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AMENO PASSION TIPS: Hair care in winter

Often it happens very quickly. You hardly notice and the summer is gone and comes back in months. In addition, the temperature changes are more and more erratic, from one day to the next it is 15 degrees colder. Then you have to turn on the heating and get warm clothes out of the box, otherwise it gets uncomfortably cold very quickly.

What the intense sunshine is in summer is the dry heating air and the generally much lower humidity in winter. It demands a lot not only from our skin, but also from our hair. In addition, we often wear tight-fitting headgear, which is not very good for our hair either. In winter, therefore, a gentle, gentle care is especially important for healthy hair.

Product recommendations

The use of a mild shampoo is a basic requirement for keeping our hair healthy. For stressed hair, the Shampoo for stressed & damaged hair from AMENO PASSION is a good solution. This concentrate, of which only a few drops are needed, protects and nourishes the hair and contains valuable ingredients of chestnut and horsetail.

The conditioner from AMENO PASSION ensures hair is easy to comb. It also provides intensive care and deep-acting moisture with native organic olive oil and aloe vera. The hair gets more volume, balance and shine.

A mousse conditioner, which is vegan and contains no silicones, is suitable for appointments. It gives every hairstyle more shine, volume and durability.

Once a week we should treat our hair with a deep penetrating, nourishing hair mask, so that it can recover from the daily strains of the dry heating air. Regenerating for hair and scalp is the hair mask from AMENO PASSION Organics with the ingredients of blue-green algae, aloe vera and also shea butter. It provides moisture, shine and suppleness and helps weak hair to recover. Simply massage into damp hair and leave on for 15 minutes, then rinse with shampoo.

For brittle hair tips and brittle hair we can recommend the organic hair care from AMENO PASSION. It works with natural coconut oil effectively against split ends, gives shine and suppleness and protects the hair from drying out. Since this hair care can also be used as hair wax, it also tames even the most unruly curls and flying hair.

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AMENO PASSION TIPS – Avoid common irritants that cause acne

Acne is annoying. If it comes to a severe outbreak, it is tempting to use every product imaginable to get rid of the problem. Unfortunately there is a problem. Many common acne treatment products contain irritating substances that tear the skin into a vicious circle of dryness, irritation and acne breakouts.

Avoid irritating astringents and regain control by familiarizing yourself with the ingredients on the labels. Here are four ingredients that you should avoid at all costs when buying acne medication:


If you look at the common acne skin care series, you will find foaming facial detergents in abundance. The problem here is the foaming agents in these cleansing products, such as sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) or cocamidopropyl betaine (CAMS), because these also remove the natural protective oils of our sensitive facial skin. If the skin no longer has natural protection, it produces sebum to replace the lost oils, which in turn clogs the pores and causes new outbreaks of acne. The foaming agents are also highly alkaline, which throws the skin’s natural pH out of balance and weakens the important acid mantle.

Instead, it is better to choose a cream cleanser without these irritating cleansers. It is best used in combination with a muslin washcloth to gently exfoliate the skin and remove dead cells.


In addition to foaming agents in cleansing products for skin prone to acne, ethyl alcohols are often contained in the cleansing products, which then appear in the ingredients as alcohol denat, ethanol or ethyl alcohol. These alcohols dry out the skin, which leads to irritation and skin imbalances. Instead of a harsh cleanser, it is better to use natural plant water to refresh combination and oily skin. The AMENO PASSION moisturizer, for example, is suitable for this purpose, but it not only cleanses, it also calms and tones the skin. The contained rosemary extracts also have an anti-inflammatory effect.

Benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid

If your skin is more on the temperamental side and reacts quickly irritated, you should not resort to traditional acne treatments with the ingredients benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. These powerful formulations contain many chemicals that dry out the skin and cause additional irritation, only making it more unbalanced.

An alternative is Perfect Balance Blemish Serum from Pai Skincare. This serum has the effectiveness of a traditional anti-acne product, but without the irritation. It is perfect for treating skin blemishes and helps the skin to heal.

Coarse-grained peelings

Too extreme cleansing (keyword scrubbing) for sensitive facial skin that tends to impurities will only lead to one thing: Irritations, which can aggravate acne. The same applies to peelings that are too coarse-grained, because they produce the same effect.

Then there is not only the danger of an unwanted skin reaction, but also the so important acid mantle of the skin is destroyed. In order to remove dead skin cells and impurities without damaging or irritating the skin, peelings with spherically shaped cleansing particles should definitely be used.

AMENO PASSION TIPS – Facial cleansing: Do you make these mistakes?

We’ve probably all failed to clean our face properly at some point, just rinsed it off quickly in the shower or went to bed with make-up on – although we know the benefits of a proper cleansing.

But if you take the time to cleanse your face well, the question arises: are you doing it right? Here we present five of the most common mistakes made when cleaning your face.

Fast is bad

Even if you are tired after a hard day, you should not rush to clean the house. You should not give in to the urge to jump into bed and cleanse your face properly. Your skin will thank you later.

Why don’t you massage your face for a few seconds during the cleansing? This will help relieve the stress of the day and we will sleep all the better.

The water is too hot

If we wash our face with hot water, the capillaries of the skin can be damaged and the natural oils are washed away, making our skin vulnerable to redness and dryness.

It is best to use lukewarm water. You can also wet a cloth, wring it out and gently press it onto the face for a few seconds. This helps to loosen make-up and dirt before removing it completely with a cleanser.

You do not have the right cleanser

Every person is different and so is the respective skin. Aggressive ingredients, as found in many cleansing products, can be the cause of a whole range of skin problems.

If you have a “sparkling clean” feeling after cleansing, this is a sign that the protective oils of the skin have been washed away by sulphates or drying alcohol.

In this case it is important and correct to switch to a milder facial cleanser.

Aggressive peelings

Peelings are good for the skin – if they are not done too often or with too aggressive peeling products. Then the skin becomes irritated or can even be damaged. One should therefore avoid 2-in-1 products with integrated peeling effect for daily cleansing.

Exfoliating once or twice a week is good for the skin, but not more often.

Too many products

Are you thinking about double cleaning? Not a good idea. Do not be tempted to use too many products for facial cleansing.

Conventional foaming cleansers and make-up removers often contain sulphates, alcohols and synthetic fragrances that irritate the skin and lead to an exciting feeling – even a mild cleanser won’t help afterwards.

It is best to use a smaller amount of your regular facial cleanser for a second cleansing. You can also use coconut oil to remove eye make-up before cleansing.