Krémpatika: the Heaven of cosmetics just opened
Posted by Budnews · May 18, 2017

More than 25 types of handmade cosmetics from facials to shampoos, with only natural ingredients.

If there is anything we women love more than clothes, that’s cosmetics. All of us have like 20 different creme in her bathroom but that never stops us buying a new one. If you’re one of us, you’re going to love the newest place of Pannónia Street. That neighborhood is full of beauty salons and hairdressers, but some weeks ago a small handcraft cosmetic shop opened, which is a gemstone even in this area.

Krémpatika (Cream pharmacy) is a real family business: a good idea, some Hungarian professionals, simple packaging and friendly prices thanks to the local production. These cosmetics are made under the supervision of a chemist in Budapest, and they are almost organic. They put a very little preservative into their products, but all other components are natural. Their cosmetics are not tested on animals, and they have (for example) marigold face cream, Tea tree oil face scrub, Argan oil or shea butter shower baths… and of course shampoos, conditioners, face cleansers… They also have a „Blue selection” collection with classic fragrance for those who prefer the well-known scent.

And the most beautiful thing is that these wonders all cost 1-2-3 euros, so it is really worth shopping here. In return, the packaging is as clean as possible, don’t expect gold and velvet bandage, that’s how they can keep the products at a reasonable price. The service is super nice as well: ask anything, you’ll get a competent answer.

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