Six years of research results in the Blue Beautifly skin care range

By Simon Pitman contact

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Cosmetics Design recently caught up with Vida Karamooz, founder and CEO of Blue Beautifly. The idea for Blue Beautifly evolved from six years of research that included the study of ayurveda  medicine and herbalism, resulting in a line that is both sustainable and of low impact to the environment and is also suited to a wide range of skin types and conditions. 

Cosmetics Design recently caught up with Vida Karamooz, founder and CEO of Blue Beautifly. The idea for Blue Beautifly evolved from six years of research that included the study of ayurveda  medicine and herbalism, resulting in a line that is both sustainable and of low impact to the environment and is also suited to a wide range of skin types and conditions. 

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