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Hyaluronic Acid Body Lotion - 200 ml
Hyaluronic Acid Body Lotion - 200 ml

Light body lotion with the visible "lifting effect". Provides intensive moisture care to keep skin hydrated.Hyaluronic acid is a natural, bioactive moisturizer that has the ability, to bind large amounts of water. The skin is lifted, making it noticeably smoother, firmer and tighter. With regular use, deep lines are visibly reduced while new wrinkle formation is diminished. Almond oil, wheat germ oil and jojoba oil complement the skincare effect ideally, leaving your skin wonderfully soft, smooth and supple. Pleasant, delicate fragrance.

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Lavender Cream - 100 ml
Lavender Cream - 100 ml

Skin-protecting, moisturising care cream for day and night. Genuine lavender oil - without added perfume - gives the cream its subtle, fresh-spicy fragrance. In addition, lavender oil is said to have excellent care properties for sensitive skin. Almond oil, rosehip oil and shea butter pamper your skin and make it soft and supple. An intensively moisturising care formula strengthens the skin's natural hydro-lipid content and prevents it from drying out – for a smooth, soft and velvety feeling.

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2 in 1 Shower Bar for Skin and Hair - 100 g
2 in 1 Shower Bar for Skin and Hair - 100 g

The 2 in 1 Shower Bar for skin and hair is ideal for those looking for a quick and easy way to clean from head to toe without compromising on care. The mild, skin-friendly formula with jojoba oil and argan oil cleanses thoroughly while moisturising skin and hair. Our 2 in 1 Shower Bar is easy to use and convenient for travel. It leaves no plastic waste behind and is therefore a good choice for the environment. Enjoy the pleasant, subtle fragrance for a successful start to the day.

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Queen's Propolis Cream - 100 ml
Queen's Propolis Cream - 100 ml

This cream is unique due to its variety of natural ingredients! Produced on a eudermic basis, Queen's Propolis Creme contains vegetable grain germ extract, propolis concentrate, vitamin E, carrot oil, natural moisturising factors, pure Royal Jelly, aloe vera gel as well as oils which are related to biological skin fats. Our Queen's Propolis Creme is a reasonable composition of valuable, high-effective natural products, which have themselves already proven a 100,000 times in different preparations. Queen's Propolis Creme suites all skin types. For preventive care, as moisturizer, caring, protective, fortifying, supports build-up of the skin structure, restores stressed skin. Queen's Propolis Creme improves the resistance of the skin against the harmful environmental influences, which get always more and more stronger, and it prevents early wrinkling. The cream is also recommendable as care for thin and moisture poor skin, which tends to red or blue small veins on the cheeks. For this skin needs special, moisture regulating cosmetics. The treatment of your skin with Queen's Propolis Creme should be effected over a longer period of time. The cream is optimally suited as day and night cream. As this cream should be used very sparingly because of its high content of active substances, one original box is at least enough for 3 months. Convince yourself also and you will be delighted!

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What does food habitat mean?

Food habitat refers to the specific environment or area where an organism can find the food it needs to survive and thrive. It inc...

Food habitat refers to the specific environment or area where an organism can find the food it needs to survive and thrive. It includes the types of food available, the accessibility of the food source, and the interactions between different species competing for the same resources. Understanding the food habitat of an organism is crucial for conservation efforts and ecosystem management, as it helps in predicting how changes in food availability can impact the population dynamics of species.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Environment Sustenance Shelter Nutrition Ecosystem Territory Resources Sustenance Territory Nourishment

What habitat is the sandy seabed?

The sandy seabed is a habitat found in shallow coastal waters and the deep ocean. It is characterized by a bottom covered in sand...

The sandy seabed is a habitat found in shallow coastal waters and the deep ocean. It is characterized by a bottom covered in sand particles, with little to no vegetation or coral reefs. This habitat is home to a variety of marine organisms such as sand dollars, flatfish, and certain species of sharks and rays. The sandy seabed provides a substrate for burrowing animals and is an important feeding ground for many species of fish.

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How do lifespan and habitat influence jellyfish?

Lifespan and habitat play a significant role in influencing jellyfish populations. Different species of jellyfish have varying lif...

Lifespan and habitat play a significant role in influencing jellyfish populations. Different species of jellyfish have varying lifespans, with some living only a few months while others can live for several years. The habitat in which jellyfish reside also impacts their population dynamics, as certain environmental conditions such as temperature, salinity, and food availability can affect their growth and reproduction rates. Additionally, changes in habitat due to human activities, such as pollution and overfishing, can lead to an increase in jellyfish populations in some areas.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Lifespan Habitat Influence Jellyfish Environment Adaptation Predation Reproduction Behavior Evolution

How are reptiles adapted to their habitat?

Reptiles are adapted to their habitat in several ways. Some of the key adaptations include: 1. Scales or shells: Reptiles have sc...

Reptiles are adapted to their habitat in several ways. Some of the key adaptations include: 1. Scales or shells: Reptiles have scales or shells that help protect them from predators and harsh environmental conditions. These structures also help reduce water loss through their skin. 2. Efficient metabolism: Reptiles have a slow metabolism which allows them to survive in environments with limited food resources. They can go for long periods without eating. 3. Behavioral adaptations: Reptiles have developed various behaviors to help them survive in their habitats. For example, some species bask in the sun to regulate their body temperature, while others burrow underground to escape extreme temperatures. 4. Camouflage: Many reptiles have evolved to blend in with their surroundings, making them less visible to predators or prey. 5. Specialized senses: Reptiles have specialized senses such as heat-sensing pits, which help them detect prey or predators in their environment. Overall, these adaptations help reptiles thrive in a wide range of habitats, from deserts to rainforests.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Camouflage Thermoregulation Scales Ectothermic Burrowing Hibernation Carnivorous Basking Shedding Arboreal

Birch Body Lotion - 250 ml
Birch Body Lotion - 250 ml

Moisturising, gently nourishing, anti-inflammatory, anti-itch body lotion. Birch bark has a long tradition in naturopathy because it is attributed positive effects on dry and damaged skin. In addition, they should be able to provide relief in psoriasis (psoriasis) and eczema. Combined with calendula oil, bisabolol, panthenol and vitamin E, this birch body lotion leaves the skin smooth, soft and supple. Treat yourself and your skin to this soothing care after showering, bathing or simply whenever you need and enjoy a fresh, relaxed skin feeling! Fragrance-free.

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Pomegranate Body Butter - 200 ml
Pomegranate Body Butter - 200 ml

Enjoy this soothing care experience for the entire body with the soft fresh scent of the pomegranate, that regenerates your energy!The pomegranate has in many cultures been regarded as a symbol of vitality, beauty and youth. Most of all, the precious seed oil moisturizes the skin and gives it a youthful freshness. Dry, cracked skin becomes smooth, supple and radiantly beautiful again. Pomegranate seed oil is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and bioactive ingredients, that help protect from damaging environmental influences and have a positive effect on the regeneration of skin cells.

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Queen Bee Beauty Cream Bath - 750 ml
Queen Bee Beauty Cream Bath - 750 ml

with royal jelly A wonderful, precious care bath, that leaves skin feeling silky-smooth and radiant. Contains valuable ingredients such as almond oil, pollen extract, propolis, honey and wheat germ oil in a skin-friendly cream bath base. We have completed Queen Bee Beauty Cream Bath with a warm, finely nuanced beeswax and almond flavor. Enjoy a pleasant feeling of relaxation and well-being with our Queen Bee Beauty Cream Bath!

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Eskimo Anti-dandruff Shampoo - 250 ml
Eskimo Anti-dandruff Shampoo - 250 ml

Suitable for persistent dandruff conditions that often appear together with greasy hair and a very itchy scalp. Mild and gentle, particularly for sensitive scalp conditions. The flakes (dead skin cells) come off the scalp and are taken away by washing the hair. Anti-dandruff formula with Piroctone Olamine helps reduce the fungus that causes dandruff and thus decreases the rate of formation of dandruff. At the same time the scalp is calmed and the itching soothed. Fragrance and colour free.

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How have crocodiles adapted to their habitat?

Crocodiles have adapted to their habitat in several ways. Their streamlined bodies and webbed feet help them move swiftly through...

Crocodiles have adapted to their habitat in several ways. Their streamlined bodies and webbed feet help them move swiftly through water, making them efficient hunters. Their ability to regulate their body temperature by basking in the sun or cooling off in the water allows them to thrive in a range of environments. Their powerful jaws and sharp teeth are well-suited for catching and consuming prey, making them top predators in their ecosystems.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Camouflage Ambush Ectothermic Stealth Aquatic Carnivorous Osmoregulation Territorial Basking Adaptation

Will grass snakes colonize this new habitat?

It is possible that grass snakes may colonize the new habitat if it provides suitable conditions for their survival, such as food...

It is possible that grass snakes may colonize the new habitat if it provides suitable conditions for their survival, such as food sources, shelter, and suitable climate. Grass snakes are known to adapt to a variety of habitats, including grasslands, wetlands, and forests, so they may be able to establish a population in the new habitat if these requirements are met. However, other factors such as competition with existing species and human disturbances could also impact their ability to colonize the area.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Habitat Grass Snakes Colonize New Environment Population Expansion Adaptation Migration

What is the habitat of Corydoras hastatus?

Corydoras hastatus, also known as the dwarf corydoras or pygmy corydoras, is a small freshwater fish native to South America. It i...

Corydoras hastatus, also known as the dwarf corydoras or pygmy corydoras, is a small freshwater fish native to South America. It is found in the upper Orinoco and Negro river basins in Brazil and Venezuela. These fish inhabit slow-moving, shallow waters with sandy or muddy substrates, as well as areas with dense vegetation and leaf litter. They prefer well-oxygenated water and are often found in small tributaries, streams, and flooded forest areas.

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What biotic factors characterize the desert habitat?

Biotic factors in the desert habitat include a variety of plant species that have adapted to the arid conditions, such as cacti, s...

Biotic factors in the desert habitat include a variety of plant species that have adapted to the arid conditions, such as cacti, succulents, and drought-resistant shrubs. In addition, desert habitats are home to a diverse range of animal species, including reptiles like snakes and lizards, mammals like coyotes and kangaroo rats, and birds like roadrunners and owls. These biotic factors have evolved to survive in the harsh desert environment, often with specialized adaptations for conserving water and finding food in the sparse landscape.

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Lenovo motorola edge 50 pro - Black Beauty Qualcomm® Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 Processor 2.63 GHz , Android 14, 512 GB - PB1J0006GB
Lenovo motorola edge 50 pro - Black Beauty Qualcomm® Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 Processor 2.63 GHz , Android 14, 512 GB - PB1J0006GB

Accelerate your capabilities with the speed and efficiency of a Snapdragon® 7 Gen 3 processor. Set your edge lights to alert you to incoming calls, notifications, and alarms.

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Jojoba Sun Protection Milk SPF 10 - 250 ml
Jojoba Sun Protection Milk SPF 10 - 250 ml

With all natural jojoba oil, vitamin E and natural moisturising components. Active sun protection and high-grade skincare in one. Jojoba sun-protection milk makes the skin soft and supple, intensifies your tan and at the same time protects against damaging UV radiation, soothes sunburn, supplies the skin with moisture, supports the regeneration of sun-damaged skin and prevents the formation of sun-related wrinkles. With sun protection factor 10. Effect of biological jojoba oil in daily full body care: Is absorbed quickly into the skin, where it develops its natural effect Regulates the natural humidity and the all-important acid protective layer of the skin Helps to prevent dry skin Cares for the skin in a natural manner, making it look tight and well-cared for Keeps the skin looking young and elastic for longer Counteracts wrinkle formation Helps care for rough and chapped skin Has a natural sun protection factor (LSF) 6 Maintains a long lasting and natural tan Has a soothing effect on sunburn

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Orange / Essential Oil - 30 ml
Orange / Essential Oil - 30 ml

Refreshing, mood enhancing. Due to trademark reasons, product can be only distributed within Germany. Essential oils are volatile fragrance essences which plants store in petals, leaves, fruits, barks, roots and woods. to improve the fragrance in living areas by susing oil burners to vaporise in water-filled bowls on any heat sources for pouring over sauna stones mixed with water to refresh flower potpourris Since essential oils increase the skin's light sensitivity this product should not be applied shortly before sunbathing or before using tanning beds!

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BADESAN Herbal Spa - 750 ml
BADESAN Herbal Spa - 750 ml

Contains the vegetable active substances of conker, yarrow, hay flower, rosemary, spruce needles and camomile. A health and beauty bath which has a stimulatory, refreshing, skin caring and healthy effect. The natural personal hygiene, which is gentle on the skin, - just for our hectic live.

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What is a habitat for an aquarium?

A habitat for an aquarium is a carefully designed environment that mimics the natural living conditions of the aquatic species bei...

A habitat for an aquarium is a carefully designed environment that mimics the natural living conditions of the aquatic species being housed. It includes elements such as water quality, temperature, lighting, plants, rocks, and hiding spots to ensure the health and well-being of the fish or other aquatic animals. Creating a suitable habitat is essential for the inhabitants to thrive and exhibit their natural behaviors. Regular maintenance and monitoring of the habitat are also crucial to keep the aquarium ecosystem stable.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Substrate Plants Rocks Lighting Filtration Water Decor Temperature Oxygen Shelter

Why is species conservation pointless without habitat protection?

Species conservation is pointless without habitat protection because species rely on their habitats for food, shelter, and breedin...

Species conservation is pointless without habitat protection because species rely on their habitats for food, shelter, and breeding grounds. Without a suitable habitat, even if a species is protected from direct harm, they will struggle to survive and thrive. Habitat protection is essential for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem balance, as it ensures that all species have the resources they need to survive in their natural environment. Without habitat protection, conservation efforts may be in vain as species continue to face threats from habitat destruction and degradation.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Biodiversity Interconnectedness Ecosystem Extinction Preservation Interdependence Sustainability Deforestation Fragmentation Balance

What are the consequences of the habitat policy?

The habitat policy can have both positive and negative consequences. On the positive side, it can help protect and preserve natura...

The habitat policy can have both positive and negative consequences. On the positive side, it can help protect and preserve natural habitats, ensuring the survival of various plant and animal species. This can also contribute to maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem balance. However, the policy may also lead to restrictions on human activities in certain areas, potentially impacting industries such as agriculture, logging, or urban development. Additionally, enforcement of the policy may require significant resources and cooperation from various stakeholders.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Biodiversity Conservation Fragmentation Displacement Restoration Preservation Degradation Sustainability Ecosystem Deforestation

What is the difference between biotope and habitat?

A biotope refers to a specific type of natural environment where a particular community of organisms live, characterized by its ph...

A biotope refers to a specific type of natural environment where a particular community of organisms live, characterized by its physical and biological features. On the other hand, a habitat is the actual place where a specific organism or species lives within a biotope. In other words, a biotope is the broader ecosystem or environment, while a habitat is the specific location within that ecosystem where an organism resides.

Source: AI generated from FAQ.net

Keywords: Ecosystem Environment Niche Community Species Location Biotic Abiotic Interactions Biodiversity

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