Dry and sensitive skin has a more acidic pH, usually close to 4. This excess acidity causes redness and pimples, promotes dehydration and the appearance of certain diseases such as eczema. The skin is also less well protected and reacts more to external aggressions.

The lower the pH, the more the medium is oxidized. Dry skin has a very acidic pH, below 4.5. We know that dry skin has a sanguine temperament (Wet & hot because its environment is Acid/oxidized.)

For dry & sensitive skin that is characterized by positive charges, we select essential oils with a predominance of negative molecules to find a balance.

Negative biochemical families have the particularity of being calming and relaxing


It is an important herbal medicine used in the traditional medicine system, first described in Chinese medical literature in 600 AD. Unani doctors have mentioned its use in gynecological diseases like amenorrhea, menorrhagia, leucorrhea, pelvic inflammatory disease, in the treatment of wounds and ulcers... Pharmacological studies have proven that it possesses antitumor activities , immunomodulators, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories...

70% sesquiterpene properties

Anti-inflammatory ++++

Calming +++

Venous and lymphatic decongestant +++

Sage essential oil

Sage was probably already used by the ancient Egyptians to treat abdominal diseases, toothaches and asthma. It appears in the Ebers papyrus (1500 BC) as a remedy for itching. Selected for its medicinal properties and its composition rich in negative molecules.

Properties at 5% esters:

Analgesics +++
Anti-inflammatories +++
Antispasmodics +++
Tranquilizers and sedatives +++
Hypotensives +++

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