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Acacia senegal gum extract

Acanthium flower/leaf/stem extract

acidity regulator:

Acido sorbico

Adansonia digitata pulp extract

Adansonia digitata Seed Oil

Baobab oil is a highly prized vegetable oil extracted from the seeds found in the first ripening of the fruit of the homonymous plant. The Baobab is a majestic tropical tree belonging to the Bombacaceae family. Its life is very long: most Baobabs live 500 years, but in some parts of Africa, 5,000-year-old specimens appear to exist. The sacredness of this plant for African populations is so respected by the inhabitants that only initiates and sages are allowed to climb on it to collect fruits and leaves, it is often called by the Africans as "Sacred Tree" or "Tree of Life". The name "Baobab" would instead derive from the Arabic BUHIBAB (fruit of multiple seeds). The numerous seeds are in fact considered the most valuable part of the fruit since from their squeezing the precious Baobab oil is obtained, rich in antioxidants and vitamin C, for this perfect against chapping, to give brightness and shine to dry hair, to give elasticity to dry and wrinkled skin, to strengthen the nails and also as a massage oil. Origin Extracted from baobab seeds by cold pressing. Function Emollient, elasticizing, antioxidant, revitalizing, restructuring and nourishing.

Aesculus Hippocastanum Leaf Extract

Alaria Esculenta Extract


Alcohol denat


Alkanna Tinctoria Root Extract


Aloe barbadensis leaf juice

Aloe ferox Leaf Extract

Althaea Officinalis Root Extract

Althea officinalis root extract

Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate

Ananas Sativus Fruit Extract

Anethum graveolens Seed Oil



Anthemis nobilis flower extract

Arbutus unedo fruit extract


Arctium lappa Root Extract

Argania spinosa (argan) kernel oil*

Argania Spinosa Kernel Extract

Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil


Arnica Montana Flower Extract

Ascorbyl Palmitate

Ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) leaves

Assam black tea

Astrocaryum murumuru Seed Butter

Avena sativa kernel extract

Avena Sativa Meal Extract

Avena Strigosa Seed Extract

Azelaic Acid

Bamboo leaves

Bambus arundinacea stem extract

Banana Flavour (Musa Paradisiaca)

Behenamidopropyl Dimethylamine

Bellis perennis flowers extract


Benzoat benzyl

Benzoic Acid

Benzyl alcohol

benzyl benzoate

benzyl cinnamate

Benzyl salicylate


Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root Extract

Beta vulgaris root extract


Bidens pilosa Extract

Birch (Betula pendula roth) leaves


Bixa Orellana Seed Extract

Black pepper

Black pu∙erh tea

Black tea


Blueberry leaf

Boswellia Serrata Resin Extract

Brassica Campestris/Aleurites Fordi Oil Copolymer

Butiruspermuum Parkii Butter

Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter

Butyrospermum parkii butter

Karié butter is a natural substance extracted from the seeds of an African tree, also called Butyrospermun parkii, in honor of its discoverer Mungo Park, a Scottish explorer from the late 18th century who on one of his many trips along the Niger River. The shea tree grows spontaneously in Central Africa and is an imposing tree 10 to 15 meters tall, with dark green leaves clustered at the end of the branches. African populations have used shea butter since ancient times, so much so that the tree is called a "tree of health and youth" because of the beneficial properties of its nuts, from which a buttery substance is obtained. Raw shea butter is yellowish in color and has a sweet smell. For cosmetic use, shea butter is deprived of all impurities and deodorized.

C13-15 Alkane



Calcium Gluconate

Calcium sulfate hydrate

Calendula Officinalis Extract

Calendula officinalis flower extract

Camelia oleifera seed oil

Camellia Oleifera Seed Oil

Cananga odorata flower oil

Cannabis Sativa Leaf Extract

Cannabis Sativa Seed Extract

Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

Caprylic/Capric Trygliceride

Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside





Cellulose Acetate

Centaurea cyanus flower extract

Centella asiatica extract

Cera alba

Certified Organic Strawberry Flavour (Fragaria Chiloensis)

Cetearyl alcohol

Cetearyl Glucoside

Cetearyl olivate

Cetyl Alcohol

Cetyl palmitate

Cetyl Ricinoleate

Ceylon black tea


Chamomilla recutita flower water

Charcoal Powder

Cherry (Prunus cerasus L.) peduncles

Chondrus Crispus Extract

CI 77007

CI 77007 (Ultramarines)

CI 77288

CI 77491

CI 77492

CI 77492 (Iron Oxide)

CI 77499

CI 77499 (Iron Oxide)

CI 77502

CI 77891










Cinnamic Acid

Cinnamomum Cassia Leaf Oil

Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Bark Oil


Cinnamyl alcohol



Citric acid


Citronellol is a natural component of essential oils of lemongrass, rose and geranium. It is presented as a colorless liquid with a floral smell, it is used mainly in perfumes and in the manufacture of insect repellent products. Given its intense sensitizing capacity, Citronellol is included in the list of 26 scented substances considered to be potentially allergenic, which by law should be listed on the label when its percentage exceeds 0.001% in the products that remain on the skin and 0.01% in the product. rinsing products.

Citrus aurantifolia Oil

Citrus Aurantifolia Peel Oil Distilled

Citrus Aurantium Amara Flower Water

Citrus Aurantium Amara Leaf/Twig Oil

Citrus Aurantium Amara Peel Oil

Citrus Aurantium Bergamia Fruit Extract

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Extract

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Peel Oil Expressed

Citrus Bergamia Peel Oil Expressed

Citrus Clementina Fruit Extract

Citrus Clementina Fruit Extract, Citrus Nobilis Fruit Extract

Citrus Grandis Peel Extract

Citrus Grandis Peel Oil

Citrus Limon Fruit Oil

Citrus Limon Peel Oil

Citrus Medica Limonum Peel Extract

Citrus Nobilis Fruit Extract

Citrus Reticulata Peel Oil

Citrus Sinensis Peel Oil Expressed

Citrus Tangerina Peel Extract










Cocamide DEA

Cocamidopropyl Betaine

Coco glucoside

When Glucose – sugar and starch from wheat or corn – reacts chemically with the fatty alcohols derived from Coconut Oil, the result is Coco Glucoside: a natural, gentle, and environmentally-friendly cleansing agent and surfactant (a title that is the shortened version of the term “Surface Active Agent”). Coco Glucoside may also result from the combination of Glucose and Palm Oil derivatives.



Cocoa powder

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract

Cocos nucifera oil

Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Seed Extract

Coffee arabica seed oil


Corylus avellana seed oil


Coumarin is a crystalline white solid with a sweet, vanilla, nutty scent. When highly diluted, the scent is reminiscent of freshly-mown hay. In cosmetics and personal care products, Coumarin is used in the formulation of aftershave lotions, bath products, bubble baths, cleansing products, moisturizers, skin care products and suntan products. Coumarin functions as a fragrance ingredient. Coumarin occurs naturally in a wide variety of plants including tonka bean, lavender, lovage, yellow sweet clover, and woodruff.

Crataegus Monogyna Flower Extract

Crataegus oxyacantha extract

Cucumis Melo Fruit Extract

Cupressus Sempervirens Leaf Oil

Curcuma Longa Root Powder

Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba Gum

Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil


Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Web.) Root

Darjeeling black tea

Daucus carota sativa root extract

Decaffeinated green tea

Decyl glucoside

Dehydroacetic Acid


Diatomaceous earth

Dicaprylyl Ether

Dioxido titanio

Dipteryx odorata bean extract

Dipteryx Odorata Seed Extract

Disodium Caproyloyl Glutamate

Disodium Capryloyl Glutamate

Disodium cocoyl glutamate

Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate

Disodium phosphate

Distearoylethyl Dimonium Chloride

Dried lime

Dry Lime

Dypterix odorata seed extract



Elettaria cardamomum seed extract

Elichrysum Italicum Extract

Emblica Officinalis Fruit Extract

Ethyl Lauroyl Argin ate Hcl

Ethyl Lauroyl Arginate HCl

Ethylhexyl Stearate


Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil

Eucalyptus us globulus leaf oil

Eugenia Caryophyllus Bud Oil

Eugenia Caryophyllus Flower Oil




Flores Hypericirecentes


Folia Oleae








Fucus vesiculosus extract

Fumaria (Fumaria officinalis L.) aerial part





Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract

Glicolic acid



Glyceril oleate


The vegetable glycerin used is a by-product of the oil saponification process. It has the appearance of a thick, viscous, transparent, odorless liquid. Glycerin absorbs water in the structure, creating an inhospitable environment for microbes. This function is of paramount importance in the cosmetic industry, because the vast majority of cosmetic formulas have high percentages of water. To make these products easily applicable and glide on the skin, it is essential to use a substance such as glycerin, which retains the water in the preparation and prevents drying of the cosmetic product during storage and subsequent consumption. In addition, the glycerin added to the normal cream increases its moisturizing effect, protecting the skin from dehydration and promoting the regeneration of epidermal cells. It is also recommended on skin affected by eczema, psoriasis, bruises and cuts. Contrary to what is usually read, glycerin does not dehydrate the skin and it is not the dosage that limits its use, it is the correct balance with the other ingredients of the formula that creates a functional recipe. Finally, glycerin is an excellent substance to nourish dry hair, especially for those with curly hair, as it helps to regulate and keep them hydrated, providing elasticity and softness. It is advisable not to apply it alone, but to associate it with shampoos or conditioners.


Glyceryl caprate

Glyceryl caprylate

Glyceryl oleate

Glyceryl Stearate

Glyceryl stearate citrate

Glyceryl stearate se


Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil Unsaponifiables

Glycine Soja Germ Extract

Glycine soja oil

Glycine Soja Oil (Soybean) Unsaponifiables

Glycine soja oil unsaponifiables

Glycine Soja Sterols

Glycyrrhiza glabra root extract

Gossypium herbaceum Seed Oil

Green cardamom

Green tea

Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride


Hamamelis Virginiana leaf extract

Hamamelis virginiana leaf water

Hamamelis virginiana water

hammamelis virginiana bark/leaf extract

Hawthorn berries


Hedera Helix Leaf Extract

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil Unsaponifiables

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed OilUnsaponifiables

Helianthus Annuus Extract

Helianthus annuus seed oil

Helianthus annuus seed oil unsaponifiables

Helichrysum (Helichrysum italicum (Roth.) G. Don.) Flowering aerial part

Helychrisum italicum extract



Hippophae rahmnoides fruit extract

Hippophae rahmnoides kernel extract

Hippophae rhamnoides Fruit Extract


Humulus Lupulus (Hops) Flower Extract

Humulus Lupulus Cone Extract

Humulus lupulus extract

Humulus Lupulus Flower Extract

Hydrated Silica

Hydrogenated starch hydrolyzate

Hydrogenated vegetable oil

Hydrolyzed corn starch

Hydrolyzed Hibiscus Esculentus Extract

Hydrolyzed soy protein

Hydrolyzed wheat gluten

Hydrolyzed wheat protein



Hydroxystearic/linolenic/oleic Polyglycerides

Illicium Verum fruit / seed oil


Inulin, Fructose

Iris florentina root extract

Iris germanica root

Iris Pallida Root Extract

Isoamyl Laurate



Jasmine flowers

Jasminum Sambac Flower Extract

Juniperus Communis Fruit Oil


Lactic acid

Lactic acid is a substance derived from fermentation carried out by bacteria defined as lactic acid, such as Streptococcus, Pediococcus and Lactobacillus, in molasses, beet or sugar cane, therefore, a product of vegetable derivation only. Lactic acid is formed by the bacterial reduction of pyruvic acid (CH3COCOOH), from vegetable raw materials, going through a complex series of enzymatic reactions similar to those that occur in alcoholic fermentation. In fact, lactic acid in the free state is also found in many plants, where it is precisely the product of the fermentation carried out by lactic acid bacteria. In cosmetics, lactic acid is used as a regulator of the skin's hydrolipidic balance. It has an exfoliating, disinfectant and renewing action, so it is ideal for acne-prone skin, in addition to making scars, dark spots and wrinkles less visible, as it stimulates aging and damaged skin to regenerate, promoting normal cell renewal. The chemical structure of lactic acid is therefore completely different from that of milk lactose and does not contain milk proteins, which is why it does not create any problem for anyone who is intolerant or allergic to lactose and milk proteins, or for those who, as a conscious philosophy of life he chose to be vegan or vegetarian.

Lappa root extract*

Lauroyl lysine

Lauryl Glucoside


Lavandula Angustifolia Flower Water

Lavandula Hybrida Flower Water

Lavandula Hybrida Grosso Herb Oil

Lavandula Hybrida oil

Lavandula latifolia extract de ervas

Lavandula latifolia herb extract





Lemon myrtle

Lemon peel

Lemon verbena


Lentinula edodes extract



Lime (Tilia platyphyllos Scop.) Bark



Limonene is a colorless liquid with a light, fresh, and sweet citrus odor used to make fragrances and flavors. It is naturally occurring substance found in many citrus fruits. In cosmetics and personal care products, Limonene is used in the formulation of aftershave lotions, bath products, bubble baths, cleansing products, eye shadows, hair products, lipsticks, mascara, moisturizers, perfumes and colognes, shampoos, skin care products and suntan products. Limonene functions as a fragrance ingredient and as a solvent.


Linoleic acid

Linolenic acid

Linseed Acid

Linum Usitatissimum Seed Extract

Linum Usitatissimum Seed Oil

Linum usitatissium Seed Oil


Macadamia ternifolia Seed Oil

Magnesium oxide

Magnesium stearate

Magnesium Sulfate

Malpighia emarginata Fruit Extract


Malva sylvestris extract

Malva Sylvestris Leaf Extract


Maris sal

Medicago sativa extract


Melaleuca alternifolia Leaf Oil

Melaleuca Leucadendron Cajuputi Leaf Oil

Melia Azadirachta Seed Oil

Melilotus officinalis extract

Melissa officinalis leaf water

Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil

Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

Mentha Piperita Leaf Extract

Mentha Piperita Oil

Mentha spicata herb extract

Mentha Spicata Herb Oil

Mentha Spicata Oil

Mentha Vviridis Leaf Oil


Menthyl Lactate


Mica e iron oxides


Moringa (Moringa oleifera Lam) leaves powder

Moringa (Moringa oleifera Lam.) Leaves

Moringa Pterygosperma Seed Extract

Moroccan lava clay

Myrciaria dubia Fruit Extract

Myristyl Alcohol

Myroxylon balsamum balsam extract


Myrtus communis leaf oil


Ocimum Basilicum Oil


Stearyl Alcohol, Oleyl Alcohol and Octyldodecanol are long chain fatty alcohols. Stearyl Alcohol is a white, waxy solid with a faint odor, while Oleyl Alcohol and Octyldodecanol are clear, colorless liquids. These three ingredients are found in a wide variety of products such as hair conditioners, foundations, eye makeup, skin moisturizers, skin cleansers and other skin care products. Stearyl Alcohol, Oleyl Alcohol and Octyldodecanol help to form emulsions and prevent an emulsion from separating into its oil and liquid components. These ingredients also reduce the tendency of finished products to generate foam when shaken. When used in the formulation of skin care products, Stearyl Alcohol, Oleyl Alcohol and Octyldodecanol act as a lubricants on the skin surface, which gives the skin a soft, smooth appearance.

Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil

Olea europaea fruit oil

Olea europaea oil

Olea europea fruit extract


Oolong Tea

Orange peel

Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil

Organic Cinnamon

organic Cloves

organic Orange Peel

Ormenis Multicaulis Flower Oil

Orthosiphon (Orthosiphon stamineus Benth) leaves

Oryza sativa (Rice) Extrac

Oryza Sativa (Rice) Powder

Oryza sativa extract

Oryza sativa extracte*

Oryza sativa powder

Oryza Sativa Starch



Papaver rhoeas petal extract

Papaver Somniferum Seed


word "parfum" groups several categories, perfumes are actually mixtures of substances that can have different origins, natural or synthetic. Our perfumes are only mixtures of essential oils and / or substances of natural origin, totally excluding the synthetic component. The allergens present (for example, linalool) and the non-odorous part are also of natural origin (naturally contained in essential oils), unlike synthetic perfumes in which the petroleum molecule, synthetic or natural molecules are dissolved in glycols (substances of origin petrochemicals).


Paullinia cupana Fruit Extract

Pca Glyceryl Oleate


Pelargonium Graveolens Extract

Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil

Pelargonium Graveolens Oil

Pelargonium Graveolens Stem Leaf Oil

Pelvetia Canaliculata Extract

Perilla Frutescens Leaf Extract

Persea gratissima oil

Persea Very Fine Oil

Petroselinum arvense

Phenethyl alcohol



Phragmites kharka extract

Phyllostachys viridis

Pilosella (Hieracium pilosella L.) aerial part es titrated at 0.4% in vitexina

Pimpinella anisum seed extract

Pineapple (Ananas comosus L. Merr) stem eg titrated in bromelain 250 GDU / g

Pinus Sylvestris Twig Leaf Oil

Pisum Sativum (Pea) Extract

Plantago psyllium seed extract

Pogostemon Cablin Leaf Oil


Polyglyceryl-10 laurate

Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate

Polyglyceryl-3 Rice Branate

Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate

Polyhydroxystearic Acid

Poria cocos extract

Potassium cocoate

Potassium myristate

Potassium palmitate

Potassium sorbate

Potassium Sorbate (Naturally derived)

Potassium stearate



Propanediol is a natural and respectful alternative to the skin used as a reinforcement to increase the activity of preservatives, by formulators who want versatile and innovative natural ingredients. They are known for their skin-friendly performance, such as reducing irritation and improving hydration. Propanediol is ideal for skin, hair care, but also for making deodorants, fragrances and other cosmetic products for personal care. It can be used not only as a preservative reinforcement, but also as an emollient humectant and natural solvent. The benefits of environmental sustainability include significantly lower emissions of greenhouse gases and lower energy consumption in their production (based on data from Life Cycle Analysis). Propanediol is of plant origin and is used as a solvent and viscosity control agent.


Propylene glycol

Propylene glycol, also known as 1,2-propanediol, is a synthetic (i.e., man-made) alcohol that attracts/absorbs water. It is a viscous, colorless liquid, which is nearly odorless but possesses a faintly sweet taste. Propylene glycol is one of the most widely used ingredients in cosmetics and personal care products, including facial cleansers, moisturizers, bath soaps, shampoos and conditioners, deodorants, shaving preparations, and fragrances. In addition to its use as an ingredient in cosmetic and personal care products, it is used in numerous food items such as beer, packaged baked goods, frozen dairy products, margarine, coffee, nuts, and soda. It is also used as an inactive ingredient (e.g., solvent) in many drugs. FDA has approved its use at concentrations as high as 98% in drugs applied to the skin and 92% in drugs taken orally. Because propylene glycol attracts water it functions as a humectant and is used in moisturizers to enhance the appearance of skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness. Other reported uses include skin-conditioning agent, viscosity-decreasing agent, solvent, and fragrance ingredient.

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Bark Powder

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil

Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Fruit Extract

Prunus armeniaca kernel oil


Punica Granatum Flower Extract

Punica Granatum Fruit Water

Purified Water

Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract

Pyrus Malus Fruit Extract

Raspberry Flavour (Rubus Idaeus)

Ricinus communis seed oil


Rosa canina fruit extract

Rosa centifolia flower extract

Rosa Damascena Flower Water

Rosa Moschata Seed Oil

Rose petal

Rosmarinus Officinalis Extract

Rosmarinus officinalis leaf extract

Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Oil

Rosmarinus officinalis leaf powder

Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Water

Rubia Tinctorum Root Extract

Rubus idaeus fruit extract

Ruscus Aculeatus Root Extract

Saccharide Isomerate

Saccharomyces ferment

Saccharomyces Ferment Filtrate


Salvia Officinalis Flower / Leaf / Stem Water

Salvia officinalis leaf extract

Salvia Officinalis Oil

Salvia triloba leaf extract

Salvia triloba leaf extract

Sambucus nigra flower extract

Santalum album wood oil

Saponaria officinalis leaf/extract

Schinus Terebinthifolius Seed Extract

Schizandra Berries

Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract ~

Sesamum indicum seed oil


Silybum Marianum Ethyl Ester

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil

Simmondsia chinensis seed oil

Sodium Anisate

Sodium benzoate

Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium Caproyl / Lauroyl Lactylate

Sodium Carboxymethyl Starch

Sodium chloride

Sodium Citrate

Sodium coco-glucoside tartrate

Sodium coco-sulfate

Sodium cocoate

Sodium cocoyl glutamate

Sodium dehydroacetate

Sodium Gluconate

Sodium Hyaluronate

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance present in our skin and is a fundamental component of connective tissues. In fact, it acts like a sponge, able to absorb, firmly retain and release large amounts of water according to local needs. The skin, however, although naturally supplied, with age, shows a deficiency of hyaluronic acid. This lack leads to weakening of the tissues, causing wrinkles and imperfections, so a reintegration on the outside is very beneficial for the epidermal layer of the skin. Our hyaluronic acid is of vegetable origin, obtained by bacterial fermentation, a biotechnology process that consists in letting the yeasts that produce it spontaneously ferment. It is highly appreciated in cosmetics for its moisturizing and regenerating properties, as it is able to stimulate the formation of collagen (protein of the connective tissue essential for the good health of the skin, cartilage, bones etc.), in addition to having anti-inflammatory properties, it helps in healing and helps protect the body from viruses and bacteria. It is concluded that it is an indispensable component to avoid the signs of aging, because by guaranteeing the ideal degree of hydration of the skin tissues, it contributes to maintaining the firmness and smoothness of the skin. Hyaluronic acid has a regenerating, moisturizing and anti-inflammatory function.

Sodium Hydroxide

Sodium laureth sulfate

Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate

Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate

Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate is derived from sarcosine, a natural amino acid found in the human body and just about every type of biological material from animals to plants.

Sodium Levulinate

Sodium olivate

Sodium palmate

Sodium palmitate

Sodium pca

Sodium pca, sodium chloride

Sodium PCA, technically, it is the sodium salt of Pyroglutamic Acid; a naturally-occurring amino acid known as Proline that is found in proteins. The potassium or sodium salts are what makes the molecule water-soluble and an effective humectant. It has a number of roles in the personal care industry, depending on where it is extracted from: The PCA that is extracted from vegetable and grasses is often used for its emollient properties in moisturisers PCA that is extracted from coconut oil is used for its emulsification properties Algae and Seaweed contain moderate levels of PCA, which is often used for its water-binding properties It is a completely natural ingredient that is derived from plants, fruits, and coconut oil.

Sodium phytate

Sodium phytate, a dark colored liquid with a characteristic smell, is the sodium salt of phytic acid obtained from wheat bran and rice. It is of natural origin and has a chelating activity against metallic cations, in order to prevent or neutralize the toxic effects caused by them and increase their excretion. In aqueous solution, it has a pH of about 4.5 and, in cosmetics, it is used in soaps, shampoos, conditioners and products for the face or body. It is a product highly tolerated on the skin even by the most sensitive and highly biodegradable skin.

Sodium Polyphosphate

Sodium silicate

Sodium stearate

The Stearate salts, including Lithium Stearate, Aluminum Distearate, Aluminum Stearate, Aluminum Tristearate, Ammonium Stearate, Calcium Stearate, Magnesium Stearate, Potassium Stearate, Sodium Stearate, and Zinc Stearate are fine, white powders with a slight fatty odor. In cosmetics and personal care products, Stearate salts are used mainly in the formulation of makeup products such as eyeliner, eyeshadow, mascara, lipsticks, blushers, face powders and foundations. They are also used in fragrances, deodorants, and hair and skin care products. The Stearate salts are generally used for their lubricating properties. They also help to keep emulsions from separating into their oil and liquid components. The Stearate salts increase the thickness of the lipid (oil) portion of cosmetics and personal care products and reduce the clear or transparent appearance of finished products.

Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate

Sodium thiosulfate


Solum Fullonum

Sorbitan Caprylate

Sorbitan olivate

Sorbitan Sesquioleate



Spirulina Maxima Powder


Stearic Acid

Strawberry Flavour (Fragaria Chiloensis)

Styrax benzoin resin extract

Sucrose Dilaurate

Sucrose stearate

Sweet orange (Citrus aurantium var.dulcis) essential oil

Tamarindus indica Seed Polysaccharide

Tapioca Starch

Terminalia Ferdinandiana Fruit Extract

Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate

Theobroma cacao seed butter

Theobroma grandiflorum seed butter

Thymus vulgaris flower/leaf extract

Tilia Cordata Flower Extract

Tilia officinalis

Titanium dioxide


Tocopherol, also called vitamin E, is a substance found in nature, in large quantities in wheat germ oil. In cosmetics, vitamin E is used as an antioxidant, anti-free radical, as a deodorant and also in solar products. It is often associated with vitamin A because it protects it from oxidation. The antioxidant action of tocopherol is particularly expressed against skin fats (skin lipids) and protecting oils sensitive to release.

Tocopheryl acetate

Triethyl citrate

Trigonella Foenum-Graecum Seed Extract

Triticum Vulgare Germ Extract

Triticum vulgare germ oil

Tropaeolum majus extract



Undecyl alcohol

Urtica dioica extract

Urtica Dioica Leaf Extract


Vaccinium macrocarpon Fruit Extract

Vaccinium myrtillus fruit extract

Vaccinium myrtillus Fruit water

Vaccinium Myrtillus Fruit Water The mirtillo is an appartenent part of the family of Ericaceae, the genus Vaccinium. Sono note più di 130 specie, ma i mirtilli neri e rossi sono le due specie più studiate e utilizzate per loro eccellenti proprietà terapeutiche e cosmetiche. Blueberries are rich in tannins, which represent about 7% of the dry weight in flavonoids. They also contain sugars, acids: citric, malic, succinic and hydroquinamic, in addition to numerous vitamins of groups A, C and B, substances that are extremely effective for the care and beauty of our skin. Flavonoids are polyphenols capable of regulating the activity and metabolic functions of plant organisms, but, if ingested by man, they promote important regenerative and healthy actions also in these organisms. They are the fundamental pigments of plants, which characterize the coloring of blueberries. The most recognized action of flavonoids is performed on connective tissue and capillaries. In fact, this promotes the functionality of the microcirculation, performing a tonic action at the venous level and contributing to the maintenance of the elasticity of the blood vessel walls and to the protection of the capillaries, acting on the connective tissue that surrounds the capillaries themselves. At the capillary level, thanks to the affinity with proteins, flavonoids increase tissue tone, preventing fluid loss. They protect the microcirculation against oxidative damage thanks to the content of anocyanin and flavonoids and, therefore, are able to break the chain of reaction of free radicals. Blueberry extract also represents the main natural source of anthocyanin glycosides, water-soluble pigments responsible for most plant colors, with a strong antioxidant power. For this reason, blueberry extract is generally recommended to combat capillary fragility and is used in the treatment of cellulite, as well as a true natural anti-aging antidote. In addition, anthocyanins have a positive effect on the protective action of the microcirculation, promoting its improvement with a consequent increase in waste elimination and are also considered very important molecules to delay the biological phenomenon of aging. Blueberry constitutional water has strong cooling, astringent and toning properties. In addition to the active ingredients mentioned above, it contains other contents of vitamins A and C, citric acid and malic acid and many minerals. The action of vitamins is essential to strengthen and protect capillary walls, a decisive action in the treatment of couperose. Blueberry-based cosmetics are often prescribed by industry experts to treat this particular imperfection, giving the skin a natural tone, freshness and vitality. Our active constitutional waters come from the upper Val Varaita, in the province of Cuneo, an uncontaminated place, a jewel of alpine architecture, where man and nature find the right balance in mutual respect. The cooperative farm that produces them was born in 1985 and is a splendid combination of the ancient herbal tradition and the most advanced research for new production technologies. Dedicated to the cultivation, drying and transformation of organic plants from an organic workshop, it operates according to a logic of the supply chain that, unique in the sector, varies from cultivation to the finished packaged product. Organic and biological herbs and plants, free of GMOs and fresh from the harvest, are dried with an innovative "open cell" system that deprives them of water, but preserves the cell membrane and the active ingredients with it, aroma and perfume, revolution compared to the traditional system! The open cell drying technology allows to recover the water contained in the dry tissue of the plant. For this reason, the final product is called constitutional or cellular water. Constitutional waters have a marked energetic characteristic that derives from the plant that generated them. The cell that contains the liquid is in fact the vital laboratory of the plant and contains all "active" and "constitutional" information. The results of the tests carried out confirmed the unique characteristics of this product, which should not be confused or compared with the simple aromatic waters obtained by "washing" the distillation structures. A fundamental element for the use of these waters is their stabilization and conservation. A stabilization system based on filter membranes is used, capable of controlling any form of spores present in the liquid, in order to keep the organoleptic characteristics of the product intact, without adding preservatives. This water has a regenerating, antioxidant, nourishing and protective function.

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