Our beauty & wellness range

We address the perfume, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries by cultivating flowers and plants that will be extracted to create essential oils.

Fragrance

Convallaria Majalis

Elegant and aromatic, lily of the valley symbolizes the return of spring. Emblematic of May, it embodies happiness and purity.

Since the 16th century, the note of lily of the valley is very appreciated in perfumery and remains today one of the essential fragrances of this industry.

Viola  Odorata

The essence of the violet is very appreciated in perfumery, since the Antiquity, for its power and its freshness.

It symbolizes humility and modesty.

Freesia Alba

Refreshing and particularly fragrant, the flowers of white freesia diffuse a scent close to jasmine or orange blossom.

Native of South Africa, it is one of the most used flowers in perfumery for its floral notes.

Cosmetic

Chamaemelum Nobile

Used since antiquity, Roman chamomile is a noble flower known for its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties.

Legend has it that the pharaoh Ramses II was embalmed with essential oil of Roman chamomile.

Its flowers have multiple benefits on digestion, sleep and skin.

Melissa  Officinalis

Lemon balm has many therapeutic virtues. Known since ancient Greece, its essential oil contains antibacterial properties, promotes sleeping and reduces hypertension.

Calendula Officinalis

Known as the bride of the sun, marigold has been used since the Middle Ages for its culinary, cosmetic and medicinal properties. Its active ingredients have anti-inflammatory, softening and healing properties.

Its flowers are also known to be rich in antioxidants.

Food supplements

Ocimum Tenuiflorum

Its purifying and soothing virtues make it "the Queen of plants" in India.

Used for over 5000 years, Tulsi stimulates and strengthens your immune system. Its antidepressant and antioxidant properties contribute to your physical and psychological well-being.

Centella Asiatica

Native to Asia and Oceania, the medicinal properties of Tiger grass have been known for over 2000 years, where it is used to treat wounds and skin problems. It is also highly prized for its regenerative properties, becoming a real ally in the fight against skin aging.

Coleus Forskohlii

Commonly called the coleus of India, it is known for its active ingredient, forskolin, contained in its roots, promoting weight loss.

Its natural active ingredient is also used as a dietary supplement to treat hypertension, respiratory, cardiovascular and skin disorders.

Discover also our food range!