Kosmida

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  1. Kosmida Rinforcyl Sebo - Lotion Antiloss
    Kosmida Rinforcyl Sebo - Lotion Antiloss
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    90%
    Special Price Rs. 2,249.10 Regular Price Rs. 2,499.00
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  2. Kosmida Cotidie - Delicate Cleanser
    Kosmida Cotidie - Delicate Cleanser
    Special Price Rs. 1,799.10 Regular Price Rs. 1,999.00
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  3. Kosmida Idrolio - Hydrophilic Cleansing Oil
    Kosmida Idrolio - Hydrophilic Cleansing Oil
    Rating:
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    Special Price Rs. 1,619.10 Regular Price Rs. 1,799.00
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  4. Kosmida Cotidie - Delicate Shampoo
    Kosmida Cotidie - Delicate Shampoo
    Special Price Rs. 1,529.10 Regular Price Rs. 1,699.00
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  5. Kosmida Paidenia - Nourishing Protective Emulsion
    Kosmida Paidenia - Nourishing Protective Emulsion
    Special Price Rs. 1,349.10 Regular Price Rs. 1,499.00
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  6. Kosmida Rinforcyl Forfora - Hair Lotion For Dandruff
    Kosmida Rinforcyl Forfora - Hair Lotion For Dandruff
    Special Price Rs. 2,190.00 Regular Price Rs. 2,499.00
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  7. Kosmida Paidovita - Baby Gel Shampoo
    Kosmida Paidovita - Baby Gel Shampoo
    Special Price Rs. 1,619.10 Regular Price Rs. 1,799.00
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The name Kosmida takes its inspiration from the Greek island of Kos, in the heart of the Mediterranean region, where Hippocrates was born and began working, and where he formulated the first principles of scientific medicine, which gave rise to a tradition that became part of Roman society. 

The knowledge and techniques of the tabernae mediche and the temples themselves - hospitals where genuine specialist medical and pharmacological activities were practised - were used in ancient Rome alongside the culture of spas and the treatment of the whole person as the first rule of wellbeing.

The progress achieved during the thousand years of Roman history spread throughout the known world and has continued to advance through great western societies to the present day.

The great wisdom of medieval monks and tireless Renaissance researchers, who conducted increasingly sophisticated experiments which led to discoveries that are the source of modern dermatology and latest generation disciplines such as cosmeceutical and nutraceutical science, have been revived in Kosmida today.