What is our position within the ecosystem?

    Fashion is a choice everybody makes daily, even if you claim you don’t care about fashion and trends your choices of clothing represent your identity, who you are, and how the outside world will perceive you. 

    There is no doubt the choices we make to dress up every day represent our identity, but what a piece of clothes can tell about you? 

    The history of textiles is nearly as old as human civilization and as time has passed the making of textiles and the choices of materials have changed, and technologies have developed. Wearing a piece of clothing is an entirely distinguishing feature of the human species and is found in most societies. Anthropologists believe that animal skins and vegetation were adapted into coverings as protection from cold, heat, and rain, especially as humans migrated to different climates. The clothes we are wearing and the textiles we are using represent the materials and technologies accessible in different civilizations at different times. The variety and distribution of clothing and textiles within a society reveal social customs and culture.

    What does the current technology of textile production tell about our society? The polluting and exploitative source of materials, far away production, and the extremely destructive chemical processes have a huge negative impact on the environment but also on a social level. In many aspects of today’s world, the technology in other industries evolved to make our life easier, but the technology in the textile industry is far behind our highspeed travels and our smart homes. The fashion industry might give an identity, but it also destroys the living environment. 

    We are the only species on this planet who decided to cover our bodies with materials that do not belong to us, with a  reason to protect our bodies or express our identities. What does this extremely destructive practice say about humanity? And where does the current material usage put us within the ecosystem? The dependence and addiction of major fashion brands to synthetic fibers made from fossil fuels are fueling the plastic pollution and climate crisis that has a major impact not just on our own health but on the entire ecosystem. 

    What if we would not disturb the ecosystem, what if we could become part of the ecosystem again, what if the materials we use would have zero negative impact on the environment? What could then our textile technology tell about our current culture? 

    Human Material Loop took the mission with a belief that we can become part of the ecosystem again, using a material that does belong to us in the first place to create a guiltless textile and fashion industry. 

    How? - by using our own waste hair to develop high-performing textiles. 

    Human Material Loop is not a tech company but uses human tech to develop high-performance textiles - because nothing is stronger than you.

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      Rohto #MelanoCC Intensive Anti-Spot Essence – Vitamin C Serum (20ml)

      Rohto #MelanoCC Intensive Anti-spot Essence is a Japanese serum formulated with vitamin C and vitamin E as well as anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial ingredients to prevent and treat dark spots, hyper-pigmentation, blemishes and acne.
       This serum also reduces redness and irritation and at the same time kills the bacteria that causes the formation of acne. It features a thin spout to avoid leaking and to have control of the exact amount you want to dispense when applying.
       Easy absorption into skin leaving no residues. The Japan version does not show the expiration date. 

      Made in Japan

      #MelanoCC Features:

      1. The W vitamin active ingredients works directly to skin

      2. Active ingredients penetrate more deeply to the skin

      3. Also contains active ingredients to prevent acne

      Anti-inflammatory ingredients:

      dipotassium glycyrrhizinate → Reduce inflammation and prevent acne.
      Bactericidal ingredient: Isopropyl methyl phenol → Suppress reproduction of cause bacteria of acne.

      How to use #MelanoCC:

      . Use where you concern <To those who are concerned about acne and acne marks>

      washing face→ toner → Apply 2.3 drops of #MelanoCC beauty essence to areas which concern about acne and acne scars → Moisturize with milky lotion etc.

      2. Use for the whole face <For dry skin, who want to make smooth face skin>

      Face wash → toner → Apply #MelanoCC to the whole face (5.6 drops) → Milky lotion


      The key ingredient used in the #MelanoCC Intensive Anti-Spot Essence is Vitamin C in the L-Ascorbic Acid form. This, while being one of the most effective forms of Vitamin C, is also one of the least stable. It is the one that usually turns yellow when exposed to the air.

      Active ingredient

      Ascorbic acid (active vitamin C), tocopherol acetate (vitamin E derivative), dipotassium glycyrrhizinate, isopropylmethylphenolOther ingredients, Vitamin C tetraisopalmitate, ethoxydiglycol, Alpinia katsudai seed extract (Alpinia white), BG, edetate, viscosity modifier, fragrance 20ml.

      #vitamin c serum  #vitamin c skin care  #vitamin c serum for skin  #melano cc vitamin c

       #melano cc vitamin c serum

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