Made in Italy brand has been used since 1980 to indicate the international uniqueness of Italy in four traditional industries: fashion, food, furniture and mechanical engineering (automobiles, industrial design, machineries and shipbuilding), in Italian also known as "Four A", Abbigliamento (clothes), Agroalimentare (food), Arredamento (forniture) and Automotive (automobiles). Italian products have often been associated to quality, high specialization and differentiation, elegance, and strong links to experienced and famous Italian industrial districts. Since 1999, Made in Italy has begun to be protected by associations such as Istituto per la Tutela dei Produttori Italiani (Institute for the Protection of the Italian Manufacturers) and regulated by the Italian law.
In recent times the merchandise mark Made in Italy has become decisive to the Italian exports and so common worldwide to be often considered as a separate product category. In January 2014, Google Cultural Institute, in collaboration with the Italian government and the Italian Chamber of Commerce, launched an online project in order to promote Made in Italy by using virtual showrooms about several famous Italian products.
So that are eliquids and skin care products both respect Italian and European laws to give our customers the best experience in line with traditonal excellence and quality.