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  • Shea butter | Pranarôm
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    Shea butter

    Butyrospermum parkii - First cold pressing and processing of Shea nuts

    VEGETABLE OILS

    "Protective balm! The favorite melting vegetable butter of African mothers for the beauty and health of their families. This solid butter melts easily in the hands on application, or can be melted in a double boiler to make balms or masks. It is protective, softening, regenerating and nourishing. In early pregnancy, pregnant women appreciate it on the stomach or hips. For babies, it is also ideal for dry or damaged skin. And throughout life, as soon as the need for tissue repair arises, shea butter is your best ally. Composition at a glance: A small half of monounsaturated fatty acids (omega 9). A little more than half of saturated fatty acids (including stearic acid especially, cleansing and in good affinity with the skin and the hair). Many unsaponifiables known to be anti-inflammatory. "

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    Butyrospermum parkii - First cold pressing and processing of Shea nuts
  • Palmarosa | Pranarôm
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    Palmarosa

    Cymbopogon martinii var. motia

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    "This grass of Indian origin has long, narrow leaves and linear inflorescences. With its very pleasant fragrance, this essential oil is ideal for all fungal, scarring and eczematous skin ailments. Definitely one of the 10 major essential oils."

    870

    Cymbopogon martinii var. motia
  • St John's Wort | Pranarôm
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    St John's Wort

    Hypericum perforatum - Lipid-extract - Maceration of flowering tops of St. John's Wort

    VEGETABLE OILS

    Plant dressing! Used since well before the Middle Ages, St. John's Wort macerated in oil is a real vegetable dressing! A healing, repairing, soothing and anti-inflammatory oily macerate, we understand that it has been acclaimed so many times! This oil decongests any vascular or edematous disease as well. Ideal for ailments, but unfortunately photosensitizing, so we avoid exposure to the sun 24 hours after use. In œgood fame remedies (with a very good reputation), we recommend its application in the evening, at bedtime for example.

    869

    Hypericum perforatum - Lipid-extract - Maceration of flowering tops of St. John's Wort
  • Wheat germ

    Triticum vulgare - First cold pressing of wheat germs

    VEGETABLE OILS

    Mother Earth! An oil rich in vitamin E to fight against aging. A little thick, this oil smells of bread and cereals. Its conservation is a little difficult and it is advisable to consume it quickly after opening. Dry and mature skin will appreciate it a lot in cosmetics. It is used alone or mixed with a more penetrating oil such as jojoba, hazelnut or black seed. It is also ideal in small quantities for breakfast for yogurt or vitamin cereals!

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    Triticum vulgare - First cold pressing of wheat germs
  • Frankincense | Pranarôm
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    Frankincense

    Boswellia carteri

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    The best quality of this with history loaded essential oil is found in Yemen, the land of the Queen of Sheba. It is used in fumigation in many ritual ceremonies, the aromatherapist uses it for its healing and antifungal properties and to enhance medidative state. Note that the word incense is nowadays incorrectly used for a lot of burning products.

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    Boswellia carteri
  • Frankincense

    Boswellia carteri

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    The best quality of this with history loaded essential oil is found in Yemen, the land of the Queen of Sheba. It is used in fumigation in many ritual ceremonies, the aromatherapist uses it for its healing and antifungal properties and to enhance medidative state. Note that the word incense is nowadays incorrectly used for a lot of burning products.

    80

    Boswellia carteri
  • Bourbon geranium | Pranarôm
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    Bourbon geranium

    Pelargonium graveolens - type bourbon

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    Native to South Africa (mother plant = pelargonium graveolens), geranium has been hybridized to give cultivars in Egypt, China, and Reunion Island. The term "Bourbon" means "islands": the Bourbon cultivar comes in particular from the Indian Ocean (Reunion) but also from Madagascar, whose soils are favorable to its growth. The harvest is done at the beginning of flowering. It prefers coastal slopes and sand dunes exposed to the sun.

    765

    Pelargonium graveolens - type bourbon
  • Neroli

    Citrus aurantium ssp amara

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    The bigardier (bitter orange) is a tree of 5 to 10 m. Originally from India, it was introduced to Europe by the Crusades. The Moors cultivated it intensively near Seville in Spain. It bears a fruit smaller than a sweet orange and has rougher skin tinged with green or yellow.

    7551

    Citrus aurantium ssp amara
  • Niaouli

    Melaleuca quinquenervia

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    Niaouli provides an essential oil remarkable for its efficacy and tolerance, and formerly known as gomenol. Like true lavender, it is considered a panacea because of its wide range of indications. The multiple results obtained through its use allows it to be classified among the top 10 essential oils used by the informed consumer.

    75

    Melaleuca quinquenervia
  • Lemon litsea | Pranarôm
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    Lemon litsea

    Litsea citrata

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    Native to the tropical regions of Asia, this evergreen tree has simple, full, alternate leaves. The inflorescences give fruits with a thin pericarp and fleshy mesocarp from which an essential oil with a warm, exotic lemony odour is extracted.

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    Litsea citrata
  • Java citronnella | Pranarôm
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    Java citronnella

    Cymbopogon winterianus

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    Like all cymbopogons, Java citronella comes from Indonesia and has large, narrow leaves and linear stems and inflorescences. Citronellas are large perennial herbs that grow wild or are cultivated in tropical regions like Java and Sri Lanka. Their fresh, green, lemony odour resembles that of melissa, for which they are sometimes used as substitutes.

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    Cymbopogon winterianus
  • Roman chamomille | Pranarôm
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    Roman chamomille

    Chamaemelum nobile

    CTEO - TOP NATURAL AND ORGANIC

    In the light, sandy soil of Western Europe, this perennial has feathery leaves, and flower heads made up of white, sparse, tube-shaped flowers with yellow centres inserted on a conical receptacle and yellowish ribbed achenes.

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    Chamaemelum nobile