The name “lavender” comes from the Latin word for “wash”, referring to the custom of using these flowers to perfume bath waters. The practice of extracting the essence of this flower for cosmetic use is also very old. Its toning and refreshing properties makes this flower a cure-all for the vitality of the skin.
Orange Blossom Water
Orange blossom water, with its delicately floral and citrusy perfume, with a particular bitter-sweet note, is ideal as a facial toner for mature, dry, and dull skin, thanks to its revitalising properties and its capacity to restore radiance to the complexion.
Aloe Vera from Organic Agriculture
Aloe Vera is a succulent that prefers warm dry climates, like in Africa and South America, but can also be cultivated in other Mediterranean countries like Italy, Spain, and Greece. Thanks to the richness of mucopolysaccharides, it has a notable capacity to capture water, resulting in an effective moisturiser. Its amino acids, vitamins, and minerals also help nourish the skin.
A polysaccharide of natural origins extracted from the cells of the Aureobasidium pullulans fungus, it forms protective film that helps to fight the ageing of skin. It creates an immediate toning effect that visibly improves the skin’s appearance.
A plant derivative extracted from the seeds of the Ceratonia siliqua, or carob tree
This is a totally botanical alternative to hyaluronic acid, extracted from the seeds of the Ceratonia siliqua, the carob tree. It has an excellent affinity with the skin and prevents dehydration.
It wraps the epidermis in a delicate and permeable film, giving it resistance, tone, and firmness, leaving skin with a velvety appearance and a sensation of absolute comfort.
Blend of Hydrating Agents
A mix of humectant and hydrating ingredients that help to maintain the natural hydration of the skin.