For a beauty awakening! The Hibiscus has rare regenerative qualities, it promotes cell renewal, and Edelweiss remineralizes deeply, Sesame is a powerful antioxidant that plays an important role in the rejuvenation of the skin, and Macadamia improves microcirculation for a fresh and radiant skin. Dermatologically tested.
Ideal for an immediate improvement of your skin using a natural beauty product. Life smiles at you! The secret of this cream? The ideal combination of the following organic ingredients for optimal hydration to replenish your skin cells: Aloe Vera, Jojoba, Olive Leaf, Shea Butter, Macadamia, Coralline Algae, Green Tea, Cucumber, Edelweiss, Cedar wood and...
The digression of the day is to take care of yourself with an immediate dose of hydration and energy. Radiate beauty ! A combination of Organic ingredients: Aloe Vera, Olive leaf extract, Green Tea, Cucumber, Palma Rosa, Edelweiss. Spray it on your face, neck, and body ... Sensation guaranteed! Dermatologically tested.
Restore the lipid balance of your skin cells to reduce the sensitivity of your skin! This healing soothing cream is a lasting remedy for skin inflammation. Benefit from the amazing combination of organic ingredients: Chamomilla, Orange Blossom, Thyme, Shea Butter, Sunflower, Sweet Almond, Apricot, and Phytowax®. The water retained in the heart of the...
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La Fare 1789 en Provence
La Fare is simply the name of the hill, and 1789 the construction date of the building where the first products are emerging...
La Fare 1789 en Provence is a strory of a house, a region, a tour to the philosophy Organic plants, a whole generation passed craftsmanship to generation.
La Fare 1789 is a French brand of cosmetics, organic beauty treasures.
"What is it a weed, but a plant that has not yet discovered the virtues ?"
Ralph Waldo Emerson.