Organique Original Rituals
Fruit rituals' formulas combine the effectiveness of plant extracts and fresh scents. The rituals have been based on four aroma therapeutic scents. Based on natural extracts, we have designed four fruit rituals:
Skin firming Melon Ritual
Skin strengthening Currant Ritual
Skin brightening Pineapple Ritual
Skin detoxifying Tea Ritual
Aromatic scents relax us, induce a good mood and, at the same time, accelerate the effect of biological renewal.
Calcareous red algae – grow very slowly, ca. 1 mm per year. Over time, they die, get covered with calcium crystals and become white. Lithothamium algae contains a lot of mineral ingredients, amino acids, vitamins and antioxidants. They are especially rich in calcium: they contain more than - until now considered the greatest source of calcium - oyster shells. The algae particles in gels effectively but also gently cleanse skin of impurities and dead epidermis. It allows for the everyday use of the body scrub wash. After using it, skin becomes smooth and shiny, while the micro-massage with algae particles improves microcirculation and skin oxygenation. It enables a quick and effective penetration of active ingredients (from other care cosmetics) into epidermis.
Melon – the flesh of a melon contains sugars, carotene, vitamins (A, C, E, PP and vitamins B) and
mineral compounds (mainly potassium). Melon extract has firming properties, improves elasticity and level of hydration, softens and smooths skin.
Pineapple – the fruit of pineapple is rich in vitamins (A, PP, C, B vitamins), minerals, cellulose, sugars and bromelain enzyme which was not isolated until 1970s. It enables removal of dead epidermis cells and is very gentle to skin (even couperose one), does not cause irritation. When combined with vitamin C, also present in the pineapple extract, it regulates the process of epidermis exfoliation, evens skin color and smooths skin.
Tea – white and green tea extracts contain polyphenols, vitamins (B1, B2, K, PP), xanthine, potassium, calcium and theine (tea caffeine). They are a rich source of antioxidants, protect against free radicals and slow down the ageing processes. They also show cleansing and detoxifying properties, stimulate defense mechanism in the skin. Theine stimulates, accelerates microcirculation and reduces swelling.
Grapeseed oil – rich in unsaturated fatty acids (85% of linoleic acid) and vitamins: E, A, K and D6, lecithin and flavonoids. Due to its composition, it has strong regenerating, nourishing and smoothing properties. Rich in antioxidants, it reduces free radicals and prevents skin ageing processes.
Shea butter – the source of vitamins: A, E, F and cinnamic acid (a natural UV filter). It regenerates, soothes irritation, prevents flaking and epidermis water evaporation. It constitutes a natural protective barrier against external factors.
Phytic acid – occurs in some cereal, seeds of fruit and legumes, nuts. Due to its strong anti-free-radical properties, it prevents inflammations and ageing processes. It improves skin hydration and elasticity, as well as enables penetration of other active substances from the preparation deep into epidermis.
Lactic acid – occurs naturally in sour dairy products (yoghurt, buttermilk), silage and sour soup. It helps maintain a slightly acidic pH which supports the development of favorable bacterial flora.
Ritual step by step
In fruit rituals performed step by step, scents influence our senses. Thanks to the scent, we use the ritual's aroma therapeutic power.
Step 1 – face mask - apply mask on cleansed face skin and leave it on for about 20 minutes.
Step 2 – body scrub wash - while the mask is working, take a bath, spread scrub wash on your body and perform a gentle massage until foam formation.
Step 3 - remove face mask excess with water or a tissue, wipe skin with a tonic and apply care cream.
Step 4 – body mousse – massage mousse into dry body skin.