Key ingredients: - Guava: The Guava fruit, being rich in Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), B-compex vitamins, triterpenia and essential oils, is nowadays a key element of juices or salads of healthy diets. In cosmetology, Guava extract thanks to its high concentration in actives, is allotted tonic, healing and nourishing properties. Guava is native to Central and South America but is also cultivated in tropical climates like the Seychelles, Madagascar and Asia. The Guava tree is abundant on Tahitian hillsides where it is known to make the forest impenetrable. Guava was introduced in Europe at the end of the 16th century. Its astringent properties were then praised. The infusion of leaves has for a long time been highly reputed to fight Asian diseases. In Brazil and Cuba, seedless fruit is used to make jellies and delicious mixtures of an attractive amber colour that can be recommended to people suffering from dyspepsia. - Shea Butter: Shea butter has been traditionally used in Africa by native soap manufacturers to protect skin and hair from the harsh climate. It’d also been a well known baby pampering treat, intended to protect newborns from extreme weather. Recent findings claim that Shea butter protects the skin against climate and UV aggression; helps preventing wrinkle formation; soothes irritated and chapped skin and moisturises the epidermis. Dermatologically tested.