Arabica coffee ECO

INCI: Coffea Arabica Seed Extract*

Where does Arabica Coffee come from?
Arabica coffee is originally from Ethiopia and later spread throughout the Arab world. The extract is obtained from coffee seeds. It contains omega fatty acids such as linoleic acid, antioxidant polyphenols, phytosterols, and caffeine.  

Properties of Arabica Coffee Seed Extract
It stimulates the synthesis of collagen and elastin. Rich in omega-6, it helps hydrate and nourish the skin due to its acid content. It also helps restore the skin's barrier function and has toning properties as it stimulates blood circulation. It is also used for hair care, as it strengthens and stimulates hair growth due to caffeine.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Baobab Oil ECO

INCI: Adansonia Digitata Seed Oil* 

What is Baobab?
Baobab is a tree native to Africa and Australia, also known as the "upside-down" tree due to its branch-like roots.

Skin properties of Baobab oil
Baobab seed oil is a rich source of fatty acids: oleic acid (30-40%), linoleic acid (24-34%), and palmitic acid (18-30%). It has great nourishing properties and the ability to improve skin elasticity while being quickly absorbed.

It contains vitamins A, C, D, E, and K, flavonoids, amino acids, and minerals, all of which are highly beneficial for our skin. Baobab oil has anti-inflammatory properties, making it an optimal ingredient for caring and comforting sensitive skin that is prone to irritation and itching. It is also believed to have benefits for hair care, providing shine and hydration to the hair and repairing split ends.

 (*) Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Calendula ECO

INCI: Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract*

What is Calendula or Marigold?
Calendula is an aromatic herbaceous plant of Mediterranean origin, known for its therapeutic benefits. It has been used in traditional medicine by ancient Greeks, Arabs, Chinese traditional medicine, and Ayurveda. 

Properties of Calendula
Calendula extract is recognized for its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. It promotes skin healing and cellular regeneration by acting on the metabolism of glycoproteins and collagen fibers.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Chamomile ECO

INCI: Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract*

How is Chamomile Flower Extract obtained?
Chamomilla recutita, one of the most popular chamomile species, is a plant native to western Europe and northern Asia. The extract is obtained from the flower heads exposed to high pressures and temperatures through steam distillation.
Properties of Chamomile
Chamomile flower extract has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties for the skin thanks to its content of the terpenoids chamazulene and bisabolol. Thanks to its ability to inhibit the cyclooxygenase enzyme, it helps relieve itching and redness. It also has antioxidant activity due to the presence of matricin, apigenin, and luteolin.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Carrot Extract ECO

INCI: Daucus carota sativa root extract*

How is Carrot Extract obtained?
This well-known vegetable belongs to the Apiaceae family.
Properties of Carrot Extract
Carrot extract, derived from the roots of the plant, is an oily extract used in cosmetics for its richness in carotenes, vitamin B6, and C. It has antioxidant properties and is also attributed with a certain regenerating capacity of the skin. In small concentrations, it can be used as an orange pigment to color cosmetic formulas naturally.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Ginkgo Biloba ECO

INCI: Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract*

What is Ginkgo?
Known as Ginkgo or Gingko, it is a tree native to Asia and is among the oldest species in the world, with fossils dating back to the Jurassic era. Its use in Chinese medicine dates back more than 5,000 years to treat everything from dementia to asthma or bronchitis; it was attributed with anti-inflammatory properties as well as stimulating blood circulation. Its extract is produced from the leaves, which are so characteristic due to their particular fan-like shape.

Properties of Ginkgo
Ginkgo contains antioxidant phytochemicals such as flavonoids, polyphenols, and terpenes, which are capable of attacking free radicals more effectively than other powerful actives such as beta-carotene or vitamin E. Additionally, it reinforces moisture retention in the skin.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Goji Berries ECO

INCI: Lycium Barbarum Fruit Extract*

What is Goji?
Goji berries are the fruit of the Lycium barbarum or Lycium chinense, two species of boxthorn (Lycium) from the Solanaceae family. They are native to Asia and have long been used in traditional Chinese and Tibetan medicine to improve health and longevity.
Properties of Goji berries
Goji berries are rich in macronutrients and micronutrients, earning them the category of super-energizing and antioxidant. Their significant antioxidant action is due to their natural content of vitamin C, beta-carotene, flavonoids like quercetin, and carotenoids like zeaxanthin, which protects against blue light. Goji is capable of capturing superoxide radicals, inhibiting the oxidation of skin lipids and enzymes expressed in the cellular aging process. It also helps restore collagen levels and increase its synthesis. Goji berries stimulate the immune system by increasing the vital energy of cells to perform their metabolic functions.

Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Hemp seed oil ECO

INCI: Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil*

What is Hemp?
Hemp is the common name for the Cannabis plant. Its use dates back to 4000 BC in China, where it was used as a natural remedy for health due to its medicinal and nutritional properties. The oil is extracted from the seeds of the plant and, although it comes from the same family as marijuana, it does not have any toxic or psychoactive effects as it does not contain THC.

What is THC?
Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC is the main psychoactive compound in the Cannabis plant, capable of altering the mind and behavior by causing neurons to release dopamine. Hemp seed oil does not contain THC.

What is CBD?
El Cannabidiol o CBD es uno de los compuestos de la planta de Cannabis; es un analgésico y antinflamatorio; aporta propiedades relajantes y calmantes que reducen la ansiedad y mejoran el estado de ánimo.

Properties of Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil is a powerful emollient with calming and anti-inflammatory properties. It contains a variety of omega-3 fatty acids that help balance oily skin, providing hydration without clogging pores. It also contains omega-6, gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which helps reinforce the skin's barrier function and promote cellular regeneration. Additionally, thanks to its high content of cannabidiol (CBD, 10%), it can modulate the immune system's response to imbalances that can result in itching, irritation, or other types of inflammation such as psoriasis or atopic dermatitis.

También se puede utilizar el aceite de semillas de cáñamo en el cabello. Hidrata el cuero cabelludo mientras nutre, aporta brillo y mejora la elasticidad del cabello.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Helichrysum or Everlasting Flower ECO

INCI: Helichrysum Stoechas Flower Extract*

What is Helichrysum or Everlasting Flower?
Helichrysum is a plant species in the asteraceae family native to the Mediterranean region. Its flowers, with their characteristic golden yellow color, have always been a symbol of eternity. Once harvested, they can be preserved for a long time, giving the impression of never drying out.
Properties of Helichrysum or Everlasting Flower
The extract of Helichrysum flower is known for its anti-aging action. Its richness in flavonoids and acetophenones with great antioxidant power helps to strengthen our skin and protect it from sun damage and the impact of time. It is a powerful repairer and regenerator of skin cells, as well as calming for the most reactive skin. Additionally, it has antimicrobial properties with purifying action.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Hibiscus ECO

INCI: Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Extract*

What is Hibiscus?
Hibiscus is a shrub in the mallow family, native to East Asia, mainly China and India.
Properties of Hibiscus
Hibiscus flower extract has a high content of antioxidants, especially myricetin, a flavonoid capable of blocking collagenase, an enzyme responsible for collagen degradation. It also serves to inhibit elastase, an enzyme responsible for the breakdown of elastin. Thanks to this joint action, hibiscus is attributed with firming effectiveness and anti-aging benefits. The extract of this flower also contains alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA), natural exfoliants capable of removing the outer layer of dead skin cells from the epidermis and promoting its renewal, providing brightness. Additionally, it is rich in Vitamin C, which thanks to its antioxidant power helps us control and reduce hyperpigmentation and achieve a more uniform tone and texture.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Licorice root ECO

INCI: Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extract*

How is Licorice extract obtained?
Licorice extract is derived from the root of the licorice plant, which is a legume native to the Mediterranean, Middle East, and central and southern Russia.

Properties of Licorice
Licorice extract has been used in cosmetics for its various benefits for the skin. It has skin brightening properties due to the presence of glabridin, which can inhibit pigmentation caused by UVB rays. It is a potent anti-inflammatory and has soothing properties, making it effective in treating skin issues such as atopic dermatitis, rosacea, or eczema. It also has antioxidant activity. Overall, it is considered a top ingredient in skincare.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Red Betroot ECO

INCI: Beetroot Red*

What is Beetroot?

Beetroot is the outermost part of the root of the beet plant, which is an herbaceous species belonging to the Betoideae subfamily of the Amaranthaceae family.

What is Beetroot used for?

It is primarily used to naturally enhance the color of cosmetic products.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.


Shea Butter ECO

INCI: Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*

What is Shea Butter?
Shea Butter is derived from the seeds of the shea tree, also known as the "butter tree," and is native to West Africa. It is typically obtained through cold-pressing the nuts and has been used for centuries as a moisturizer and emollient suitable for all skin types.
What is Shea Butter used for?
Shea Butter has numerous properties for both skin and hair care. It is a fantastic emollient that helps to heal and regenerate the skin. It also soothes and protects against external aggressors such as the sun, cold weather, wind, and pollution. Shea Butter is rich in omega nutrients and moisturizing phytosterols, as well as antioxidants like vitamins A, E, F, and quercetin, which also have anti-inflammatory effects.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Sunflower Oil ECO

INCI: Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil*
How Sunflower Oil is Obtained
Sunflower oil is obtained from its seeds, usually through cold pressing, followed by decantation and filtration. It is a "green" process that also allows preserving all the properties of the seeds.
Properties of Sunflower Oil
This oil nourishes and has a soothing action thanks to the properties of linoleic acid on irritated skin. It is also an antibacterial and has tissue repair capacity, which makes it optimal for treating acne-prone skin and even reducing the visibility of small marks.

*Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.