Yellow clay
Yellow clayDid you know that yellow clay derives its characteristic colour from the various minerals it contains? It contains iron, iron oxides and trace elements that give it its hue.
Oat extractOats are one of the world's oldest cereals, cultivated since at least 2000 BC. It was originally consumed as cattle feed, before being incorporated into the human diet.
Papaya leaves extract
Papaya leaves extractAround 500 different varieties of papaya are grown around the world. Scientifically known as Carica papaya, this exotic fruit is prized for its sweet, delicate flesh, which is distinguished by its bright orange hue.
Ecklonia cava
Ecklonia cava (brown seaweed)Ecklonia cava is a species of brown seaweed native to Asia. Like other algae, it has long been used in Korea and Japan, where it is better known as "kaijime".
Red vine leaves
Red vine leavesVitis vinifera is a common vine species, producing most of the grapes used in wine production worldwide. This species is widely cultivated for viticultural purposes, but also to produce table grapes and raisins.
Lemon leavesDid you know that lemons can be enjoyed all year round? The lemon tree blooms several times a year (up to four times), much to the delight of lovers of this deliciously tart fruit.
Orange leavesDid you know that orange leaves can be used as a natural insect repellent? When heated, their perfume repels mosquitoes.
Soy protein
Soy proteinSoybean cultivation in China dates back some 5,000 years, testifying to its long history. Initially employed for its medicinal properties, it eventually evolved into a vital staple crop in the region.
Jojoba protein
Jojoba proteinThe name "jojoba" originates from the Mexican word "chochoba," referring to a beverage crafted from the extracts of this plant. This concoction was frequently employed by shamans for the purpose of predicting harvests.
Olive tree leaves
Olive tree leavesA symbol of peace and reconciliation for centuries, the olive tree stands out as an extraordinarily enduring species, with a rich cultural heritage dating back to antiquity.
Safflower oil
Safflower oilSafflower, known since antiquity for its blossoms, is valued for the natural pigments found in its flowers. In the past, its petals were conventionally employed in the creation of yellow and red dyes for textiles and culinary purposes.
Sweet almond oil
Sweet almond oilDid you know that sweet almond oil was already used in ancient Egypt and by the Romans? Pharaohs used it for massages and oil baths.
Watercress ExtractWatercress contains several minerals and vitamins. It is increasingly used in cosmetic care for its revitalizing properties for the face.