Because we know that your beauty is first and foremost a matter of trust, we are committed to providing you with the answers to your questions about our products and their ingredients. For ingredients, we provide you with information on what they are, where they come from, how they work and how they are used in our formulas.
An essential oil is an odorous, volatile substance of liquid consistency, extracted from the flowers, stems, roots or leaves of plants. It is not an oil in the chemical sense of the term, like vegetable oils (olive oil, almond oil or sunflower oil), which are fatty substances with an oily texture.
Glycerine, also called glycerol, has moisturizing, emollient and protective properties. Its name comes from the Greek “glykerós” which means sweet. It comes in the form of a sweet, soft, colourless and odourless liquid. It is capable of capturing and retaining water efficiently.
Hemp is a variety of cultivated plant in the Cannabaceae family. Only the fibers and seeds of cultivated hemp (industrial hemp of the species cannabis sativa) are used and authorised for use in cosmetics.
Homosalate is an organic sun filter (from carbon). This filter mainly absorbs UVB radiation, which is responsible for tanning but also for sunburn and skin cancer.
Honey is a natural sweet substance, composed of glucose, fructose, polysaccharides (natural carbohydrates), water, proteins, minerals and vitamins.