and indispensable steps in the skincare routine are:- cleansing- hydration- protection If we prefer to implement a complete skincare routine, the recommended products are:- Makeup Remover- Sunset- water-based sebum-normalising serum or gotu- eye contour gel, cream or gotu- cream oily, mature, dry, normal skin, gotu- Elasticising illuminating…

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The eyelid area should always be avoided unless otherwise specified. The eye contour should always be treated with a product specific to the area.

If it is a water-based serum before the cream, if it is oil-based as the last step of the skincare routine.

Cream and serum are skin care products that differ in terms of consistency, ingredients, function and method of application. Here are some of the main differences between the two: 1. Consistency and formulation: – serum usually has a light, fluid consistency, often resembling a gel or a slightly viscous liquid.…

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The use of lip pencils as eyeliner or kajal depends on your skin tolerance/sensitivity. However, it is important to take some differences between the products into account: Eye pencils undergo specific ophthalmological tests because the area around the eyes is particularly sensitive and prone to irritation. In contrast, lip pencils…

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Yes, you can apply eye shadows in pods form with your fingers. This method can offer several advantages. Control and sensitivity: fingers can give you more control over the application, allowing you to feel exactly how much product you are applying and where you are distributing it. Intensity of colour:…

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When choosing eye shadow colours to match your eye colour, the basic rule is to choose the shade you feel comfortable with and prefer. Beauty and make-up are above all personal expressions, so your comfort and preferences should always come first. Although the final choice is based on your taste,…

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Choosing the right shade of lipstick for you is a very personal matter and depends mainly on your preferences and needs. Here are some tips to guide you in your choice: Consider your skin tone: some colours tend to enhance certain skin tones better. For example, warm lipstick tones often…

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Choosing the right foundation according to your skin type is crucial to achieving optimal evenness and ensuring the well-being of your skin. Here are some tips on how to make the right choice: Dry skin: If you have dry skin, look for moisturising and radiant foundations. Creamy or liquid-based products…

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The ideal method to identify the most suitable shade of foundation is to apply it directly to the face or neck. If you do not have the opportunity to test the product in this way, we suggest you consult the Findation.com website. This tool is extremely useful for comparing the…

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Applying the concealer after the foundation allows you to even out the complexion: The main objective of the foundation is to create a uniform and homogeneous base for the face. This step helps to visually minimize discolouration and small skin imperfections, making intensive use of concealer less necessary.

There are several strategies and products you can use to cover redness on your face. Here are some options: As a first step, prepare your skin and make sure it is well hydrated. This step can reduce the appearance of redness. Primer: Apply a small amount of hydrating primer to…

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Dark circles can be caused by multiple factors, including genetics, lack of sleep, diet, stress and more. To cover dark circles with make-up you can follow a few simple steps. Moisturize: Before applying makeup, make sure to moisturize the under-eye area with a specific moisturizer. This will help smooth your…

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If you are pregnant, we recommend evaluating the use of any cosmetic product with your doctor. For puroBIO products there are no contraindications for use during pregnancy. Our cosmetics are safe, comply with all the parameters of the European Cosmetic Standards and are verified by the safety assessor.

Once the product has been opened, you must refer to the PAO (Period After Opening) indicated on the label. The PAO starts from when the product is first opened and indicates the time within which to use the product. The PAO is normally found on the back of the product…

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The expiry date of a product refers to the sealed product and is the date by which the cosmetic must retain its characteristics and ensure the safety of the end user.The expiry date is not mandatory for cosmetics with a minimum shelf life of more than 30 months. puroBIO cosmetic…

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Dark circles can be caused by multiple factors, including genetics, lack of sleep, diet, stress and more. To cover dark circles with make-up you can follow a few simple steps. Moisturize: Before applying makeup, make sure to moisturize the under-eye area with a specific moisturizer. This will help smooth your…

Read More

There are several strategies and products you can use to cover redness on your face. Here are some options: As a first step, prepare your skin and make sure it is well hydrated. This step can reduce the appearance of redness. Primer: Apply a small amount of hydrating primer to…

Read More

Applying the concealer after the foundation allows you to even out the complexion: The main objective of the foundation is to create a uniform and homogeneous base for the face. This step helps to visually minimize discolouration and small skin imperfections, making intensive use of concealer less necessary.

The ideal method to identify the most suitable shade of foundation is to apply it directly to the face or neck. If you do not have the opportunity to test the product in this way, we suggest you consult the Findation.com website. This tool is extremely useful for comparing the…

Read More

Choosing the right foundation according to your skin type is crucial to achieving optimal evenness and ensuring the well-being of your skin. Here are some tips on how to make the right choice: Dry skin: If you have dry skin, look for moisturising and radiant foundations. Creamy or liquid-based products…

Read More

Choosing the right shade of lipstick for you is a very personal matter and depends mainly on your preferences and needs. Here are some tips to guide you in your choice: Consider your skin tone: some colours tend to enhance certain skin tones better. For example, warm lipstick tones often…

Read More

When choosing eye shadow colours to match your eye colour, the basic rule is to choose the shade you feel comfortable with and prefer. Beauty and make-up are above all personal expressions, so your comfort and preferences should always come first. Although the final choice is based on your taste,…

Read More

Yes, you can apply eye shadows in pods form with your fingers. This method can offer several advantages. Control and sensitivity: fingers can give you more control over the application, allowing you to feel exactly how much product you are applying and where you are distributing it. Intensity of colour:…

Read More

The use of lip pencils as eyeliner or kajal depends on your skin tolerance/sensitivity. However, it is important to take some differences between the products into account: Eye pencils undergo specific ophthalmological tests because the area around the eyes is particularly sensitive and prone to irritation. In contrast, lip pencils…

Read More

Covering dark spots on the face requires a combination of make-up techniques and the use of the right products. Start with a well cleansed and moisturised skin. A good moisturising cream adapted to your skin’s needs can help achieve a better result. Primer: apply a primer to create a smooth…

Read More

Cream and serum are skin care products that differ in terms of consistency, ingredients, function and method of application. Here are some of the main differences between the two: 1. Consistency and formulation: – serum usually has a light, fluid consistency, often resembling a gel or a slightly viscous liquid.…

Read More

If it is a water-based serum before the cream, if it is oil-based as the last step of the skincare routine.

The eyelid area should always be avoided unless otherwise specified. The eye contour should always be treated with a product specific to the area.

The only essential and indispensable steps in the skincare routine are:- cleansing- hydration- protection If we prefer to implement a complete skincare routine, the recommended products are:- Makeup Remover- Sunset- water-based sebum-normalising serum or gotu- eye contour gel, cream or gotu- cream oily, mature, dry, normal skin, gotu- Elasticising illuminating…

Read More

You have to know your skin well and treat it with gentle products. See routines by skin type

The face mask can be chosen either according to one’s own skin type or according to the needs of our skin. An oily skin may need hydration just as a dry skin may need anti-impurity ingredients.

We recommend doing the mask at least twice a week. There are no contraindications if you want to do it every day.

The conditioner is a lighter, moisturising treatment that detangles the hair; the mask is the specific treatment chosen according to one’s needs and hair type.

You can use it in 3 ways: – As a finishing, last step after styling to reduce electrostaticity – As a daily treatment/shampoo after you brush your hair or at night before going to bed for extra nourishment – On wet hair before styling to discipline, nourish and protect hair…

Read More

You can safely use the mask every time you wash your hair.