Hibiscus is best known for its infusion, also called bissap. However, it conceals benefits: it acts against fatigue, hypertension or even cholesterol. Hibiscus flowers also help relieve dermatological problems such as eczema, cracks or even insect bites.
  • Common name: Hibiscus
  • Latin name: Hibiscus sabdariffa L.
  • Botanical family: Malvaceae
  • Part of the plant used: flowers
  • Harvest period: beginning of flowering


Java Lemongrass essential oil is one of the essential oils most effective in repelling mosquitoes and ants and relieving itching due to their bites. To keep them away, she can also be well used as a spray on the skin. It is also recommended in case arthritis, tendonitis or rheumatism. Latin name: Cymbopogon winterianus Jowitt Distilled part: fresh aerial parts.
Java Lemongrass essential oil can be used by adults, adolescents and children over 3 years old. It is not recommended for pregnant women and babies. The most suitable routes of use are atmospheric diffusion and diluted skin application.

Java Lemongrass essential oil is highly concentrated in citronellal, geraniol and terpene aldehydes. These different molecules give it the following main properties:

  • anti-inflammatory +++ (esters): the essential oil of Java Citronella helps treat inflammation when applied locally to the skin.

  • repellent +++: this essential oil contains citronellal, an effective molecule to ward off insects and particularly mosquitoes, by destroying their larvae.

  • antibacterial ++: this essential oil contains citronellal and geraniol which are effective against the development of bacteria.

  • fungicide ++: citronellal and geraniol are molecules which make it possible to fight against the development of fungi such as candida albicans, responsible for oral, digestive and vaginal candidiasis.

  • intestinal antiparasitic ++: the molecules of this essential oil make it possible to fight against the development of parasites of the intestine.

  • antiseptic, deodorant, sanitizer +++ : the terpene aldehydes contained in the essential oil of Java Citronella make it possible to clean the ambient air.



Sweet and well tolerated, lemon essential oil facilitates digestion and is therefore particularly used in case of detox or to fight against childhood motion sickness and nausea. Latin name: Citrus limon (L.) Burman F. Part used: Zest
Lemon essential oil is highly concentrated in limonene, beta pinene and gamma terpinene. These different molecules give it the following main properties:
  • - Antibacterial +++ (β-pinene, limonene, citral): Lemon essential oil has an anti-infectious and antibacterial action through its activity on Gram - and Gram + germs.
  • Lipid-lowering ++ (limonene): Lemon essential oil contains components that promote lipolysis (lipid degradation).
  • Antinausea ++ (limonene): Lemon essential oil helps against nausea or motion sickness thanks to limonene which acts on gastric motility.
  • Vitamin P-Like, Blood Fluidifier ++ (β-pinene, limonene, γ-terpinene): the imitation of vitamin P by certain molecules decreases the permeability of capillaries and increases their resistance. Lemon essential oil thus provokes a positive action on the prevention of accidents of hypertensive and diabetic origin as well as a favorable action on blood fluidity which calms our nervous system, thus creating an “appetite suppressant” effect on our brain. . Lemon essential oil also has stomachic characteristics that aid digestion.
  • Cholagogue, Choleretic ++ (limonene): Lemon essential oil promotes choleresis, in other words the production of bile by the liver and its evacuation to the intestine.
  • But also these secondary properties: anxiolytic, carminative, anti-infective.


Essential oil with a powerful and recognizable scent, Ylang-Ylang gives back a boost to tired bodies. In the event of sexual fatigue in particular, its aphrodisiac virtues are no longer to be demonstrated. In addition hypotensive, people with tachycardia or high blood pressure will find the oil essential Ylang-Ylang a natural way to relieve these disorders. By its heart rate regulating effects, Ylang Ylang also helps calm the anxiety attacks or excessive stress. Latin name: Cananga odorata (Lam.) Hook F. and T. forma genuina. Distilled part: flowers
  • spasmolytic +++ (esters): Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil relaxes the muscles that cause spasms.

  • aphrodisiac, sexual tonic +++ : the essential oil of Ylang Ylang Complete contains toning molecules which make it a recognized aphrodisiac.

  • calming ++ (esters): Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil contains geranyl acetate, a relaxing molecule that acts on the central nervous system.

  • hypotensive, cardiac regulator +++ : a study has shown that after percutaneous application of the essential oil of Ylang Ylang, or in aerosol form, a decrease in the respiratory rate and especially heart rate was observed.

  • ++ (monoterpene alcohols): Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil helps to regulate both deficiencies but also excess sebum secretion in the skin and hair.

  • anti-infective ++ (monoterpene alcohols, monoterpene carbides): Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil is both antibacterial and antifungal.

  • pest control + (monoterpene alcohols, monoterpene carbides): Ylang Ylang Complete essential oil is an intestinal antiparasitic (lamblias, ascaris, hookworms), and cutaneous (lice, mites, mites, ticks).



Ginger is a root widely used in cooking in many parts of the world for its strong taste and therapeutic virtues. Used internally, Ginger essential oil is a tonic powerful digestive. When applied externally, its spicy smell Makes it aphrodisiac to the delight of your spouse. Latin name: Zingiber officinale Roscoe. Distilled part: rhizomes
Ginger essential oil is highly concentrated in sesquiterpenes (alpha-zingiberene, germacrene D, beta-bisabolene, ar-curcumene, beta-sesquiphellandrene). These different molecules give it the following main properties:
  • digestive tonic +++ (monoterpene carbides): Ginger essential oil stimulates digestion and accelerates the passage of the food bolus.

  • anti-inflammatory +++ (sesquiterpene carbides): Ginger essential oil reduces various joint pain, as well as muscle pain.

  • antibacterial, antifungal + (sesquiterpene carbides, monoterpene carbides): Ginger essential oil suppresses the germs responsible for many ENT infections, and also suppresses the fungi responsible for candidiasis.

But also these secondary properties:
  • nervous stimulant




Avocado is a very interesting fruit for its high nutritional value and for its significant amount of vitamins A, C, D, E and K. This fruit, widely used since thousands of years by the peoples of Central America for its benefits, gives a thick oil recommended for beauty treatments. This vegetable oil is extremely well tolerated by the skin, even on thin parts such as the eye area; it is also widely recommended for skin dry and sensitive. Latin name: Persea americana Mill. Part used: fruit
  • softener: this vegetable oil restores elasticity to the skin, which indicates it in particular against wrinkles.

  • skin regenerator: this vegetable oil acts in the skin cell reconstruction, it is therefore recommended for many dermatological problems.

  • nourishing: very moisturizing, this vegetable oil is used as a night cream to deeply nourish the skin. It is also used as a hair mask, to nourish dry and brittle hair and promote its growth.

  • skin protector: this vegetable oil is excellent for skin dehydrated by wind and sea air. It can also be used as an after sun.

  • preservative: this vegetable oil allows better preservation thanks to its high concentration of vitamin E.

  • anti-oxidant: the presence of natural anti-radical compounds such as vitamin E or carotenoids make this oil an excellent anti-aging remedy. This property associated with that of skin repair and protection allows Avocado oil to effectively fight against the signs of dryness and aging of the skin.



coconut oil is particularly appreciated for its moisturizing properties, soothing and antioxidant. Make-up remover, facial treatment, hair mask or even exfoliation ... There are many beauty uses for coconut oil. So much so that many women have made it flagship product of their beauty routine!
coconut oil is also good for you. It is used, among other things, to soothe eczema or insect bites but also to loosen a bruise.
In the kitchen, it easily replaces other vegetable oils and subtly spices up your dishes.
Finally, it is also a shock maintainer to revive leathers or shine wooden furniture.
In order to benefit from all the benefits of this magic oil, choose a virgin oil, first organic cold pressing.


Harvested from the seeds of the moringa tree, a tropical tree native to India, this oil is a natural antioxidant, renowned for its antibacterial properties, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. It is also an excellent exfoliant, making it the ideal beauty oil for people with blemish-prone skin. But its benefits are not limited to the skin: moringa oil is rich in vitamins A, B and C. It strengthens and softens the hair, softens and nourishes the driest areas of the body, gives a new radiance to mature skin, can be used in massage oil and can even be cooked!


Peanut oil is a vegetable oil prepared and extracted from from peanuts (Arachis hypogaea) by means of a hydraulic press. It is an edible oil of very clear appearance and ideal for high temperature cooking. Particularly suitable for making frying food, it can also be used for the preparation of mayonnaise or even vinaigrettes for seasoning.
The most in terms of diet:
- Rich in essential omega-6 fatty acids


Soybean oil is a vegetable oil extracted from soybeans by crushing, and used in food. In recent years, it is also used in the production of biodiesel.
Soybean oil contains oleic acid (23%), linoleic acid (51%), and alpha-linolenic acid (8%). It is an important natural source of unsaturated fatty acids from the omega-6 and omega-3 families. It has, according to AFSSA, an omega-6 / omega-3 ratio of 6.7 (a rate that is a little too high), the ideal rate being close to 5


Fenugreek has anti-inflammatory properties, stimulating and soothing, with the ability to whet the appetite, promoting, among other things, weight gain, or to regulate blood sugar.
In summary, fenugreek seed is considered, in traditional medicine, as:
  • neuromuscular stimulant
  • invigorating
  • appetite opener
  • regulator of pancreatic secretions
  • hypoglycaemic (lowers blood sugar levels)
  • lipid-lowering (lowers fat levels)
  • cholesterol-lowering (lowers blood cholesterol levels
  • )
  • natural digestive
  • painkiller
  • aphrodisiac
  • galactogenic (stimulates the flow of breast milk)
  • stomachic
  • anti-inflammatory


Traditionally used in Indian agriculture for its natural insect repellent properties, this Neem vegetable oil, too known as Neem, is also useful nowadays for fight against bacteria, fungi and parasites. In cosmetics to soothe infected or acne-prone skin or in care to ward off mosquitoes, lice and other parasites, its use is rich and varied. Men but also animals and plants can benefit from its widely provided benefits by azadirachtin A, an active ingredient recognized for its insect repellant uses and insecticides. Latin name: Azadirachta indica. Part used: seed (first cold pressing)
  • insect repellent, insecticide: Neem vegetable oil is recognized as being a good repellent against insects, parasites and mites, whether in humans, animals or plants (mosquitoes, midges, lice, sarcopte (mange), fleas, ticks, mealybugs, caterpillars, etc ...). It is also known that Neem vegetable oil goes further by blocking the metamorphosis of larvae. The latter will disrupt the feeding method of the larvae, and the reproduction of the parasites thus preventing their development.

  • antibacterial: This Neem vegetable oil is known to act against a large number of bacteria including Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, etc ...

  • antifungal: Neem vegetable oil seems to benefit from an antifungal activity allowing it to fight against fungi.

  • nourishing, moisturizing: Thanks to its rich composition in fatty acids, Neem oil has nourishing and soothing properties for sensitized and dry skin.



Of tropical origin, the castor oil plant is a shrub with imposing leaves, the seeds of which, by cold pressing, offer an excellent vegetable oil for nourishing and strengthening the hair, eyelashes and eyebrows. This forgotten vegetable oil also has many very interesting cosmetic and therapeutic properties. It is also used in synergy with essential oils for its very good tissue penetration despite its viscosity. Latin name: Ricinus communis L. Part used: seeds
  • nourishing, fortifying: this vegetable oil excels at strengthening eyelashes, eyebrows and growing hair that becomes stronger, thicker and shinier. It also strengthens and hardens the nails.

  • anti-inflammatory, analgesic: this vegetable oil calms inflammation of the skin and calms pain. It thus relieves many skin conditions.

  • antiviral, antibacterial: this vegetable oil helps to fight against the flu, warts, gastroenteritis. It is also active against fungal infections.

  • immunostimulant: this vegetable oil increases the body's defenses against pathogenic germs.

  • digestive, laxative: Castor vegetable oil promotes digestion and intestinal transit and will be useful in cases of constipation, food poisoning. It is also used to purge the body of toxins.



When pressed, the seeds of Pumpkin give off oil which presents it also several properties, as well on health for prostate disorders for example, than in cosmetics to regenerate the skin. Latin name: Cucurbita pepo L. Part used: seed (first cold pressing)
  • anti-inflammatory prostate: the greatest health property that we recognize in pumpkin seed oil is its action on the prostate. Scientific studies have proven that sterols and carotenoids fight against enlarged prostate. In addition, the richness in unsaturated fatty acids of the oil gives it an anti-inflammatory action to fight against prostatitis and infections of the urinary tract.

  • anti-decay: Pumpkin seed oil promotes bone calcification. Thus, it makes it possible to avoid dental decalcification, in particular responsible for cavities.

  • skin regenerator: Pumpkin seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids, elements which confer suppleness and elasticity to the skin. In addition, this vegetable oil contains vitamin E, a natural anti-oxidant.

  • nourishing: rich in fatty acids and vitamins, the oil from pumpkin seeds nourishes the skin and hair to make them softer, more supple. It also promotes hair regrowth.

  • cholesterol-lowering, cardiovascular protector: pumpkin seed vegetable oil is an oil particularly rich in omega 6, fatty acids essential to the body and only provided through the diet. They confer nutritional benefits on the condition of respecting an omega 6 / omega 3 ratio of 6 to 1.



Akpi is a round, blond seed that is very common in the cuisine in Côte d'Ivoire but also in Cameroon (Le djansan). Its taste is very pronounced and it is characterized by notes of peanuts. It is crushed or pounded before being incorporated into hot preparations.
These almonds are the fruit of Ricinodendron heudelotii, an oil tree found in tropical forests. They allow us to thicken our preparations: soups, fish broths. It is used as a flavor enhancer in African cuisine of forest peoples such as Ivorian cuisine.
Ricinodendron heudelotii almonds are relatively high in protein, fat, phosphorus and potassium. The kernel of "Akpi" (Ricinodendron heudelotii) is widely used and the high oil content of the seeds is suitable for its use in soap and varnish factories. Akpi is valued for its medicinal properties and used as a remedy for constipation, dysentery, eye infections and infertility in women. It is also an antidote.


Argania Spinosa, Obtained from the argan tree, a tree from Morocco Argan vegetable oil (also called argan oil) has always been used for its therapeutic properties, nutritional and cosmetic. Very nutritious, it is the best friend of dry skin, dull hair and damaged nails. Toasted, the oil is a real treat for the taste buds. And, for all the fans essential oils, it is the perfect vegetable oil for penetration optimal aromatic active ingredients through the skin! Latin name: Argania spinosa L. Skeels. Part used: Almonds
  • antioxidant: the presence of natural anti-radical compounds such as tocopherols (including vitamin E), squalene or carotenoids make this oil an excellent anti-aging remedy. This property associated with that of skin repair and protection allows this oil to effectively fight against the signs of dryness and aging of the skin. It is also very effective in preventing stretch marks in pregnant women.

  • cholesterol-lowering, cardiovascular protector: the oil from Argan almonds is rich in vitamin E and phenolic compounds (ferulic acid), substances that help balance the cardiovascular system. The presence of spinasterol, a plant sterol exhibiting great physicochemical similarity with cholesterol, leads to a decrease in the plasma concentrations of total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, the latter being considered as “bad cholesterol”.

  • softener: Argan oil has a composition similar to that of skin lipids, so it quickly penetrates the skin for a moisturizing and nourishing effect. Intakes of omega-3, 6 and 9 also help restore good skin elasticity. Argan oil is also used in hair care to deeply nourish dry hair and obtain shiny and supple hair. Schottenol, a sterol present in this vegetable oil, softens the skin.

  • healing: the linoleic acid of this vegetable oil allows the skin to regain its lost tone and firmness, which makes it a flagship in the fight against premature aging and against the appearance of wrinkles .

  • nourishing: very moisturizing because of its linoleic acid content, this vegetable oil is the ally of damaged hair, flaky and dry skin, but also brittle nails.



From the nuts of an emblematic West African savannah tree, Shea butter has been used for centuries by local populations. Its nourishing, moisturizing and protective properties make it essential both in aromatherapy and in cosmetics. If it does belong to the large family of vegetable oils, it is solid at room temperature and melts around 35 ° C. Latin name: Butyrospermum parkii. Part used: Almonds
  • moisturizer: the lipid part of the butter, constituting the vast majority of this product, allows it to easily pass the skin barrier and to keep the upper layer of the epidermis hydrated, effectively and durably.

  • healing, softening: thanks to the resinous esters which compose it, shea butter allows to soften the skin. Indeed, by passing through the skin barrier, Shea butter will nourish the skin and soften it, to make it less sensitive to external aggressions.

  • skin protector: used in prevention or after sunbathing, shea butter helps protect the skin against UV rays and environmental attacks. It is thanks to a variety of unsaponifiables, including karitene, that butter allows this action.

  • antioxidant, cell regenerator: the vitamin E present in this butter has an important antioxidant role. This vitamin will provide the energy necessary for the metabolism to produce cells in large numbers, thus promoting healing and cell renewal.

  • anti-inflammatory: it contains a high rate of unsaponifiable matter, mainly composed of triterpene alcohols. Lupeol and beta-amyrin are known for their anti-inflammatory properties.

  • penetrating: Shea butter is quickly absorbed by the skin.



Mango butter comes straight from India where we can say that the mango tree is a true sacred symbol of well-being and love. The fruit, with such a sweet taste, contains a kernel made up of an almond. The latter, cold pressed, makes it possible to obtain a butter which is very interesting in cosmetics. It is particularly rich in fatty acids but also in sterols, polyphenols giving it antioxidant properties but also emollient and protective. As a key ingredient in your cosmetic recipes, it will be used in the event of dry skin, dry and frizzy hair, but also in the event of aging of the skin, to fight against wrinkles. Latin name: Mangifera indica. Part used: kernel kernel (first cold pressing)
  • soothing, protective of the skin: Mango butter protects the skin and hair from external aggressions such as the cold, the sun, the wind.

  • emollient: thanks to its rich composition in fatty acids, Mango butter helps maintain hydration of the skin but also that of the hair.

  • softening, softening: the richness in fatty acids of Mango butter allows it to soften the skin while maintaining elasticity and suppleness.

  • antioxidant: Mango butter is rich in sterols and polyphenols which give it very interesting antioxidant properties. It will thus make it possible to fight against skin aging. Wrinkles and folds cannot resist this daily care. The skin is smoother thanks to the Mango butter.




To be able to benefit from the unique virtues of the constituents of the carrot, its roots are macerated in sunflower oil. An oily macerate is then obtained, to the joy of all fans of lazing in the sun! Due to its natural content in provitamin A, the oily carrot macerate is indeed one of the best natural self-tanners, and thanks to its moisturizing properties, it will also constitute a perfect after-sun. Finally, it will restore all their radiance to dull and tired skin. Latin name: Daucus carota L. Part used: roots
  • antioxidant: its provitamin A content makes this oily macerate a very good antioxidant, it will capture free radicals and thus fight against the effects of aging.

  • skin protector: rich in linoleic and oleic acid, the oily macerate of Carrot helps nourish and maintain good hydration of the skin, thus strengthening its hydrolipidic film

  • healthy glow effect: the orange color of the oily carrot macerate will restore color to the skin. Promoting a tanned complexion, it is also a perfect preparation for tanning.

  • softener: it helps maintain the elastic structure of the skin. This is also one of the reasons why it fits perfectly into anti-aging preparations.