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Comfort Zone – stand for regeneration

Comfort Zone is focused on growing the future by embracing regenerative organic agriculture


Inspired by its mission to support both skin and soil regeneration, Comfort Zone is fostering product innovation and taking climate action by using new proprietary ingredients cultivated by growers following the principles of regenerative organic agriculture.

Comfort Zone is a sustainability pioneer, having achieved B Corp status back in 2016, while a recent recertification achieved a score of 123.5 points.

The company’s commitment to regeneration also recently led to the foundation of the first European Regenerative Organic Center (EROC) by the Davines Group Village in Parma, Italy, in 2022, in partnership with the Rodale Institute.​

Now in 2024, Comfort Zone is proud to say it’s starting to using extracts of Achillea millefolium – grown in its own fields for the first time – in a limited-edition Stand for Regeneration hair and body wash bar.

This product will be available starting April 2024 from Comfort Zone’s partner spas and beauty centres and also online at www.comfortzoneskin.com​

Extracts of Achillea millefolium from regenerative agriculture are also used in Comfort Zone’s Sublime Skin anti-aging line, as it has been proven to stimulate skin tone and softness, as well as boosting the production of collagen by +35 per cent*.

Mitigating climate change
Regenerative organic agriculture goes beyond biodiversity protection: it rehabilitates and enhances the entire ecosystem, offering an ever-more positive approach by sequestering carbon in the soil.

Comfort Zone’s goal is to research 100 active botanical ingredients from regenerative organic agriculture by 2030.

More: comfortzoneskin.com

Join us and #standforregeneration

* In-vitro test after 48 hours on Fibroblasts

The regenerative scientists
Comfort Zone innovation is supported by its own internal R&D lab, in synergy with its botanical research department and the co-founded European Regenerative Organic Center in Parma, Italy

EVE MERINVILLE
Comfort Zone R&D director
With over 20 years’ experience in the skin care industry, Eve leads Comfort Zone’s innovation and formulation team of experts to develop clinically-proven, effective-by-nature solutions.

DARIO FORNARA
Comfort Zone EROC research director
With a PhD in ecology, Dario is an author and co-author of over 90 scientific publications, his studies at EROC are proving the multiple beneficial effects of biodiversity and regenerative practices on soil health.

DR SIMON JACKSON
Comfort Zone pharmacognosist
With a PhD pharmacy in pharmacognosy and 30 years’ experience in industry, Simon’s expertise supports Comfort Zone’s R&D in selecting and growing proprietary botanical ingredients.

Eve Merinville, Dario Fornara and Dr Simon Jackson / photos: comfort zone
The limited-edition soap bar with organic Achillea millefolium Credit: Comfort Zone
 


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Comfort Zone – stand for regeneration


Comfort Zone is focused on growing the future by embracing regenerative organic agriculture

Achillea millefolium from regenerative organic agriculture is used in Sublime Skin Serum Comfort Zone
The limited-edition soap bar with organic Achillea millefolium Comfort Zone

Inspired by its mission to support both skin and soil regeneration, Comfort Zone is fostering product innovation and taking climate action by using new proprietary ingredients cultivated by growers following the principles of regenerative organic agriculture.

Comfort Zone is a sustainability pioneer, having achieved B Corp status back in 2016, while a recent recertification achieved a score of 123.5 points.

The company’s commitment to regeneration also recently led to the foundation of the first European Regenerative Organic Center (EROC) by the Davines Group Village in Parma, Italy, in 2022, in partnership with the Rodale Institute.​

Now in 2024, Comfort Zone is proud to say it’s starting to using extracts of Achillea millefolium – grown in its own fields for the first time – in a limited-edition Stand for Regeneration hair and body wash bar.

This product will be available starting April 2024 from Comfort Zone’s partner spas and beauty centres and also online at www.comfortzoneskin.com​

Extracts of Achillea millefolium from regenerative agriculture are also used in Comfort Zone’s Sublime Skin anti-aging line, as it has been proven to stimulate skin tone and softness, as well as boosting the production of collagen by +35 per cent*.

Mitigating climate change
Regenerative organic agriculture goes beyond biodiversity protection: it rehabilitates and enhances the entire ecosystem, offering an ever-more positive approach by sequestering carbon in the soil.

Comfort Zone’s goal is to research 100 active botanical ingredients from regenerative organic agriculture by 2030.

More: comfortzoneskin.com

Join us and #standforregeneration

* In-vitro test after 48 hours on Fibroblasts

The regenerative scientists
Comfort Zone innovation is supported by its own internal R&D lab, in synergy with its botanical research department and the co-founded European Regenerative Organic Center in Parma, Italy

EVE MERINVILLE
Comfort Zone R&D director
With over 20 years’ experience in the skin care industry, Eve leads Comfort Zone’s innovation and formulation team of experts to develop clinically-proven, effective-by-nature solutions.

DARIO FORNARA
Comfort Zone EROC research director
With a PhD in ecology, Dario is an author and co-author of over 90 scientific publications, his studies at EROC are proving the multiple beneficial effects of biodiversity and regenerative practices on soil health.

DR SIMON JACKSON
Comfort Zone pharmacognosist
With a PhD pharmacy in pharmacognosy and 30 years’ experience in industry, Simon’s expertise supports Comfort Zone’s R&D in selecting and growing proprietary botanical ingredients.

Eve Merinville, Dario Fornara and Dr Simon Jackson / photos: comfort zone

Originally published in Spa Business 2024 issue 1

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