All products of Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics have an international certificate such as Allergy Certified that guarantees that the risk of allergies is minimal. The products only contain the necessary natural ingredients and no perfume, essential oil or mineral oil.
in April 2018 aurora dionis dermacosmetics is nominated as the best skin friendly product of the year.
The rosehip oil in Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from South Africa and is organic certified by the Italian CCPB instance. The notes are pressed on request to guarantee freshness.
The Evening Primrosis Oil in Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from North America and is organic certified by the Italian CCPB instance. The notes are pressed cold on request to guarantee freshness.
The shea butter oil In Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from South Africa and is organic certified by Skal Bio control . The notes are pressed cold on request to guarantee freshness.
The Jojoba oil in Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from California (USA), Mexico and Israel and is certified by Cosmos Ecocert .
The clay In Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from Italy and is certified Demeter, BDIH, ICEA and ECOCONTROT VEGAN.
THE CARROTLEXTRACT (Inci name: Lactobacillus Ferment and Cocos Nucifera Fruit Extract) is certified by Ecocert and does not come from genetically modified sources.
The Aloe Vera In Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics comes from Mexico and is organic certified by ecocert.
Aurora Dionis Dermacosmetics products are not tested on animals. Since 2013, a prohibition applies to the use of laboratory animals for testing cosmetics in Europe. Animal testing are not permitted for product development and also not for testing safety. The prohibition does not only apply to end products, but also for loose ingredients and the prohibition applies to worldwide tests.
Aurora Dionis is a member of the Dutch Association for Cosmetic Chemistry (NVCC). The association aims to share the knowledge about the foundations and backgrounds of cosmetics, perfumery and the related target areas.
The NVCC is affiliated with the International Federation of Societies or Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC).
A medical beautician is a beautician who has knowledge of the medical aspects of the skin. In addition to training for beautician training, this beautician, the basic and follow-up training dermatology and the dermatology masterclass for beauticians followed.
The medical beautician is further trained in the medical aspects of specialist treatments. Moreover, it is trained and skilled in handling equipment. In addition, she is fully aware of cosmetics ingredients in skin care products.
The medical beautician does not prescribe medication, but works closely with dermatologists, general practitioners and other professionals. It has a signaling function, so that various forms of skin cancer can be discovered at an early stage.
Because the medical beautician is practiced in dermatological knowledge, she is able to analyze and recognize skin problems. Therefore, patients with a (chronic) skin condition or damaged skin at the medical beautician in professional hands.
Precisely because the medical beautician has all medically focused specializations, you are also for skin rejuvenation and combating skin aging the right adress. Naturally, you can also go to the medical beautician for the most diverse treatments to improve the condition of the (facial) skin.
In-service training for the medical beautician is mandatory. Every year it is checked for matters such as professional competence and current developments within dermatology. You can recognize the medical beautician at the quality label Medical beautician Dermatology¨.
Together with Anbos, Aurora Dionis is constantly working on the range of good and responsible services in the field of beauty care. Aurora Dionis has a collaboration with most health insurance policies. The following treatments can be reimbursed in addition to supplementary insurance:
acne (scars) - acne rosacea - electrical hair removal - laser ipl - medical camouflage
The Education and Vocational Education Act mandatory MBO students to follow the practical part of their training at a recognized training company. We call this professional practice formation (BPV). Aurora Dionis Skincare is the recognized training company, a textbook example for the industry. By helping students train, Aurora Dionis Skincare makes an important contribution to the future of craftsmanship.