Dr Mariano Spiezia

Dr Mariano Spiezia

Doctor of medicine, medical herbalist and renowned skin expert, Dr Mariano Spiezia has been considered the father of the organic beauty movement in Britain, helping to establish the first organic beauty standards with the Soil Association back in 2001 with his first skincare company. He has been voted by the beauty industry as one of the top 25 “Who’s who in natural beauty” in 2012, 2013, 2015 and again in 2016 for his consistent contribution with Inlight Beauty & Wellness. With a passion for science, alchemy and alternative medicine, Dr Spiezia actively takes part in discussions, research and contributions to both scientific and beauty fields.

 

We all should be very grateful to Nature and plants for this invaluable source of inspiration and real help for our health. This consciousness should also seek for much more care and respect for the Natural World without which we are destined to disappear

This season a great reminder of how everything in nature and life is in a perfect cycle. The leaves fall and return back to the soil where everything started. What seems to be the end is only a ‘rest’ for a new beginning

The sun is a very good friend of our health. However, over-exposure to the sun’s rays may bring unwanted consequences. Following a little advice can help us enjoy the summer while staying safe

One of the hot topics in the beauty world is the use of Squalene, a compound often found in face creams, serums and masks. Squalene keeps skin in top condition fighting wrinkles and other signs of aging and encouraging the growth of healthy cells. We asked Dr. Mariano Spiezia what squalene is and why its sourcing is highly controversial

Our skin is not only a nice layer to look at, but is a proper “organ”, with its own life and rules, physiology, chemistry and…psychology! We asked Dr. Mariano Spiezia to go deep into the subject.

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Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017