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Microplastic in tap water from around the world…

By | 2018-10-19T13:53:41+00:00 octubre 18th, 2018|corozo powder, cosmetic raw materials, scrub natural, tagua microbeads, vegetable ivory jewelry, vegetable jewellery, vegetable jewellery making, タグア|

A recent investigation has proven that up to 83% of the samples recognized worldwide are contaminated with plastic fibers. United States in the lead The study has been carried out by employees of the School of Public Health of the University of Minnesota (United States) along with the Orb Media organization in more than a [...]

vegetable jewellery making

By | 2018-01-03T23:15:43+00:00 enero 3rd, 2018|vegetable jewellery making|

The Tagua is the seed of the palm Phytelephas macrocarpa, this palm grows in the humid parts of the Ecuadorian jungle. Each mococha has between 15 and 20 tagua seeds. These seeds when exposed to the sun dry and their texture is hard. When it hardens its appearance is of ivory, but it is an [...]