Jean-Noël Thorel’s vision is rooted in biology;
his obsession with respecting the nature
of the skin and his high therapeutic expectations resulted in a unique scientific approach: ecobiology.
Ecobiology is based on the principle that
the skin is an ever-evolving ecosystem
that interacts with its environment
and whose natural resources
and mechanisms must be preserved.
Rather than over-treating the skin,
it must learn how to function properly…
Wary of multiplying active ingredients,
this approach seeks to help the skin
strengthen itself and adapt
to its environment.
Different from traditional cosmetics,
the ecobiological approach acts deep
within the skin, rather than on the surface.
A therapeutic dimension is thereby added
to the cosmetic dimension.
Acting and formulating while avoiding "pollutants".
Creating products that helpthe skin to adapt.
Providing elements that favora functional balance.
Acting on the causesof dysfunctions rather than overly compensatingfor their effects.
Acting from the insideand over time.
Applying only the required ingredients at the right dose.
The first Ecobiology Summit took place in Split, Croatia, on April 18-19; it was organized
by NAOS in partnership with the MedILS,
The Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences.
150 participants and 50 international journalists participated in 8 round-tables with scientific experts and Nobel laureates. The debates were on the definition of ecobiology and its role
in upcoming challenges.
To get an in-depth view of this event