watermelon: a sweet fruit that is nonetheless low in calories, due to the fact it consists largely of water. Its juice is rich in substances with draining, purifying and detoxifying properties, which help to fight the biological mechanisms linked to the formation of cellulite. Rich in vitamins and mineral salts, which can help to restore the hydrosaline and vitamin balance both during the drainage action and after sweating.
With emollient, softening, soothing and nourishing properties, this is one of the most widely-used oils in natural cosmetics. Vitamins E and B help fight skin ageing and promote cell renewal.
aronia: also known as chokeberry, this plant is typically found in North America, and produces dark berries that look like blueberries. These berries are rich in vitamins, minerals and polyphenols, substances that fight oxidation in tissues affected by micro-circulation issues.
A fruit rich in antioxidants and unsaturated fatty acids (especially omega-3), phytosterols, vitamins (especially vitamin A and vitamin E) and minerals that are particularly beneficial for maintaining well-nourished hair and nails.
Flebo tonic mix
flebo tonic mix: a balanced blend of liquid extracts of centella, pineapple and melilot with a draining and phlebotonic action. Centella helps to combat peripheral venous insufficiency, which causes swelling, cellulite and "orange peel" skin; melilot helps to reduce swelling in the lower limbs, as well as the feeling of heavy legs and ankles and cellulite; pineapple helps to fight cellulite and combat fluid retention, as well as reducing tissue inflammation.
Elderberry active water, obtained by macerating select berries in water, abounds in antioxidants and antibacterial substances. It is also ideal for treating impure and sensitive skin, helping reinforce the skin's protective barrier.
The Elderberry juice concentrate works from the inside and has a diuretic action favouring the drainage of body fluids.
Bluish berries from the South American rainforests, a very rich source of anthocyanins - a plant pigment and the source of the characteristic colour -, fibre, vitamin E, calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron. Specifically, the anthocyanins are antioxidants capable of fighting the premature ageing of cells and tissues. They are three times as effective as bilberries.
Obtained by cold pressing the fruit of the Babassu, a palm native to the Amazon rainforest, this oil is known for its emollient, nourishing and soothing properties. As such, it is ideal for moisturising the skin and preventing skin ageing.
The sap of the Birch tree, known for its diuretic and cleansing properties, helps improve the circulation of the lymphatic system. These features make it an ally for women who are fighting water retention. The benefits offered stem from the presence of flavonoids that stimulate urine production and thereby help eliminate excess liquids. It also prevents the proliferation of bacteria that can cause inflammation or urinary tract infections.
hydrolysed green walnut extract
Green walnut has elevated nutritional properties.The intermediate phase of development is one in which the fruit has not yet produced the hard shell. The hydrolysis of the pulp makes numerous substances bioavailable. Phenols, in particular, bind to proteins like keratin, strengthening its structure and making hair shiny and resistant, improving the ability to fight oxidants.
viola tricolor extract
Viola tricolor symbolises love and a calm spirit, a reference to balance and relaxation. The hydrolysed extract, which abounds in rutin, mucilage and salicylic acid, improves the synthesis of aquaporin 3, the protein responsible for the transport of water and hyaluronic acid. Overall, it improves the barrier effect by helping the skin actively maintain the right structure and level of moisture.