One plant, one specific indication
Typo manuscrite Cédrat

Citrus

Citrus medica L.

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Citrus fruit cultivated in the Mediterraneen is traditionally used for its tonic and cleansing benefits. We select Citrus to offer a real extract of lightness to normal to oily hair.

Desert Date

Balanites aegyptiaca L.

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We cultivate the Desert date seed in sub-Sahel region respecting its eco-system. Filled with essential fatty acid, proteins and sugar, it offers a full repair of the hair strand.

Flax fiber

Linum usitatissimum L.

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We have selected Flax, a light and delicate plant for its mucillage rich content, providing a natural volume support structure to the hair and producing a very supple volume from the roots.

Magnolia

Magnolia grandiflora L.

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From Magnolia leaves, cultivated in Southwest France we extract a moisturizing and protective wax. In perfect harmony with hair cuticles, it binds to their surface and provides exceptional shine.

Nettle

Urtica dioica L.

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The roots of white nettle have been dried in the sun using traditional methods to obtain a powerful botanical seboregulating active ingredient.

Avoine typo manuscrite

Oat

Avena sativa L.

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We select Oat for its exceptionally rich content in sugar, lipids and vitamins with softening and protecting properties.

Papyrus typo manuscrite

Papyrus

Cyperus esculentus L.

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Since the time of Ancient Egypt, Papyrus, which is rich in phospholipids and fatty acids, has traditionally been used in hair care. From its finely-ground roots, we extract a velvety milk with smoothing and nourishing properties.

Peony

Paeonia lactiflora Pall.

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We select Peony for its concentration of paeniflorine, a molecule with anti-irritating, soothing and antiradical properties, ideal for itchy scalps.

Pomegranate

Punica granatum L.

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Pomegranate's peels are harvested by hand using traditional methods and dried in the sun to concentrate their active ingredient in an extract with patented colour binding power.

Quinine

Cinchona calisaya Wedd.

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We select Cinchona, a tree native to South America traditionally used as a tonic and fortifying ingredient. Its bark is naturally rich in Quinine, a molecule with fortifying and strenghtening patented properties.

Pulpe de cédrat botanique gauche
Pulpe de cédrat botanique droite
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Ortie botanique droite
Lait d'amande botanique gauche
Lait d'amande botanique droite
Lait de papyrus botanique gauche
Pivoine botanique gauche
Pivoine botanique droite
quinine botanique gauche