Our phyto-active ingredients

CALENDULA (MARIGOLD). The antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-hemorrhagic properties of calendula flowers extract help decrease inflammation and swelling, soothe sunburns, rashes, and skin irritations.

GRAPEFRUIT. The essential oil help fight free radicals and protect the skin from premature aging. Is an effective remedy for acne as it removes toxins and bacteria while protecting the skin and keeping it blemish-free.

JOJOBA. Jojoba oil naturally contains a balance of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids omega 6 and 9 which are known as skin nourish, protect and help to regenerate skin cells and repair damaged skin tissue.

SHEA BUTTER (Karitè). Its high content of healthy fats are quickly absorbed locking in the necessary moisture to ensure skin stays hydrated throughout the day. The antioxidant compounds offer a great healing and soothing remedy for many inflammatory conditions, from sunburns to rashes, dermatitis, and rosacea. Shea butter promote cell renewal and slow the signs of premature aging by reducing the exposure of oxidative stress in the skin, increase collagen production, restoring the skin’s natural elasticity and firmness.

ROSE. With more 300 active organic compounds and countless beneficial properties as an antiseptic, antibacterial, astringent, and cicatrizant, rose has an incredibly healing and calming effect on various skin concerns, such as acne, dermatitis, scars, wounds, and even stretch marks. A powerful emollient, and natural moisturizer, rose is the most effective and luxurious skin healing treatment nature has to offer.

SWEET ALMOND. The sweet almond oil is rich in essential fatty acids omega 9 or oleic acid, omega 6 or linoleic acid and omega 3 or linolenic acid and vitamins A, B and especially vitamin E the main ally in the fight against skin aging. It is a great emollient that protects and nourishes the skin.

RED VINE STEM CELLS. Rich in phenolic compounds, natural antioxidant compounds, they offer the best protection against enzymes that cause the breakdown of collagen and elastin in skin. They present anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging actions and can permeate through the skin barrier.

ARGAN OIL. Is a precious, vitamin E and fatty acid loaded oil derived from trees native to Morocco and it poses a bunch of benefits for skin. Argan oil help protect against sun damage, hydrate skin, reduce signs of aging, and even help control oily skin.

RUSCUS. The extract coming from Butcher’s Broom, a common evergreen shrub in the Mediterranean countries. It is a potent venous vasoconstrictor, it helps the narrowing of the blood vessels and increases the microcirculation.
Astringent, refreshing and toning ingredient. Anti-redness, soothing and anti-cellulite agent.

HORSE CHESTNUT. High in saponins known collectively as ‘aescin’ or ‘escin’, flavonoids and starches, proteins and sugars, oleic, linoleic, linolenic, stearic and palmitic acids. Escin has been shown to inhibit the breakdown of hyaluronic acid, one of the main components of the skin, where it is involved in tissue repair. Horse chestnut have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-enzymatic properties and improve poor circulation.

NETTLE. Nettle has a number of protective antioxidants that help protect from environmental stressors, providing anti-aging benefits. Natural astringent, tightens and firms the skin, regulates natural sebum production, treats acne, promotes flawless skin. Helps with skin allergies, heals eczema.

WILDE PANSY. Viola tricolor extract contains flavonoids (rutin), mucilage, salicylic acid, tannin and tocopherol. Another important constituent are polysaccharides that have been shown to improve epidermal moisturization. Optimal epidermal hydration increase cellular metabolism so cells func­tion more efficiently. By increasing cellular efficiency, certain cellular activities such as protein production increase also. Proteins such as collagen are vital to epidermal integrity. Increasing intracellular production not only im­prove the skin, but also decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

WITCH HAZEL. The leaves, bark, and twigs are processed to create a clear liquid. Witch hazel water is a source of several antioxidants that have far-reaching benefits in the treatment of inflammatory-related issues, such as acne, eczema or psoriasis.

BURDOCK. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of the burdock root extract help resolve skin issues like acne and eczema. It also improve the metabolism of external skin layers, creating a powerful anti-aging effect and visible wrinkle reduction.

SAW PALMETTO. Serenoa repens fruit extract constains essential fatty acids (laurate, palmitate, oleate, linoleate) benefic for several skin types, including oily and acne-prone skin. They also reduce the sebum level and keep skin nourished and hydrated.

BERGAMOT. Thanks to its antibacterial properties, bergamot essential oil is a natural cleanser. It’s particularly good for oily skin, helping to unclog pores and balance sebum levels.

LEMON. Rich in vitamin C, a necessary component to healthy skin care, lemon oil is a natural tonifier, balancing and rejuvenating the skin.

SQUASH. Source of antioxidant, cartenoids and vitamin E, pumpkin seed oil is also a great source of essential fatty acids (including linoleic acid) and zinc. Emollient and skin-replenish.

GRAPE JUICE. Rich in antioxidant, polyphenols, such as resveratrol, vitamins, microminerals, tartaric and malic acids, grape juice reduce fines lines, lighten dark spots and scars, tighten and firm the skin, promotes even skin tone.

GOJI BERRIES. the extract contains high concentrations of vitamins that actively showed antioxidant abilities and diminished oxidative stress, decrease the level of skin damaging molecules and promote the longevity of fibroblasts-cells that produce skin structural molecules such as collagen and elastin. This contributes an anti-aging effect that can help to promote the skin’s overall health and appearance.

CENTELLA. Known as one of the “miracle elixirs of life,” Centella’s medicinal properties have been well-documented in Chinese medicine. It’s rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin B1 and B2, niacin, and carotene, which combine to brighten skin and fight premature aging.

TEA TREE. This essential oil comes from the leaves of a species of tree called Melaleuca alternifolia, which grows in Australia. Due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, tea tree oil may help treat acne, oiliness and decrease pore size.

IVY. Its extract have a anti-cellulite effect because it helps prevent water accumulation in the skin. Active principles are flavonoids, saponins and polyphenolics with stimulating activity on general blood circulation and deeply dreinage action.

LITSEA (May Chang). Litsea is an evergreen shrub native to Southern Asia that can reach 10 meters high with small berries resembling peppers, hence the name “Mountain pepper”. Despite its lemon-scented leaves and flowers, it doesn’t belong to the citrus fruits family but is related to the Laurel and Cinnamon. Oil is full of potent antioxidants with a powerful re-energising effect. These active compounds work deep down within epidermis, repairing and renewing skin cells to help rejuvenate complexion. The skin will be able to protect itself from free radicals to prevent premature ageing and maintain a youthful glow.

TANGERINE. Tangerine oil is particularly helpful for treating skin conditions such as irritation, acne, stretch marks and scars.

SWEET ORANGE. Sweet orange oil increase the ability to absorb Vitamin C, collagen production, and blood flow, all of which are essential for anti-aging. Smooths the wrinkles and decrease the gravity of those not so fine lines.

CHAMOMILE. Chamomile extract boasts anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help soothe the skin, reducing redness and blemishes. It relieve skin irritations like eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea.

THYME. Thyme oil is known to stimulate circulation increasing blood flow to skin and offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties. Thyme oil is a skin tonic for fortification of the tissue.