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1 May, 2020
Hand Care in the Time of Corona and how NAIRIAN can help it
Lets first understand what does it mean to have dry skin, and how such skin is different from the one which is dehydrated.
by Anahit Markosian, Nairian Co-Founder and Head of R&D
1 May, 2020
Hand Care in the Time of Corona and how NAIRIAN can help it
Lets first understand what does it mean to have dry skin, and how such skin is different from the one which is dehydrated.
by Anahit Markosian, Nairian Co-Founder and Head of R&D
23 March, 2020
Have your hands become too dry from being sanitized 100 times per day?
Have your hands become too dry from being sanitized 100 times per day? No problem, you can treat your hands to a restoring, softening and soothing routine at home, using Nairian hand care line.
by Anahit Markosyan, cofounder and head of R&D
28 February, 2020
Travel in Time of Flu
Apart from remembering to always drink water in order to stay well hydrated during a flight, it is also very helpful to use moisturizing eye drops and moisturizing balms for lips and nose. This is exactly where some products from NAIRIAN could be very helpful.
by Anahit Markosyan, Nairian Co-Founder and Head of R&D
28 December, 2019
On the eve of the New Year
When it starts to get cold outside and preparations for the holidays begin, one often feels the need to reflect on the past year and consider hopes for the future.
by Anahit Markosian, Nairian Co-Founder and Head of R&D
9 October, 2019
Brighten Your Skin the Natural Way
The purpose of melanin is to protect our skin from UV radiation, which it is able to absorb. The issues crop up when the skin goes into “hyper mode” and produces too much of that pigment.
by Maya Adivi, cosmetologist
4 September, 2019
Detergents and soaps: What is the difference?
Both soaps and detergents are known as surfactants (short for surface-active agents). Surfactant molecules contain a lipophilic (fat-loving) end that attaches grease dirt and a hydrophilic (water-loving) end which makes the molecule dissolve in water. This property enables us to clean any surface using surfactants, including our own skin and hair.
by Anahit Marksoyan, Karin Grigoryan

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