Fortifying and regenerating!
Native to West Africa, the hibiscus Sabdariffa, also called "Bissap" or "Guinea Gold", is a shrub that produces young shoots and leaves that are traditionally eaten in cooking. Its red flowers, dried then infused, are used for sauces and jams or are drunk in the form of juice or tea.
This powder, 100% natural and produced by flower petals, is rich in mucilages (hydrating and softening sugars) and antioxidants, which gives it its innumerable properties.
Whether you have mature, dry, dull, stressed or sensitive skin, it will be your best ally to accompany the composition of your care.
The botanical minute
Bissap is a herbaceous plant from the Malvaceae family that grows in tropical areas. With simple whole or lobed leaves. Bissap is probably the only plant whose calyxes, also loaded with organic acids, can be likened to a fruit and be used for the same purposes. The well-known hibiscus flower is consumed in certain regions, especially as an infusion to make Bissap, a drink which has medicinal properties. Hibiscus oil, on the other hand, is made from the seeds of the plant, which contains a significant amount of vitamin E, phytotrons and omega 6s.