Natural Ingredients

Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera is a valuable panacea for the skin due to its many cosmetic properties such as: moisturising, anti-inflammatory/ soothing and refreshing action. Moisturizing and precious even on hair.



Oat is an essential ingredient in the beauty routine of those looking for properties such as:
• Nourishing
• Soothing
• Emollient
• Moisturising
This is why oat extracts are used to prepare creams for especially dry and dehydrated skin types. Its gentleness makes facial cleansers highly tolerable, respecting the main epidermal functions of the most sensitive skin types.

Goji Berries


Especially rich in Carotenoids, Vitamin C and Vitamin A, essential for the health and beauty of skin, nails and hair. Through the antioxidant action and the activation of specific cell protection mechanisms, they stimulate a photo-protective and anti-aging activity on the skin, protecting it from the natural signs of aging.

Shea Butter


It helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improves skin elasticity. If applied on skin or hair it also fights the damage caused by free radicals. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and fatty acids that moisturise skin and hair leaving them both supple.



Camomile flavonoids are also used in cosmetics for the hair. When included in the right concentration in the formulas of shampoos and conditioners, they add shine and golden highlights to blond and light brown hair. Certain components of the essential oil, especially alpha-bisabol and vivid-blue chamazulene, make an important contribution to the decongestant properties of camomile.



Hemp is one of the oldest plants grown by man. It softens the skin and promotes its function as a natural barrier. Its anti-inflammatory effect makes hemp suitable even for delicate skin. Moreover, hemp oil is also a good anti-oxidant, and as such perfect for dry and mature skin. It absorbs quickly and makes the skin soft and smooth to the touch.



Bamboo Activated Charcoal is a very porous powder, obtained from the processing of Bamboo wood and features great absorption capacity, and is delicate on the skin and 100% natural.



In natural cosmetics, coconut oil is used due its nourishing effect on skin and hair. The exceptional properties of lauric acid – the main fatty acid in coconut – have been known from time immemorial, and that is why this fruit is so much sought after for cosmetic products.

Peach Flowers


Natural active ingredient obtained applying patented technology. Thanks to the flavonoids in its special composition, it helps protect skin and hair against daily exposure to atmospheric pollution.



Lime is part of citrus fruits, and the oil extracted from its peel is considered an important ingredient in cosmetic products thanks to its anti-septic, anti-viral, and anti-bacterial properties. Moreover, it also has a disinfectant effect. Last but not least, in aromatherapy it is used against depression but also as a refreshing and stimulating substance



Its content of calcium, Vitamin C, magnesium and potassium makes it excellent for personal hygiene, as well as for women’s daily beauty routine. In hair care, it is a valuable ally against dandruff and helps dull hair to regain its radiance



Almonds are not only a tasty fruit but also, from time immemorial, they are a valuable ingredient in skin care therapy. This is due to the fact that almond oil is rich in nourishing and anti-oxidant substances which moisturise dry skin, improving its tone and appearance and leaving it soft and silky to the touch. This is why almond oil is often used in cosmetics.

Green Apple


In addition to being good to the palate and our body’s health, apples are excellent for face, body and hair care. Apples are rich in active ingredients, including pectin, Vitamins C, PP, B1, B2, A and E, beta-carotene, and citric and malic acids, which protect cells.



Pomegranate is a powerful anti-oxidant ingredient: it fights the formation of free radicals. It is a natural anti-age remedy useful to prevent the formation of wrinkles and other signs of aging, including loss of elasticity and tone, or the appearance of dark spots. It protects hair colour.



Fresh and fragrant, mint turns into a true elixir of beauty. It performs an astringent action on skin and on scalp and regulates sebum production yielding a refreshing effect.

Avocado oil


From the pressing of the fruits of the Avocado plant we obtain a very nourishing oil, suitable for treating dry and dehydrated skin. Its particular lipid composition favors the restoration of the cutaneous hydrolipidic film, making the skin soft and well nourished.

Jojoba Oil


It revitalises, regenerates and soothes irritated skin, and strengthens wrinkles and hair. Ease of absorption and great ability to penetrate through the small pores of the epidermis, leaving it smooth and silky, make jojoba oil an excellent moisturiser.

Mosqueta rose oil


The oil, obtained from the pressing of the seeds, consists mainly of the precious essential polyunsaturated fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6); it has repairing, regenerating and anti-aging properties.

Omega 3-6


Omega 3 and Omega 6 are essential elements to keep skin healthy and beautiful. A skin lacking them looks dry, fragile and dehydrated.

Royal Jelly


Royal jelly is a completely natural substance, produced by bees and rich in properties that are very beneficial to human beings. Indeed, among the various benefits that derive from royal jelly is also a stimulation of cellular metabolism, which in turn makes the skin soft and radiant. It is a great product to improve the appearance of skin featuring premature wrinkling and blemishes.



It mainly contains sugars (sucrose, fructose and glucose), which make it an active ingredient widely used in the preparation of cosmetics with soothing and restorative properties. Rich in anti-oxidant polyphenols and flavonoids with elasticizing properties. Soft on hair.

Argan Oil


Emollient, nourishing and soothing. It contains unsaturated fatty acids and large amounts of Vitamin E, known for its anti-oxidant properties. It is a non-greasy, fast-absorbing oil, useful for providing nourishment and softness, as well as restoring the hydrolipidic balance of skin and hair.

Olive Oil


The Phoenicians called it ‘liquid gold’, the Egyptians used it to soften the skin and to make their hair shiny, the Greek athletes used it for massages and rubbing. Recent studies have shown that the chemical composition of fats in olive oil is very similar to that of sebum in the human skin. Indeed, the structure of extra-virgin olive oil is rich in polyphenols and vitamin E, which naturally fight free radicals, inflammation, and oxidative stress, preventing skin ageing.

Centifolia Rose


The Centifolia Rose, also called “hundred-petaled rose”, has moisturizing properties, alleviates skin reddening and repairs and renews the skin. Its petals are rich in vitamins and fatty acids, enabling renewal of the cellular process.



They contain mucilages, minerals and vitamins, which are water-soluble substances extracted by immersing seeds in water; these substances are beneficial to treat acne topically and to moisturise and nourish skin and hair.

Green Tea


Green tea is obtained by early and fresh leaves treated so as to inhibit fermentation processes (this is why it is also called unfermented tea). The extract is mainly made of those polyphenols that are responsible for its great anti-oxidant properties: this results in its great use in anti-ageing products as it protects micro-circulation and against free radicals.



When applied to skin, ginger helps erase scars and blemishes; it fights acne and pimples and has a purifying and cleansing action on hair and scalp. It has an anti-inflammatory effect.