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This Scheme of Plant Science is educational information about the ingredients that does not represent the functions of the products.

Spinach Nutraceuticals
Extracted from spinach leaves, this super concentrated powder is rich in lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants of the carotenoids family, and in betaine. Spinach extract is known for its anti-aging properties. Its nutritive power lies in its great vitamin and mineral richness. Indeed, 100 g of spinach have a daily intake of: Two thirds of vitamin A requirements, almost all folic acid, half of the vitamin C, almost a quarter of magnesium, more than a quarter of iron requirements.

Tamarindus Indica Seed Extract
The seeds contain 65 to 70 % of polysaccharides (molecular weight smaller than hyaluronic acid’s polysaccharides), 15 to 20% of proteins and 3 to 5% of oil. Exceptional moisturizing and smoothing properties that visibly diminish lines and wrinkles.

Grape seed oil
Oil rich in linoleic acids, this oil contains procyanidins which is believed to be an antioxidant 50 times stronger than vitamin E, and 20 times more powerful than the vitamin C with which it acts in synergy. Actives found in cold pressed grape seed oil protect cells from oxidation by free radicals, and fight premature aging of the skin.

 

Lingonberry Seed Oil
This oil, which comes from the Arctic, is rich in essential fatty acids, plant phytosterols and antioxidants. It has a high concentration of alpha-linoleic acid with calming properties.

Shea Butter
Shea butter is a substance extracted from the fruits of the shea tree, a tree growing in the savanna trees of West Africa. Rich in vitamins A and E shea butter stimulates the natural regenerating process favoring the cutaneous healing. Its high content in unsaponifiables (sterols) helps prevent skin damage and premature aging of the skin. It also favors skin hydration.

Tomato extract
Extract of the fruit, leaves and stem of the tomato. Tomato extract, or lycopene, acts as a free radical scavenger, inhibiting the destruction of extracellular molecules. Fights oxidative stress and counteracts the harmful effects of solar radiation. Brings an intense hydration and gives back elasticity and suppleness to the skin. Improves skin texture and comfort.

 

Ginger extract
This ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), is a plant originally from Asia. From its rhizome, leaves and cone are extracted the zerumbone for these antioxidant, decongestant, draining, calming and restorative properties.

Caffeine extract
Caffeine is especially present in the seeds of coffee and guarana, as well as in the leaves of yerba mate and tea tree. It is sometimes called theine, guaranine, or mateine. The first source of caffeine is the coffee bean. Stimulating and lypolitic, it diminishes the appearance of cellulite.

Cinnamon essential oil
Cinnamon is the inner bark of Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) mainly from Sri Lanka. The oil is obtained by distillation of this bark. Stimulant, antiseptic, vasodilator, it also promotes micro-circulation.

 

Avocado oil
Avocado oil contains more than 20% essential unsaturated fatty acids. It contains vitamins A, C, D, E, and proteins, beta-carotene, lecithin, unsaponifiables (sterols) and potassium. It favors healing, reduces irritation and helps protect the skin from ultraviolet rays.

Mango butter
Mangifera Indica is a fruit from India. It is grown in tropical regions. The butter comes from the almond contained in the fruit's core. The semi-solid appearance of these seeds (almonds) contains 35-50% oleic acid, 5-8% palmitic acid, 4-8% linoleic acid and 33-48% stearic acid. This butter conditions, softens and moisturizes the skin.

Plum oil
Exceptionally rich in tocopherol and in essential fatty acids to fight premature aging by giving back to the skin its suppleness, its elasticity and its protective barrier.

 

Yellow Sand poppy
Glaucium flavum is a yellow flowering plant indigenous to the sands of the Mediterranean coast and the Atlantic coasts. From these leaves is extracted an alkaloid, glaucine, which is used in cosmetics for its draining and firming properties of the epidermis.

Borage oil
Borage oil is the only one with evening primrose oil to contain the very valuable gamma-linolenic acid (an essential fatty acid derivative) very effective against the appearance of skin aging. Borage seed oil, extracted by first cold pressing, is rich in polyunsaturated essential fatty acids, in Omega-6 and more specifically in gamma-linoleic acid (20% GLA). This oil ensures regeneration and fights the visible signs of aging skin.

Evening primrose oil
Evening primrose oil is the only one with borage oil to contain the very precious gamma-linolenic acid (an essential fatty acid derivative) very effective against the appearance of skin aging. Evening primrose oil comes from the seeds of the evening primrose. It contains 72% of linoleic acid and 9% of gamma linolenic acid. It also contains a certain amount of vitamin E. This oil ensures regeneration and diminishes the visible signs of aging skin.

 

Ucuuba butter
Native to Central and South America, Ucuuba Butter is a natural butter cold pressed from the seeds of the Ucuuba tree. Ucuuba butter has proven anti-inflammatory effect, and have healing and antiseptic properties. Exceptionally rich in essential fatty acids, Ucuuba Butter is considered to have anti-aging properties and can be used to replenish tone and moisture dry and mature skin.

Cupuaçu butter(theobroma grandiflorum)
Cupuaçu is a tropical rainforest tree related to Cacao. Due to its high level of linoleic acid it has exceptional soothing, moisturizing and conditioning properties. It contributes in rebalancing the protective functions of the epidermis and favors the natural healing process of the skin. It also offers a natural protection against UV rays.

Extract of brown algae
This edible plant (Alaria esculenta) is found on the coasts of the North Atlantic. Its high-tech anti-aging extract is calming and restores suppleness, elasticity and firmness to the tissues

 

The upper layers of the epidermis
From an appearance and/or sensation perspective

This Scheme of Plant Science is educational information about the ingredients that does not represent the functions of the products.

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