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Unproven Claims? Not So with the Prana Principle.

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Saroj, friends and colleagues of mine are pretty tuned in to what’s going on in medicine, naturopathy etc. (some of them you’ll know, since they’re clients of Prana). They adore you! Two things puzzle me though… firstly, they are rationale people, not given to fads or unproven claims. And secondly, whilst I trust their judgement I am still not sure that Prana’s products and treatments are actually natural. I hope you’ll forgive my question!

Sandra

I certainly do Sandra – what you say makes sense. So here goes: yes, we do believe in using the healing power of nature to promote wellbeing and beauty but having said that, we do our homework diligently.

Agnelo and I select our product suppliers very carefully and assess their claims thoroughly so that we know for sure what their products contain. Any company/supplier we deal with must assure us that natural plant extracts are a prime ingredient in their product (and that when safe storage of plant extracts is not possible, non-toxic plant-based substitutes are clearly stated). Importantly, we test them rigorously in-house before we even consider offering them as products our clients will benefit from.

When appropriate, we update our suppliers to reflect new and emerging technology. Next time you visit, do ask me for our current list of suppliers… Saroj

Sandra we have one overriding principle: to promote wellbeing at the deepest level. We believe that wellbeing is evident and beautiful at any age. We don’t only believe but know that only the most natural applications leave us replenished – and that even when they don’t and we have to think again – no harm has been done.

That is the Prana principle.

Siganture Saroj

Saroj Velho
BA (Hons.) Psychology: University of Delhi
Dip. Beauty Therapy: Australasian Academy of Wellness Therapies
Full Professional Member: Assoc. Professional Aestheticians Australia