Comfort Zone was established in 1996 by Dr. Davide Bollati. He first started studying anti aging in 1989. The core value behind the brand is delaying the effects of aging and embracing a holistic and healthy lifestyle.
Antonella Latilla is Comfort Zone’s international spa treatment development and education master:
“Our philosophy of life is have a complete approach. It’s not just about applying a cream but the pleasure from applying it as well. I put cream on myself because I want to live better, stay well and also spread beauty around the world. All the products are developed and produced in Parma, Italy, in a facility that uses 100% renewable energy. The products are created without parabens, mineral oils, artificial colours, sulphates, animal derivatives or MIT (Methylisothiazolinone). We try, as far as possible, to use natural and organic ingredients.”
Comfort Zone Introduces Sublime Skin
Comfort Zone recently introduced a new line of skin care products called Sublime Skin. This is an integrated program of professional treatments and lifestyle recommendations. There were developed to reduce the structural degeneration of skin as a result of aging. That is, symptoms that lead to volume loss, skin sagging, wrinkles and lack of brightness.
Sublime Skin contains mostly natural ingredients, boasting up to 96^ natural origin ingredients. The skin care product line aims to restore water, proteins and lipids to the skin and promote rejuvenation and skin lifting by leveraging its proprietary Archi-Lift Technology. This is a combination of active ingredients that work in synergy to combat the signs of againg.
Sublime Skin has an active ingredient that targets what is known as microRNAs. These hamper protein synthesis and the expression of elastin as well as collagen. By targeting the microRNA, the Skublime Skin products supposedly work to stimulate the production of new proteins that can drive skin elasticity and firmness.
Comfort Zone products are available mostly at beauty salons nationwide.