Fruits and Vegetables:

Organic Fruits and vegetables in cosmetics bring a fresh and vibrant touch to our beauty routines. Packed with vitamins, antioxidants, and natural enzymes, these natural wonders offer a range of skin and hair benefits. From the hydrating properties of avocado and the brightening effects of lemon.

Fig strengthens and moisturizes the hair, and also promotes their growth and normalises sebum production.

Clementine extract maintains skin tone and moisturizes it.

Lemon gives elasticity, improves the appearance and tone of the skin, compensates for the lack of vitamins.

Avocado extract helps to restore its elasticity and smooth out wrinkles and refresh the complexion. Phytohormones prevent the appearance of age-related pigmentation.

Apricot oil contains vitamin A, which deeply moisturizes the skin. The skin becomes soft and supple.

Mango oil forms a protective barrier on the skin, preventing moisture loss.

Artichoke flower, purple edible bud isolated on pink background.

Pumpkin extract protects the skin from bad environmental conditions and helps control sebum production. Proteins in pumpkin literally absorb sebum, cleansing the skin.

Artichoke leaf is working as a protective shield for the cuticles in the hair shaft, leaves the hair surface even and smooth, giving shiny, soft hair. The high level of antioxidant activity protects against ultraviolet radiation.

Broccoli oil instantly acts on the hair structure, enveloping each hair separately with its composition, saturating it with useful substances. The external effect is similar to the effect of synthetic silicone, however, broccoli oil for hair does not weigh them down after applying the product and saturates the structure with natural moisture, the condition of the curls becomes much better.

Olive oil has the most beneficial effect on the hair: it strengthens, nourishes, makes it more obedient, beautiful, strong.

Banana is a real treat for hair care gourmets. Nourishes hair follicles and makes hair incredibly soft.