Safran Hair Mask is a softening and moisturising mask ideal for giving vitality and softness to the hair. Thanks to Saffron Extract, it protects the hair fibre from oxidation, leaving it shiny and healthy. Argan and Coconut Oil act instead by strengthening and softening the hair.
WITHOUT MINERAL OILS, PARAFFIN, SILICONES, PARABENS. DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED.
- Saffron extract: antioxidant, protective, vitaminising, moisturising.
- Argan Oil: gives strength and shine as it softens and strengthens the hair fibres.
- Coconut Oil: nourishing, makes hair soft and restores vigour and health.
Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Coco Caprylate, Ethyl Hexyl Cocoate, Dipalmitoylethyl Hydroxyethylmonium Methosulfate, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil*, Glycerin, Crocus Sativus Stigma Extract*, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Ceteareth-20, Lactic Acid, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Phenoxyethanol, Parfum, Dehydroacetic acid, Benzyl alcohol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Polyquaternium-37, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Hexyl Cinnamal, Limonene, Linalool.
*Certified by Organic Farming
Take a little product and distribute it on freshly cleansed damp hair. Leave on for five minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water. Repeat if necessary. External use. Avoid contact with the eyes.
SAFRAN SYMBOL OF RARITY AND PRESTIGE:
A line expressing the rarity and prestige of one of the world's most precious spices: Taliouine Saffron. Called Red Gold because those who cultivate it claim that it takes around 150,000 hand-picked flowers, equivalent to four football pitches and 400 hours of work, to obtain a single kilogram of it, this precious extract is obtained from the stigma of the marvellous purple flower of Crocus Sativus, a perennial plant that reaches full bloom in autumn.
Taliouine, a small village in the Berber mountains, is the heart of saffron cultivation: a land that gives way, to the west, to Argan trees and to the east, to rose cultivations, in the direction of Ouarzazate. Here, on the Souktana plateau, between 1300 and 1500 metres, lies the oldest cultivation area of this flower in the whole of Morocco. Eleven producers - united in the Coopérative Agricole de Taliouine and supported by the Moroccan NGO Migrations et Développement - cultivate small plots of up to one hectare and, together with their families, between October and November they pick the flowers at dawn, when they are still closed; they then place them in a cool room and separate the precious stigmas. Every step is manual and fertilisation is natural. There are no particular varieties of saffron, but on the Souktana plateau, thanks to the soil, the natural fertilisation, the climate and the savoir faire of the producers, a product is obtained that is so valuable that it is 7 times richer in Safranal, the antioxidant molecule in saffron than in any other crop in the world* (*ONG Migrations et Développement).
Its use has been known since antiquity: it appears in many papyri of the ancient Egyptians and in many texts of ancient Greece and ancient Rome for its countless virtues and uses: Cleopatra used to use it during her beauty baths or as a natural pigment for make-up; it has also been used since ancient times by Indian women for its toning and anti-aging qualities and is known in Chinese medicine for its restorative properties. This spice is unique because it contains a high percentage of carotenoids, in particular Crocin and Crocetin, which give it extraordinary anti-free radical properties as well as its characteristic bright red colour. In addition, the Crocus sativus plant synthesises B vitamins that give it stimulating properties, amino acids and polysaccharides with strong moisturising power, and flavonoids with antioxidant and protective activity. These characteristics make it unique for skin and hair fibre protection products. In addition, its high antioxidant power makes it perfect for an anti-age treatment that improves the skin's appearance in more mature skins.