Berry’s Hug

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With natural extracts and oils blended in, the formula allows you to enjoy a unique berry’s fragrance whether you’re taking a quick shower in anytime during the day for a long ritual aromatic bath. Our body wash gently cleanses and cares for the skin, leaving it soft, pleasantly moisturised, smooth, and fully energised.

Key ingredients: Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit Extract, Rubus Idaeus Fruit Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice.

Benefits: Cheerful cleansing, glowing, energising and moisturising.

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Berry’s HugTM

The unique formula of Berry’s HugTM body wash gel is based on Bilberry & Raspberry Extract which is known for skin nourishing and delicately soothing prosperities. Thanks to the addition of Bilberry & Raspberry Extract, you will turn your daily care into natural aromatherapy.

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Berry’s Hug™ Body Wash:

  • Contains 88,64% ingredients of natural origin,
  • For you, him, and her,
  • Suitable for all skin types, including sensitive & dry skin,
  • High-quality formula intensively cares for the natural skin cleaning & refreshing.
  • 100% Vegan certified by the International Vegan Society.
  • 100% Cruelty free by Peta International.
  • Balanced pH for your skin (5,1 – 5,3).
  • It has a tangy, sweet, fruity smell.
  • Tested and approved by a dermatologist.

Ingredients:

Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycereth- 2 Cocoate, Parfum, Polysorbate 20, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Hydrolyzed Lupine Seed Extract, Allantonin, Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit Extract, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Rubus Idaeus Fruit Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract, Sodium Sheabutteramphoacetate, Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate, Trisodium Ethylenediamine Disuccinate, Cocamide DEA, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Chloride.

Opinions of people who have used Berry’s Hug™

  • 90% said that the product gives the skin a feeling of moisturization and nourishment.
  • 95% said that that product cleans the skin, leaves it soft and smooth.
  • 100% said that that product is suitable for sensitive skin, and soothes the skin,
  • 90% said that that product energises the skin and makes it glow.
  • 95% liked the consistency, application, foamability and texture.
  • 90% loved our fruity smell.
  • 80% would recommend it to their family and friends.
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How to use

Apply a small amount of Berry’s HugTM to moistened body skin or sponge. Massage for a while, then rinse with warm water. The rich formula also works great as a bath liquid. Add a little cosmetic to the bath with warm water and immerse yourself in an Oriental luxurious, aromatic bath.

Product of Poland

By choosing You&You products, you support the local market and care about the environment.

*Made in Poland

The energy used to make our body gel comes from renewable energy sources. Thus, we support activities aimed at wider use of renewable energy sources.

Large capacity (400ml) helps reduce carbon footprint.

We use PET bottles. In cooperation with the Polish Packaging Recovery Organization Rekopol S.A., we care about waste recycling.

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The Vegan Trademark has been helping people identify that a product is free from animal ingredients since 1990. Registration with the trademark gives brands the confidence to shout about their vegan credentials. Look out for the Vegan Trademark on over 63,000 products worldwide, including cosmetics, clothing, food, drink, household items, and many more!

For more information check the vegan society website

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is the largest animal rights organisation in the world, and PETA entities have more than 9 million members and supporters globally.

PETA opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview, and focuses its attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of animals suffer the most intensely for the longest periods of time: in laboratories, in the food industry, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment business. We also work on a variety of other issues, including the cruel killing of rodents, birds, and other animals who are often considered “pests” as well as cruelty to domesticated animals.

PETA works through public education, investigative newsgathering and reporting, research, animal rescue, legislation, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns. For more information check the Peta official website.

A healthy skin pH is typically between 5.1 to 5.9, with some studies even indicating that healthy skin is often slightly more acidic (below 5). Certain products with higher pH levels can cause dehydration, irritation, and alter bacterial flora.

Skin has a mutualistic symbiotic relationship with its microflora: the human skin provides the right biotope for the resident flora, while the resident flora in turn strengthens human’s defence by prevention of the colonisation of harmful bacteria as well as playing a role in the acidification of the skin

Skin pH < 5.0 shows statistically significant less scaling and higher hydration levels than subjects with skin pH > 5.0. Natural healthy human skin surface pH is on aver- age 4.7, lower than currently assumed (pH 5.4– 5.9).

Skin with pH < 5.0 is in better condition than skin with pH > 5.0, Growth of S. epidermidis, under in-vitro acidic pH conditions (pH 4.7) and in the presence of lactate, is enhanced when compared with neutral pH, whereas growth of S. aureus is strongly inhibited under these acidic conditions. An acid pH seems to preserve the resident bacterial flora, whereas an alkaline pH causes dispersal from the skin.

H. Lambers, S. P. (2006, July). Natural skin surface pH is on average below 5, which is beneficial for its resident flora . International Journal of Cosmetic Science,(28), 359–370 ct balanced PH of (5,1-5,3)

  • Rubus Idaeus L. Deciduous plant belonging to the Rosaceae family.
  • It is a sarmentosum woody plant with a number of thin thorns.
  • It grows between 40 and 60 cm in height. The plant has a short underground stem, which emits upright biennial stems (canes).
  • The leaves are alternate, pinnate, compound, with 3-7 saw-toothed leaflets per leaf, the lower surface whitish and rough, the upper surface globus.
  • The petioles have two filiform stipules welded at the base.
  • The flowers appear from May to July.

Antioxidant activity

  • The antioxidant activity of these fruits is based on its phenolic compounds (anthocyanosides) and vitamin C content of these fruits.
  • Free radical scavenging and lipid peroxidation inhibition by anthocyanosides and phenol acids have been reported in a number of studies.
  • The antioxidant activity of phenol compounds results from the combination of their iron chelating activity and their ability to scavenge ageing-inducing free radicals.

Moisturising activity

  • Trans-epidermal water loss regulating activity, this activity is due to the carbohydrate and α-hydroxyacids (AHA) content of raspberry, strawberry and blackberry.
  • Carbohydrates are active principles widely used in cosmetics. Monosaccharides are hygroscopic, namely they can adsorb water and consequently maintain the moisture level of the skin layer.
  • Most AHA are physiologic, natural, and non-toxic substances, promoting normal keratinization and desquamation. Those with multiple hydroxyl groups are moisturising antioxidants and are especially gentle for sensitive skin.

Activity on blood circulation

  • Anthocyanosides (Antocianósidos) – like other flavonoids – act like vitamin P by reducing blood-capillaries fragility and increasing their resilience, thus exerting beneficial effects on the capillary and venous vascular system.
  • Thus, Polyplant Red Fruits is very helpful to formulate cosmetic products with stimulating properties on general blood

  • Jacob Bigelow, M. D. (1817-1821). American Medical Botany. Cummings and Hilliard; [Cambridge] University Press, Hilliard and Metcalf,
  • M., K., & D. L., M. (1995). Handbook of Fruit Science and Technology. 1st Edition, 20.
  • J Yu , R., & Eugene J , V. (2002, Nov-Dec). Hydroxycarboxylic acids, N-acetylamino sugars, and N-acetylamino acids. Skinmed, 1(2), 117-22.
  • LUENGO, L. (2002, february ). Flavonoides. FITOTERAPIA, 21(2).

  • Tall blackberry
  • The Rubus villosus is one of the most common and interesting species.
  • It abounds among the brushwood of neglected fields and pastures, about fences and the borders of woods, from the Eastern to the Southern states.
  • It is commonly called tall or high blackberry in distinction from the R. trivialis or low blackberry, which it greatly resembles in the quality of its fruit.
  • Its flower appears in June and its fruit is ripe in August and September.

Antioxidant activity

  • The antioxidant activity of these fruits is based on its phenolic compounds (anthocyanosides) and vitamin C content of these fruits.
  • Free radical scavenging and lipid peroxidation inhibition by anthocyanosides and phenol acids have been reported in a number of studies.
  • The antioxidant activity of phenol compounds results from the combination of their iron chelating activity and their ability to scavenge ageing-inducing free radicals.

Moisturising activity

  • Trans-epidermal water loss regulating activity, this activity is due to the carbohydrate and α-hydroxyacids (AHA) content of raspberry, strawberry and blackberry.
  • Carbohydrates are active principles widely used in cosmetics. Monosaccharides are hygroscopic, namely they can adsorb water and consequently maintain the moisture level of the skin layer.
  • Most AHA are physiologic, natural, and non-toxic substances, promoting normal keratinization and desquamation. Those with multiple hydroxyl groups are moisturising antioxidants and are especially gentle for sensitive skin.

Activity on blood circulation

  • Anthocyanosides (Antocianósidos) – like other flavonoids – act like vitaminP by reducing blood-capillaries fragility and increasing their resilience, thus exerting beneficial effects on the capillary and venous vascular system.

Thus, Polyplant Red Fruits is very helpful to formulate cosmetic products with stimulating properties on general bloodcirculation.

  • Jacob Bigelow, M. D. (1817-1821). American Medical Botany. Cummings and Hilliard; [Cambridge] University Press, Hilliard and Metcalf,
  • M., K., & D. L., M. (1995). Handbook of Fruit Science and Technology. 1st Edition, 20.
  • J Yu , R., & Eugene J , V. (2002, Nov-Dec). Hydroxycarboxylic acids, N-acetylamino sugars, and N-acetylamino acids. Skinmed, 1(2), 117-22.
  • LUENGO, L. (2002, february ). Flavonoides. FITOTERAPIA, 21(2).

  • Vaccinium myrtillus L. belongs to the Ericaceae family, and is commonly known as the bilberry, or whortleberry.
  • Bilberry is a perennial shrub (∼ 35–60 cm in height) and belongs to the Ericaceae family, which grows in coniferous forests, moors and meadows of northern Europe and America, but it is also present in Asia.
  • It blooms from April through June, producing spheroidal blue/black colored fruits (∼5-9 mm in diameter) with many seeds that ripe from July through September.
  • Its name is due to the intense colour of the fruits and derives from the Danish word “bollebar” (dark berry).

Anti-aging and antioxidant activity

  • The bilberry is characterised by its abundance of natural pigments (anthocyanins and carotenoids) and its Vitamin C content, all antioxidants. Additionally, the presence of anthocyanins allows for its use as an anti-irritant agent.
  • Ultraviolet radiation, chemical agents and metabolic processes can all generate free radicals.
  • Vitamin C is an antioxidant, like the anthocyanins and carotenoids (Provitamin A). This vitamin is involved in the formation of collagen, bones and teeth, and red blood cells, and promotes iron absorption from foods and resistance to infection.

Microcirculation activity

  • The bilberry promotes blood circulation. It has vasodilating, anticoagulation, antihemorrhagic and capillary strengthening properties.
  • This, along with its being rich in vitamins, makes it a recommended option for circulation problems, as it improves local circulation, aids in reducing inflammation, reduces dizziness, headaches, ringing in the ears, memory problems or normal leg pain.

Anti-inflammatory and protective activity

  • The bilberry is astringent, anti-inflammatory and considered a soothing plant, as it helps cure and heal wounds. It possesses very effective properties for the treatment of skin problems.
  • It helps reduce ulcers and facilitates their healing, cures eczema, reduces inflammation of blemishes and facilitates their healing, and improves the appearance of the skin of acne sufferers.
  • Due to the presence of gallic, malic and quercetin acids, it has bacteriostatic properties, and can stop the growth of bacteria, some of which may cause skin problems.

Therefore, the bilberry is highly recommended for cosmetic products with anti-inflammatory, decongestant, relaxing and calming properties.

  • Antonella Smeriglio, B. D. (2019). Chapter 3.6 – Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtyllus L.). 159-163.
  • D, B., CK, S., M, B., & M, A. (2004, January). Anti-angiogenic, antioxidant, and anti-carcinogenic properties of a novel anthocyanin-rich berry extract formula. Biochemistry (Mosc), 69(1), 75-80.
  • M, J., MT, M., & P, B. (1983). Anthocyanosides extraits de Vitis vinifera, de Vaccinium myrtillus et de Pinus maritimus. I. Activités inhibitrices vis-à-vis de l’élastase in vitro. II. Activités angioprotectrices comparées in vivo. J Pharm Belg.(38), 41-6.
  • M Picci, A Lietti, & A Cristoni. (1976). Studies on Vaccinium myrtillus anthocyanosides. Vasoprotective and antiinflammatory activity. Arzneimittelforschung , 26(5), 829-32.

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