CYATHEA CUMINGII

Cyathea is a genus of tree fern native to New Zealand and its pulp was originally used by Maoris to heal their wounds. This fern is rich in polysaccharides, from the family of glucomannan, some absorbent and emollient fibers and in arabinogalactans, some particles involved in the development of the plant.

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Plants have been used by manking in dermo-cosmetology since the mists of time. It is interesting to note that all parts of the plant can be used: the roots, leaves and fruit. Numerous clinical studies show the diversity of the principle active ingredients of the plant world and their great superiority, from the point of view of tolerance, over chemistry of synthesis or products of animal origin...

Using plants in cosmetics is a guarantee of effectiveness and tolerance, and it is a real innovation.

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