Full Detox Eucalyptus

Getting back to balance


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The story

The eucalyptus, the tree from the Blue montains

Eucalyptus punctata, Myrtaceae

As a mythical plant from Australia, eucalyptus is an aromatic and ancestral tree of the australian earth. It it is used as food by koalas which live in its branches. It is a medicinal plant: it is used not only by Aborigens but also all over the world as an antiseptic (leaves are applied on wounds), antipyretic and expectorant. It is also a mythical creature of the DreamTime, that shaped the Earth and its landscapes, the Blue Montains (its blue colour comes from the eucalyptus that exhale essential oil).

Because sometimes we have a muddy complexion, due to internal events (tiredness, emotional) or an aggressive environment, it is necessary to help skin to control its regulation processes. For a skin that gets back its original balance, for a radiant and matt skin longer.

Marketing claims

Purifying & oxygenating

Purifiying, detoxifiying, oxygenating, contributes to the elimination of toxins, cell regenerating, helps to get a matt skin and a radiant complexion, antioxidative, protects from pollution effects.

Use advice

In skincare and make-up products like cream, fluid, serum, balm, milk, gel, foundation, concealer...

In any cosmetic or skincare product dedicated to maintain or restore skin cell balance

  • INCI name of cells: Eucalytus punctata leaf cell extract
  • Form: Cells (20%) dispersed in vegetal glycerine (80%)
  • Aspect: Liquid
  • Concentration: Starting at 0.5%
  • Dispersible in any formulation

How it works ?

Full Detox Eucalyptus acts for skin to get back to its purifiying balances. Indeed it helps epidermis to get them back by providing a better cell regeneration, and the elimination of toxins through a controlled respiration - cells respire from the beginning to the end, meaning to the release of CO2 . But also by limiting the stocking of lipids at the surface of the epidermis - because it degrades them, and by reducing the creation of free radicals caused by urban atmospheric pollution agents.

Thanks to those actions, epidermis cells free from disturbing elements can get back their activity at its original level.