INCI name: CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS FRUIT WATER
The orange (Citrus Aurantium Dulcis) belongs to the large genus of citrus fruits, with a distinction between bitter and sweet orange. The orange originated in northeastern India and the adjacent parts of China and Burma.
From there it spread northward to Japan and westward through India into the Mediterranean region, reaching Europe at about the beginning of the Christian era.
Flavonoids: The presence of flavonoids in the fruits is a chemical generic characteristic. They are found in the fruit peels and pulp, with the flavanone glycosides predominating in terms of quantity (e.g. hesperitin, naringenin or eriodictyol).
Limonoids: are highly oxygenated tetracyclic triterpenes found in the seeds, pulp and fruit peels.
The flesh of the fruit also contains: Carbohydrates, fiber, minerals, organic acids, vitamins B and C, citric acid, malic acid.
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Thanks to its gentle extraction, the distilled orange water has the biological activity of fresh oranges and thus has a stimulating and remineralizing effect on the skin. The orange with its diverse ingredients is a vitamin package against heat, stress and lack of energy.