Frequently asked questions
Each product can be customized. We can add a personalized message (max. 250 characters) on a luxury paper card that will be inserted into the package. We can also gift wrap our products, free of charge. Please, follow the instructions that are on each product description page. In case you face any issue with our standard customization process, or you wish to receive a non-standard service, please contact us at email@example.com or by phone to +306944893048, we will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.
Omni Essence comes in 20 ml and 50 ml sizes. Universal Purifier comes in 20 ml and 50 ml sizes. Ebony Persona is only 50 ml size. Sfunga natural sea sponge is 4-4,5" rounded shape size (as close as we can cut it since it is 100% natural product).
Omni Essence: we recommend that you use it twice a day for at least 28 days. It is necessary that you use it on its own (without any other chemical products, or even other brand's natural products). It can only be used with other JK JANIK series products.
Universal Purifier can be used on hair as a shampoo, on face as a deep cleansing wash and body as a luxurious shower gel. It liquidifies itself once you mix it with water, making a rich foam. There is no need to follow up with other products, since it leaves a pleasant film on the skin. However, if you wish to use cream or oil afterwards, we recommend to follow up with Omni Essence.
Ebony Persona: use maximum twice per week.
Sfunga sponge: follow the enclosed instructions.
We can gift wrap our products, free of charge. Please, follow the instructions that are on each product description page. If you wish us to gift wrap the product, please say so in the text box for the customization of the product on each product description page. In case you face any issue with our standard customization process, or you wish to receive a non-standard service, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to +306944893048, we will be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.
We are very happy to meet new distributors around the world and/or wholesalers. If you are one, please, send us an email to email@example.com, state your desired quantity, packaging preferences, the regularity of orders, delivery address and we will get back to you within 24 hours with a complete offer. We look forward to cooperating with you and bringing the Healthy Luxury of JK JANIK series to an even wider audience around the globe. Happy to have you on board.
ALL PRODUCTS ARE CHARGED WITH 432 HZ AND POWERFUL AFFIRMATIONS
JK JANIK is the first 100% organic cosmetic range in the world that charges each product with 432Hz that is often called the miracle frequency or the frequency of the Universe. Some sources claim that 432 Hz is DNA healing, chakra cleansing, activating cellular rejuvenation, aligning the human bio-energetic field with the environment and with the universal golden number “Phi”.
We also charge each product with positive affirmations of LOVE, BEAUTY and HEALTH.
Results are outstanding. Products that are charged to 432 Hz and with positive affirmations are known to raise human vibration at a higher frequency, where the healing process occurs. We are all vibrational beings and higher we vibrate, healthier we are. On a purely theoretical level, if we raise our frequency to an extremely high level, there will be no sickness, no ageing and we will basically live forever.
Once you raise your frequency, the sense of wellbeing and harmony exchanges tension and anxiety. Signs of premature ageing, acne spots, dark circles, dark spots, wrinkles and other imperfections stop their development. In just 28 days* your skin will be completely transformed into the skin’s quality that you last experienced at your late childhood (*under the condition that you apply our cream twice a day and without combining it with other than JK JANIK products). We all have perfect skin, we just need to heal it, allow it to come back to its natural and healthy state. This is your chance to return to your healthy and natural skin. Skin that is transforming each day, month after month, detoxifying itself from years of chemical abuse, environmental toxic residues, bad diet, alcohol or drug abuse, active or passive smoking and sedentary lifestyle. Your skin will start the healing process, being finally able to protect and fully nourish itself with 100% pure and organic ingredients that are mixed into the secret formulas of JK JANIK series.
During the production process, our factory is playing healing music tuned to the 432 Hz pitch. During the jar closing process, the affirmations of LOVE, BEAUTY and HEALTH are uttered into each jar. Our factory and our workers are fully licensed in Europe, following strict hygienic rules, wearing protective head covers, gloves and face masks. We deal with 100% natural and 100% organic certified ingredients that are alive and the contamination risk is very high. We follow the most strict rules, same with the food industry, perhaps being one of the very few cosmetic companies in the world to work under these conditions. Our staff is well selected, we as a team, believe that humans are a vibrational being and that our health can be positively affected when exposed to positive words and certain sound frequencies. Each jar is then decorated with a special sticker of the cymatic image of 432 Hz frequency. This way we make sure that the content of the jar is constantly exposed to 432 Hz and the positive affirmations that are also printed on the same sticker. We based our action on the famous Japanese author and scientist, Dr Masaru Emoto, that through his experiments managed to prove that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular structure of water. Emoto's famous hypotheses claim that water reacts to positive thoughts and words and that polluted water could be cleaned through prayer and positive visualization. Once our products are packed into boxes, they are again exposed to the healing music of 432 Hz that is constantly played in our storage houses. Through all our hand manufacturing processes, we control each step of each jar’s creation. We make sure that products are indeed resonating through and through with 432 Hz frequency and the affirmations of LOVE, BEAUTY and HEALTH. Due to the cymatic image of 432 Hz being placed on the jar, we guarantee that the product will be kept at the desired frequency until you empty the jar. Moreover, if you filled the jar with another substance, the sticker will continue calibrating it to the 432 Hz and the positive affirmations.
Longer you use our JK JANIK organic cosmetic range, the better the results. From our experience, the total skin transformation can be expected after 18 months of daily use. This transformation is so profound, that nearly all our clients completely stop using liquid make-up or compact powder. Some prefer to use a little bit of mineral blush powder on the cheeks and they are ready to go outside, looking naturally gorgeous. This is the ultimate goal for us, as an organic cosmetic brand. We wish for all our clients to reach the beautiful and healthy skin of a child that needs no liquid make-up and looks natural and healthy at all times.
Since there is no 100% natural liquid make-up existing on the global market, we would highly recommend that you also avoid their use while switching to JK JANIK range. This way you can radically reduce the 18-months of the total skin transformation process. In fact, we have cases of severe acne clients that stopped using all their usual products (liquid make-up included), switched to our range and gained healthy skin within 3 months of daily use. Those clients use our range religiously and as per their claims, they will never change it. As a matter of fact, they don’t need to change it. We are planning on producing the same formula for many years ahead and we are confident that our clients will never stop using it since it works reversely from conventional cosmetics - the longer you use JK JANIK, the better the results of your skin’s overall appearance is. As you need to eat every day, your skin has the same need of nourishment to be healthy and thriving. Our cosmetic range acts as food for your skin. Skin cells fully absorb our products and use its pure ingredients to detoxify, repair and nourish themselves and thus finally function normally as per your DNA’s code. So the answer to the question, how long you need to use JK JANIK cosmetic range is simple: FOREVER.
The conventional chemical cosmetic brands show impressive results immediately and stop working after some time, making you change your products every 3 months or so. This is due to the fact that skin cells cannot absorb any chemical or synthetic material, it can only recognize, process and absorb the natural ingredients. Everything else is rejected and sent back to the liver for further processing, ending up in your kidneys. Depending on the chemical substance used and its molecular size, it can then be either flushed out of the body, what is the good scenario, or stored in fat deposits as food for potential crisis (not a good scenario). Let's say that you wash your teeth twice per day with a conventional fluoride toothpaste. Over the years, even the fat deposits will not be able to keep up with the load and eventually, the fluoride will “leak” back to the circulatory system, attacking the cells (any cells) and creating confusion that will degenerate cells’ DNA code until some of the cells will get confused so much that they will actually accept the chemical as natural food and that is the moment we call “disease”. Depending on the number of chemicals absorbed and their type, it will be decided how long it will take until any disease will appear. The severity of the disease can vary, from the simple flu to progressive cancer. It all depends on many factors combined together. However, you get the point why it is of utmost importance for you and your family to switch from conventional/chemical to 100% organic cosmetics. It is a matter of life and death, literally.
There are no skin types. Look at children, do they have different skin types? No. Adults are no different, we all have the same skin. What is good for me is also good for you as it is valid for our diet and lifestyle, nothing changes on the cosmetic products level. Skin is the largest body organ, and as such, it is no different from the heart, kidneys, lungs etc. Would you apply chemicals to your heart if you could physically touch it? So why are you doing that to your skin?
Its time to read the ingredients of each skin product, and not only the promising front labels!!!!
Large cosmetic corporations and brands always have had one and only one goal - the PROFIT. To generate the highest possible profit, it was necessary to create different needs and thus hundreds of products to satisfy those needs. It was necessary to create many skin types, many skin problems/needs, separation after separation. Thus hundreds of products were developed: body lotions, body butters, hand creams, foot creams, nail cuticle oils, bust treatments, intimate areas washes, shower gels, soaps, bath foams, bath salts, face creams for day, face creams for night, eye creams, lip creams, lip balms, lip butters, face morning serums, face evening serums, facial masks of many different purposes (moisturize, nourish, clean, detoxify, calm etc.), and let’s not forget the hair industry - shampoos for dozen of hair types, conditioners, leave-in conditioners, masks, serums, oils, styling products, dental industry: kinds of toothpaste, mouth washes etc. and then all of those for different audiences: men, women, adolescents, children, babies, different range for acne skin, different for ageing skin, different for skin after 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 etc., ranges for Afro-American skin, ranges for Caucasian skin, ranges or Asian skin, separation after separation….. thousands of marketing tricks for one and one only HUMAN SKIN.
Is an apple good for you? Well, guess what, it is good for me too. We are all the same, no need to separate food, cosmetics or anything else for that matter. What works for you, works for me too, simple. We love to think about how different and unique we all are, and we cannot agree more that we indeed are unique souls, but not unique bodies. Our bodies are the same, develop the same, work the same using the same gestation steps, same childhood development steps, same neural, hormonal and digestive processes. It only adds up to a simple logic that we all have the same skin. And yet, JK Luxury European Products, the creator of JK JANIK range, is the first cosmetic company in the world officially declaring this truth.
Firstly, it was necessary to make the products last between 2 and 5 years. This enabled large, global companies to move the products around the globe that sometimes could take up to 4 months to move the cargo boats from one part of the globe to another. If the cosmetic products would last only one year, distributors will be left with little time to advertise, distribute and then the retail shops will be left with even less time to actually sell the products. After the expiry date, the products will have to be disposed of. Losses will be too large to handle, what will press the companies to either raise the prices so high that the expenses of the disposed of products will have to be covered by the few sold products, or simply stop worldwide distribution what was not appealing to large multinational corporations. Therefore, the heavy preservative chemicals were necessary to be used, making them an inevitable part of prolonging the products’ life, to assure profits and the company’s growth. Most of the old generation chemicals are still used in today’s cosmetics. In spite of the fact, that most large cosmetic brands today made factories on each continent and avoided overseas transportation. Large corporations lowered their costs, raised the profits, gaining even more time to sell to retailers. Win-win situation, but sadly only for those companies, not for the human skin.
Secondly, the chemicals could make the texture of the product more appealing to the client. Also, the chemical perfumes used (sometimes called aromas or fragrances) manipulate the senses of the consumer, making them addicted to the particular brand’s smell and thus using only their products. It is not difficult with 2020 biochemical engineering technology to create a synthetic fragrance that is working on the endorphin and other hormones production. Some chemicals were also used to create an immediate plumping and lifting effect or whatever desired effect you purchased the cream for. Those chemicals are usually the ones that stop “working” after some time, making you look for another cream that will “work” again. The vicious circle that is not promoting healing, but actually destroying your DNA cells’ codes and being responsible for whatever future disease you might experience. In any case, do not expect to have beautiful healthy skin with those, it's simply impossible.
Do you need more proof about the chemicals used in conventional cosmetics? You can search and find out for yourself from hundreds of online sources out there. You might be shocked to find out what heavy metals and toxic chemicals are actually used in the products for newborn babies.
Its simple. READ THE INGREDIENTS on each packaging. We mean, the actual INCI list of ingredients. Those tiny letters at the back of the packaging. As in contracts, you must read all text, especially the small letters. The cosmetic products disclose their ingredients there. It is of utmost importance to read this list. Each ingredient matters. They are listed by the international agreement in order from the most used (in volume) ingredient to the least used ingredient. You can understand with your basic knowledge what ingredient is natural (e.g. Olea europaea - olive oil), as a Latin name of a plant and what ingredient is synthetic or chemical
sounding as a chemical compound (e.g. isobutylparaben or diethylhexylphtalate etc.).
There are thousands of different cosmetic products on the market, all with different combinations of ingredients. In the United States alone there are approximately 12,500 unique chemical ingredients officially approved for use in the manufacture of personal care products.
A typical product will contain anything from 15–50 ingredients. Considering the average woman uses between 9 and 15 personal care products per day, researchers have estimated that, when combined with the addition of perfumes, women place around 515 individual chemicals on their skin each day through cosmetic use.
While the formula of each product differs slightly, most cosmetics contain a combination of at least some of the following core ingredients: water, emulsifier, preservative, thickener, emollient, colour, fragrance and pH stabilisers.
Emulsifiers: Since oil and water don't mix, emulsifiers are added. Examples of emulsifiers used in cosmetics include polysorbates, laureth-4, and potassium cetyl sulfate.
Preservatives: can be natural or synthetic (man-made), and perform differently depending on the formulation of the product. Some will require low levels of around 0.01%, while others will require levels as high as 5%.
Thickening agents: give products an appealing consistency. They can come from four different chemical families:
Lipid thickeners: cetyl alcohol, stearic acid and carnauba wax.
Naturally derived thickeners: they are polymers that absorb water, causing them to swell up and increase the viscosity of a product. Examples include hydroxyethyl cellulose, guar gum, xanthan gum and gelatin.
Popular mineral thickeners include magnesium aluminium silicate, silica and bentonite.
The final group are the synthetic thickeners. They are often used in lotion and cream products. The most common synthetic thickener is carbomer, an acrylic acid polymer. Other examples include cetyl palmitate and ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate.
Emollients: soften the skin by preventing water loss such as beeswax, olive oil, coconut oil and lanolin, as well as petrolatum (petroleum jelly), mineral oil, glycerine, zinc oxide, butyl stearate and diglycol laurate.
Colouring agents and pigments: Mineral ingredients can include iron oxide, mica flakes, manganese, chromium oxide and coal tar. Natural colours can come from plants, such as beet powder, or from animals, like the cochineal insect.
Glitters and shines: Some of the most common ones are mica (from muscovite) and bismuth oxychloride.
Fragrances: The term ‘fragrance’ is often a generic term used by manufacturers. A single listing of fragrance on your product’s ingredient list could represent dozens or even hundreds of unlisted chemical compounds which were used to create the final individual fragrance. Manufacturers do not have to list these individual ingredients as the fragrance is considered to be a trade secret. There are over 3,000 chemicals used to formulate the huge range of fragrances used in consumer products worldwide.
1. Parabens: are derived from para-hydroxybenzoic acid (PHBA). Parabens come in several forms: methylparaben, ethylparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben and isobutylparaben. They are the most widely used preservative in personal care products. This is because they are incredibly good at doing their job—keeping your products mould and bacteria-free—and are also cost-effective.
The use of parabens in cosmetics hit the media in 2004 after a research study conducted by Dr Philippa Darbre of the University of Reading in England reported findings that 18 out of 20 breast cancer tissue samples contained parabens.
2. Aluminium: Concerns regarding cancer are also linked to the use of aluminium in deodorants and antiperspirants (zinc oxide, titanium oxide etc). In the early 2000s, various news outlets reported apparent links between the use of antiperspirants containing aluminium and breast cancer. Similar reports connected the use of such products to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
3. Triclosan: is added to a wide range of consumer products including deodorant, soap, toothpaste, cosmetics and general household cleaning products. Triclosan is also used as a pesticide and can, under certain circumstances, break down into potentially toxic chemicals such as dioxins.
Studies conducted by scientists at the University of California found that prolonged exposure to triclosan causes liver fibrosis and cancer in laboratory mice. Other studies have suggested triclosan can disrupt hormones, impair muscle contraction and reduce bacterial resistance.
4. Formaldehyde: classified as a Group 1 carcinogen (known to cause cancer in humans) by the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer. It can also cause skin and sensory irritation and breathing difficulties in people when inhaled, ingested or if it comes into contact with skin.
5. Phthalates: are produced from oil and there are more than 20 types in common use. Various phthalates have different chemical structures, toxicity profiles and use. Some studies have indicated that at high, recurring concentrations different phthalates can act as endocrine disruptors—this means they upset the hormonal balance in the body and can lead to developmental problems, particularly in males. Other studies have indicated there may be a link between phthalates and type 2 diabetes. In response, the European Union and the United States have imposed bans on some types of phthalates for use in cosmetics (nail polishes, hair sprays and perfumes). Examples of phtalates: dibutylphthalate, diethylhexylphthalate, diisobutylphthalate and di(methyloxyhexyl.
6. Lead: A 2013 study by the University of California Berkley examined the metal content of 32 different lipsticks. Researchers found traces of aluminium, manganese (which can cause neurological problems) and titanium in all the products they tested, while three-quarters of the products contained lead (which affects the nervous system and can cause learning disabilities in children). Many of the lipsticks and lip glosses also contained nickel and cobalt, as well as cadmium and chromium—both known carcinogens.
Today, small cosmetic companies with vision work hard to bring back health and balance to human skin, omitting the use of all those chemicals and poisons that large cosmetic corporations/brands use widely still today. JK JANIK is one of the few that is using only the purest, 100% natural and 100% organic certified ingredients that you can actually eat. Products that are easily absorbed and processed by the skin’s cells. Ingredients that the skin cell needs and fully uses as its food to heal/repair. The repaired cell then uses the new food as a fuel to help fight the hostile bacterias or foreign elements that attack it each day. That is why organic cosmetics are actually working with you and for you, whereas chemical cosmetics are working against you.
In most countries, the usage of the term natural is not regulated in any way. So basically, you can claim that any product is natural even though it’s far from it. A cosmetic product can contain natural-derived ingredients that are highly processed and potentially even harmful.
However, there are great natural cosmetics products on the market. The key is to read the ingredients. The ingredients are listed from the highest percentage to the lowest. If you do not understand the INCI list and the scientific names of the ingredients, use an app or search each ingredient online.
Certified organic cosmetics have a strict definition and is for example regulated by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) in the USA. Always, even if a product’s label declares the product to be natural or organic, always check the ingredients!
A product does not need to be 100% made of organic or natural ingredients to get any known certification. For example, Cosmos and FI-Natura certifications require that 95% of ingredients have to be natural or of natural origin (not really natural in their final form and not even healthy for that matter). FI-Natura also requires that the rest 5% are ingredients approved for natural cosmetics (not natural, just approved suitable for natural cosmetics what means that can be either or natural origin, meaning synthetic/chemical or simply “baptised” natural as there is no regulation for that term). Often the natural and organic certifications also require that the products are not tested on animals. Usually, they cannot contain GM ingredients, controversial chemicals, parabens and phthalates nor synthetic colors or fragrances. However, there are many certified products containing perfume or fragrance that is always a dubious ingredient.
Check the percentages of natural and organic ingredients. For example, on the label, it can be stated “95% of natural origin”. What does not necessarily mean that the product is 95% natural, it can as well mean that it is 95% chemical. If the front label states “95% natural”, it still means nothing since there is no regulation for the “natural” term anywhere in the world. The only % you must search for is organic %. Companies that use high organic ingredients percentage in their products are proud to state the total number on the front label. Companies that use a small number of organic ingredients prefer to get a “bio” certification and hide the actual percentage. We would like to be fair towards all cosmetic companies out there. We must stress out that sometimes companies try their best to be as much organic as they can, but some ingredients simply cannot be organically certified such as water or sea salt. Also, some products may contain wild-harvested ingredients that are as pure and natural as it gets but as they are not organically farmed they cannot be certified organic. In this matter, the organic is not automatically better than natural. However, if you find a product that is 100% natural and 100% organic on their front label and you read the list of ingredients that are all Latin names of plants and herbs, you found the products that are as best as they can get. JK JANIK can easily and openly prove at any time all our ingredients, one by one with their organic certifications. Beyond that, we have no need to anyhow certify our “secret mix” of those organic ingredients. We do not care for any organic certification simply because their regulations are so loose that in a way do not comply with our strict rules for purest and organic ingredients and with the concept of our company. We feel that if we carry a certain certification, we will automatically lower our standards to their standards. If in the future there will be an organization testing products for 100% real, natural and organic ingredients, we will be the first to proudly carry their stamp. Till then, we are simply JK JANIK 100% real natural and 100% organic range.
The water is not a recommended ingredient for any facial creams or moisturizers. Avoid buying face creams with water in them. They dehydrate your skin, cause havoc in your sebum production, resulting in overworked cells and possible acne outbursts, oily skin, or even dry, flaky skin. If you see a moisturizer with an “Aqua” ingredient listed as one of the first three ingredients, avoid it greatly. That product will actually dehydrate your skin.