A Hyaluronic acid is an essential component of our tissues. This acid is responsible for the elasticity, water absorption and fluid retention of our tissues. The age of 40 is a watershed, when hyaluronic acid production is halved, and by the age of 60, the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin is 10% of the original amount. It is clear, therefore, that one of the main weapons in the fight against ageing is the preservation of hyaluronic acid in the tissues and its return to the body.
From aloe vera gel has a very strong moisturizing effect, astringent and anti-inflammatory, allowing the skin to replenish water loss. It is nourishing, skin-healing, regenerating, reduces skin irritations, erythema (redness), sunburn, stimulates skin healing and improves microcirculation. Stimulates collagen formation. Suitable for all skin types, whether sensitive, irritated, damaged or allergic.
From Argan oil delays the ageing of the skin. It refreshes, moisturises and softens the skin. Reduces the symptoms of cellulite, psoriasis and eczema. Protects the skin from harmful UV rays, dilates the pores of the skin, does not close them. With prolonged use, it also reduces the severity of rosacea and pigmentation spots on the face.
A glycerol has excellent moisture retention properties. It draws moisture out of the air to prevent the skin from drying out, but creams containing too much glycerin (10%) can dry out the skin.
A shea butter a nourishing and highly moisturising, protective and regenerating preparation that accelerates scar formation, soothes irritated skin, prevents premature ageing, helps in cases of stretch marks, dermatitis.
From olive oil maintains the health of the skin. Great for treating dry skin. Skin softening,- nourishing,- moisturizing. Anti-inflammatory, removes redness and irritations.
A coconut oil antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti-ageing, protects against dangerous UV rays, moisturises and absorbs quickly. It nourishes the skin and acts as a sunscreen.
A lavender antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, sedative, circulatory, immune system boosting, analgesic and antifungal. It accelerates the healing of wounds that are difficult to heal. Relieves eczema, fungal infections.
A Panthenol B5 provitamin, favours an increase in sebum production. Accelerates wound healing, scarring. Improves skin hydration, reduces inflammation and absorbs quickly. Softens and smoothes the hair.
A 100% pure lemon essential oil has a strong bactericidal effect. It is an antidote to bacterial infections. Stimulates and strengthens the body's defences. Normalises sebum production in the skin. Eliminates dandruff and oiliness of the scalp, refreshes old skin, helps to eliminate cellulite. The scent of lemon essential oil is refreshing and invigorating.
A 100 % pure rosemary essential oil is also good for our hair and skin: it strengthens the hair and scalp, reduces hair loss, dandruff and oiliness.
A Dead Sea salt without drying it out, cleanses the skin of excess oil and dead skin cells. It revitalizes and leaves skin looking beautiful.
A 100 % in plant-based tenside, a mild, non-ionic surfactant, safe, readily biodegradable liquid. Gentle on the skin.
A marigold oil suitable for reducing inflammatory processes in the skin, accelerating the healing of wounds. It is particularly effective for sensitive and dry skin. It has a mildly antibacterial, antiseptic, astringent, soothing and relaxing action.
A chamomile oil is a much appreciated skin regenerator, recommended for all skin types, but especially for irritated, fragile skin. It is a recognised anti-inflammatory, relieving abnormal redness, eczema, hives and other skin conditions. Skin softening action absorbs easily and deeply, does not clog pores.
A cocoa butter Its anti-ageing, moisturising, sun-protective effects are well known. It is an excellent skin tightener, great for anti-stretch, eczema, dermatitis skin. It helps to relieve stress, strengthens the immune system. It also has a role in fighting cancer. It has a great ability to protect and moisturise skin exposed to various stresses, which is why cocoa butter is highly recommended for the treatment of eczema and dermatitis. Pregnant women have long used cocoa butter to prevent stretch marks or to reduce or eliminate those that have already formed. It keeps the skin supple. It soothes dry, itchy skin and is a powerful moisturizer. Massaging the body with cocoa butter body lotion helps to relieve stress, soothes irritated skin and has a role in fighting tumours. Cocoa butter is also high in polyphenols (CMP), which prevent the production of immunoglobulin, a known cause of dermatitis and asthma.
A almond oil is excellent for treating eczematous skin. It relieves itching, skin irritation and inflammation, and soothes, softens and smoothes the skin. It also softens the skin, restores its elasticity and slows down the ageing process.
A Damascus rose water a gentle toning floral water, firming and anti-ageing formulation, suitable for all skin types, which moisturises and refreshes the complexion. It has a refined, harmonious fragrance.
A wild rose oil a true elixir for the skin, regenerating, radiant, prevents premature ageing. It is known to help eliminate wrinkles, scars, stretch marks and stretch marks. It alleviates eczema. Restores the skin's youthful radiance.
A apricot kernel oil contributes significantly to the care of the skin. It is recommended for all skin types, especially dry, sensitive and dehydrated skin, but it can also relieve the symptoms of skin problems and rashes. It is useful in the treatment of cellulite and stretch marks. It can also be an excellent skin care oil for babies due to its soothing properties. Apricot kernel oil has a positive effect on the immune system, has an excellent stress-relieving effect and improves concentration.
A zinc oxide exfoliating, anti-itching, anti-inflammatory. Excellent for seborrheic, acneic skin, helps wound and herpes healing.
A corn starch recommended for oily, combination skin with excessive sebum production. The starch leaves the skin silky smooth and soft.