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Phytessence™ White Peony

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Oscar Wilde said that ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder,’ because beauty remains subjective, a matter of taste, its appreciation changes according to the era and cultures. Beauty would be directly linked to the uniformity of skin colour. Many studies show that the more complexion is uniform, the more the human face appears young and in good health and the more the person is beautiful and attractive. Symbol of perfect beauty, Phytessence White Peony acts on the uniformity of skin colour by correcting excessive redness and attenuating ageing spots. A herbaceous plant from Asia, the peony is traditionally used for its soothing properties and procures a sensation of absolute serenity. From the Greek Paeonia meaning “healing plant”, it has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for more than two thousand years to heal skin rashes, help scarring and calm nervous irritations (stress, anxiety…). Its root contains terpenoids, mainly paeoniflorin and polyphenols.

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Phytessence White Peony

Product details

Physical form at 25°C

  • Liquid


  • Botanical extracts
  • Conventional extraction


  • Active ingredients
  • Emotive ingredients

Regional availability

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • N America


  • Antiperspirants & deodorants
  • Body care
  • Eye contour care
  • Face / neck skin care

Consumer benefit

  • Brightening / age spots
  • Radiance

Certifications and standards

  • Halal
  • ISO 16128 - natural ingredient
  • ISO 16128 - derived natural
  • Vegan suitable

Regional compliance


Ingredient origin

  • Plant derived

Composition information

  • EO/PO free
  • Preservative free
  • EDTA free
  • BHT / BHA free

% Natural origin content – ISO 16128

  • 100


  • Expected to be readily biodegradable


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