Gardenia Tahitiensis flower

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Moisturizing, emollient, flavoring.

Tales from nature

Gardenia Tahitensis or Tiarè flower is a shrub belonging to the Rubiaceae family, which grows in tropical climates where the temperature never drops below 10 ° C. Gardenia Tahitiensis is considered the national flower, an emblem of the island of Tahiti and all over French Polynesia, where women still usually have adorned their heads and neck with the tiarè flowers, intertwined in garlands that give visitors as fragrant Welcome tribute.

The flower is made to macerate in the oil that is extracted from the pulp of coconut walnut, to deeply mix the two elements, thus transforming them into the monoi oil of Tahiti, from the intense and enveloping perfume to the tiarè flower.


The flower of Gardenia Tahitiensis is used in cosmetics as a base and fragrance of numerous body and solar products, thanks to its intense, enveloping and seductive perfume.

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