French
COMPOSITION
"Tiaré" Flower
     
MONOÏ
 
 
  Gardenia taitensis, of the Rubiaceae family
 

The "Tiare" Tahiti bush is in flower all year round. Its even, snow-white flowers contrast with the dark green of glossy smooth-edged leaves.
Their unique strong and sweet perfume is reminiscent of gardenia and tuberose flowers, with some aspects of apple-tree flowers.
The Tiare flower is the emblem of Tahiti. It is also one
of the main ingredients in French Polynesia’s traditional pharmacopoeia. It is believed to effectively relieve migraine and earache, heal wounds, and even cure certain types
of eczema.
« Tiare » essential oil is rich in active ingredients, partly explaining the flower’s many uses. GC/MS
(gas chromatography and mass spectrophotometry)
analyses have confirmed the presence of the active
molecules in Monoi de Tahiti-thereby confirming
the quality of the gentle extraction process.
 
These compounds include:

Methyl salicylate known for its soothing properties
And purifying compounds, including:
Alcohols (like hexanoland phenylethyl alcohol)
Esters (ethyl benzoate and methyl salicylate, for example).
REGENERATIVE INGREDIENT FOR THE BODY AND THE SOUL