Scientific name: Trigonella Foenum-Graecum
Classification: Vegetable extract
Moisturizing, emollient, soothing, antioxidant.
Tales from nature
The Greek fenas, a very ancient medicinal plant, is a spontaneous plant that grows in coastal and submontane habitats. Probably originally from Western Asia is characterized by a very intense, or appreciated, or considered unpleasant smell of hay. This plant is often used in the perfume industry.
Already known at the time of the Egyptians, it was considered a food to support the pharaohs in life after death. Greeks and Romans also used this plant as food. Today it is present as an ingredient in the menus of Asian kitchens, such as India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
The glycolic extract of Greek fieen is used to strengthen and give full -bodied and shine to the hair, nourishing the follicles, stimulating circulation, therefore the growth of healthy and strong hair.
It also has moisturizing and emollient properties for dry and frizzy hair and on restructuring, soothing, antioxidant skin. The spicy perfume makes it suitable in mixes of fragrances in perfumes and cleansing products.