A micro-organism from hot springs in ocean abysses, abyssine soothes and reduces the redness of sensitive skin irritated by chemical, mechanical and UVB attacks.
This Mexican plant called “Gold of the Incas” actively protects the skin from free radicals and helps cellular regeneration.
A tropical plant from South America, the candle bush is rich in K3OS, a natural protection system used by plants against UV irradiation. It protects our DNA and helps our cells maintain their “youth” despite the chronic effects of the sun.
The commiphora mukul is a tree that grows in arid regions of western India, and on the Arabian Peninsula. It helps maintain the skin’s tone and effectively fills in wrinkles.
The butter obtained from the cupuacu tree, native to in the Brazilian Amazon, soothes, moisturises and calms fragile skin.
A plant native to arid regions of North America, rich in omega 6, the evening primrose prevents dehydration, rebuilds the skin’s barrier, regenerates and rebalances the skin, and soothes and softens the epidermis.
Fumitory is an annual plant, common in Europe and around the world, which offers effective protection against the damaging effects of ozone on the skin.
The extract obtained from the bark of the branches of the horse chestnut tree, native to the Balkans, facilitates circulation and instantly smoothes tired traits.
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