Aloe Vera Juice ECO

INCI: Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice*

What is Aloe Vera?
Aloe Vera is a succulent species widely spread in arid and hot climate zones, believed to originate from the Arabian Peninsula. The gel inside its leaves has been used since ancient times as a soothing treatment for skin conditions such as dermatitis, psoriasis, or sunburn.

Properties of Aloe Vera for the skin
Aloe Vera is mainly characterized by its moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties, and its ability to heal and regenerate the skin. It has astringent power, and its saponin content helps remove dirt from pores, acting as a natural antiseptic.

(*) Ingredient from controlled organic cultivation.

Argan oil ECO

INCI: Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil*

What is Argan?
Argan, from the Argania spinosa family, is a spiny tree endemic to Morocco and Algeria. The oil is extracted by manual pressing of its nut-like fruits.

What is Argan oil used for?
Argan oil is recognized among the Berbers of Morocco for its ability to naturally nourish the skin, improve elasticity, and prevent signs of aging. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, and essential fatty acids. It helps rebalance sebum production in the skin, preventing bacterial proliferation and benefiting acne-prone skin. It can also be used to nourish and add shine to the hair without greasiness.

(*) Ingredient from controlled organic farming.



INCI: Beta-Sitosterol

What is Beta-Sitosterol?
Beta-Sitosterol belongs to the group of phytosterols and is a plant-derived fatty acid found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.
What is Beta-Sitosterol used for?
As a moisturizer and anti-inflammatory agent, Beta-Sitosterol is used as a skin conditioner and can also perform other functions such as stabilizing an emulsion or masking the background odor of a formula.


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.

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

INCI: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride

What is Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride?
Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride is a naturally derived ingredient widely used in cosmetics. Chemically, it is a glycerin triester derived from coconut oil.

Properties of Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
It is primarily used for its emollient properties; it creates a lipid film on the skin, preventing water loss and dehydration. Additionally, it provides a smooth and silky finish to the touch. It is completely safe and does not cause any skin sensitivity.

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride is a glycerin triester derived from coconut oil, primarily used for its emollient properties.

Centella Asiatica ECO

INCI: Centella Asiatica Extract*

What is Centella Asiatica?
Centella Asiatica is an herbaceous plant used as a medicinal herb in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine for its healing, analgesic, and antimicrobial properties, among others. It is also known as "tiger herb" because legend says that Bengal tigers used to lick its leaves to imbue their saliva with the juice of centella, and then lick their wounds to heal them.

Properties of Centella Asiatica
It is a powerful cellular regenerator and stimulator of collagen synthesis, thanks to asiaticoside, one of its main components. This terpenoid promotes skin epithelialization, improves the appearance of acne marks and scars, and promotes circulation. It also has antioxidant and moisturizing properties.

*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.

Hydrolyzed vegan Hyaluronic Acid (salt)

INCI: Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate
What is Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate?
Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate is a modified form of hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the skin known for its moisturizing properties. It is obtained through a hydrolysis process that breaks down the larger hyaluronic acid molecules into smaller fragments, resulting in a lower molecular weight. This allows the hydrolyzed sodium hyaluronate to penetrate deeper into the skin.

Properties of Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate
Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate has a very low molecular weight (up to 10-20 kDa), which enables it to penetrate the skin's deeper layers more effectively. It has been found to repair and regenerate skin cells, increase hydration, and target signs of aging from within the skin. Additionally, it has the ability to stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid that naturally occurs in the skin.


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.

Soybean Oil

INCI: Glycine Soja Oil
What is Soybean Oil?
Soybean oil is a vegetable oil that is rich in vitamins and derived from the soybean, a plant native to subtropical regions of Southeast Asia.
Properties of Soybean Oil
Soybean oil has moisturizing, nourishing, soothing, and anti-inflammatory properties due to its high content of fatty acids. It contains approximately 48-59% linoleic acid, 17-30% oleic acid, and 4.5-11% linolenic acid. It is also a good source of antioxidants and helps regenerate and firm the skin.

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.


Vegan Glycerin

INCI: Glycerin

What is Vegan Glycerin?
This natural moisturizing ingredient is also present in the outermost layer of our skin. Derived from coconut oil or soy, it is one of the most recognized humectants. It is obtained through the hydrolysis of fats, which releases esters and glycerin.
Properties of Vegan Glycerin
Glycerin is a completely safe and effective molecule due to its biocompatibility with our skin, as glycerol is naturally found in it. It softens and smoothens the skin. As a humectant, it increases the skin's ability to retain water; more glycerin means more water in the skin and greater hydration. Among its properties, it also helps maintain the skin barrier and protects against irritations.



INCI: Aqua

What type of water is used in cosmetics?

In cosmetics, "purified" water is used, which is chemically pure and undergoes filtration or processing to remove all types of impurities, including minerals, chemicals, bacteria, fungi, etc. It is deionized water, completely stripped of ions, and not distilled.

What is the purpose of water in cosmetics?

Water is used as the main solvent in cosmetics due to its properties and affinity with the skin. However, when a cosmetic product is exposed to air after its initial use, certain microorganisms, mainly bacteria, can proliferate in the water and alter the shelf life of the product. This is why the use of preservatives is necessary to maintain the properties of the product intact from its opening and throughout the indicated time period, as indicated by the Period After Opening (PAO) symbol on the label.