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Papyrus Native Cells

Commonly known as: Cyperus Papyrus Leaf Cell Extract (I.N.C.I.).
Botanical name: Cyperus papyrus.
Extraction process: In vitro cultivation of leaves in a nutrient medium, followed by stimulation with UV and visible light to produce metabolites (active molecules), rinsing, cell filtration, sonication and dispersion of the extract in sunflower oil.
Family: Cyperaceae.
Part of the plant extracted: Leaves.
Location: Africa, particularly in Egypt.
Flowering: From June to September.
Provenance, origin: France.
Phytochemical composition: Essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Sensorial properties: Appearance: Liquid; Colour: Light Yellow; Scent: Mild.
Physical characteristics: Density = 0.9 - 1.1 g/cm3; Lipophilic (soluble in oil).
Benefits: Hydrating, regenerating, protective, lipid-replenishing, emollient, antioxidant.
Concerns: Suitable for all skin types, particularly for dry and dehydrated skin.



Facial Care (cream, fluid, serum, balm, oil; Makeup (foundation).

Method of Preservation

Store in a cool and dry place.

Contraindications, Usage Precautions

There are no contraindications to the cosmetic use of native papyrus cells. Pregnant women and young children can use them. Avoid contact with the eyes.