Taken from a plant from the Peruvian Amazon, Inca inchi oil is rich in Omega 3/6/9. It is restructuring, protecting, anti-oxidising and soothing for the skin.
A root vegetable which grows on high Peruvian plateaux, maca is known for its energising and stimulating properties.
A desiccation-tolerant plant of South African desert areas, rich in anti-oxidants, myrothamnus protects the skin against environmental stresses (UVA, UVB, heat and cold).
Myrtle, a Mediterranean shrub prized in Antiquity for its rejuvenating virtues, is a true cellular rejuvenator and protector of tissue longevity.
Native to Africa and western Asia, nut grass roots strengthen the unique structure of the papillary dermis, the first target of intrinsic skin ageing, and restore the skin’s bio-mechanical properties.
The pomegranate is a major source of anti-oxidants (polyphenols) and recreates a water reservoir deep within the skin for long-lasting moisturising.
The fruit of the cactus, the prickly pear is an excellent source of vitamins A, B2, B3 and PP which revitalise and stimulate cellular renewal.
A desiccation-tolerant plant from the desert regions of Syria, the rose of Jericho is an excellent moisturiser.