Bee venom, a new miracle therapy?

Bee venom, this very precious and expensive ingredient, increasingly known for its supposed virtues. In addition, we hear more and more about a new alternative medicine that is sometimes controversial: apitherapy. Apitherapy consists in treating oneself with the products of the beehive and is as old as the world. Globally, we talk about honey, royal jelly but also venom.

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Slow travel in Belgium

This time, we're talking about slow travel and traveling. Discover 3 places to visit this summer if you stay in Belgium for the summer vacations!

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Haute couture after the pandemic

With the rise of the coronavirus pandemic, the textile industry, and more particularly the field of haute couture, has had to completely revise its agenda. But the houses also had to adapt to this collective awareness that they had to change their habits. Chanel, Valentino, Burberry... All are turning to more ecological alternatives. A good start?

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Upcycling, a new fashion trend?

As our (over)consumer society is increasingly being criticised, the recycling of objects and their reuse is increasingly being promoted. The upcycling is one of these trends to promote the circular economy. It is the principle of taking objects or clothes that are no longer used or worn and transforming them into new products. We repair and customize our old clothes.

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Luxury and sustainability: compatible?

Luxury and sustainable development are often considered as two opposite terms. Luxury is often associated with notions of pleasure, superficiality or individualism. Sustainable is synonymous with ethics, altruism and moderation. But it is a much more complex reality. This article tells you about it.

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