fermented tonka bean extract
Considered a good-luck charm in South America, it is the fruit of a tree in the Fabaceae family, which grows in Central America, between Mexico and Venezuela. The polyphenols in the fermented extract absorb UV radiation and emit it back out from your face. The result is brighter, revitalised skin.
Escin from horse chestnut
Is a mixture of saponins found in Horse chestnut, which have vasoprotective and vasoconstrictive properties, useful for a healthy circulatory system.
Phytocomplex from hydrolysed olive, almond, linseed and borage seed oils
This phytocomplex is obtained through a special enzymatic treatment of the almond, linseed, olive and borage seed oils. The cosmetic properties of the mixture thus obtained are much stronger than those of the original oils. It's more rapidly absorbed and as such has greater hydrating, antioxidant and firming properties.
From avocados grown as sustainable crops in Peru, through an upcycling process based on a “no waste philosophy”. Obtained through an extraction process from which the fruit's polyphenols are derived. The polyphenols revive the eye contour area, reducing the appearance of puffiness and dark circles: they reduce swelling in the subcutaneous oedema and act on microcirculation and skin pigmentation, minimising the visibility of dark circles. As a result, your complexion acquires a more uniform appearance and the eye contour area looks glowing and revitalised.
Ruscus aculeatus and caffeine liposomes
Liposomes are minute spherical sacs that facilitate the absorption of active ingredients in the skin. These liposomes stimulate the microcirculation of the skin, and contain caffeine, with draining and energising properties, as well as ruscus aculeatus root extract. Ruscus aculeatus, also known as ‘butcher's broom’, is a wood shrub and the extract derived from its root is rich in flavonoids, which also help maintain the normal functioning of microcirculation.