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Active principle that plays an important broad-spectrum antibacterial activity as a local antiseptic action at low concentrations.
This is the reason for its anti dandruff action, since dandruff appears to be caused by Malassezia furfur and / or globular yeasts, normally present on skin, but in conditions such as excessive production of sebum, they proliferate.
The action of Piroctone Olamine, with great affinity for keratin-rich tissues such as the skin and hair, complements the anti-inflammatory action of other active principles.

In fact, checking the bacterial burden and / or fungi present on the body surface, eliminates the action of these pathogenic microorganisms, which acting as a trigger or as a complication, perpetuate the vicious circle of some diseases such as the Atopic dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis , etc..




Plant complex obtained by hot infusion of the following plants:

SAGE, Burdock, Birch, thyme, lavender, GREEN TEA

The antibacterial and deodorant properties of the Sage are indicated in products with antiseptic, cleansing, sebum normalizing and toning the microcirculation actions, thanks to the flavonoids and tannins present.

The sebum-normalizing, cleansing and antiseptic properties are very useful in the treatment of hair and scalp with a tendency to seborrhea and in case of oily skin with tendency of suffer from of acne.

Thanks to the caffeic and chlorogenic acid, the B-complex vitamins and the mucilage significantly present in the root of the burdock, is characterized by a strong purifying, anti-itching and sebum-normalizing actions.

In cosmetics, it is widely used for the purifying and normalizing treatment of oily skins, asphyxiated, unclean, with blackheads. Therefore, extracts of burdock are used in cosmetic formulations to reduce the oiliness of skins with a tendecy for seborrhea and acne. Similarly, they are used to treat hair and scalp with shampoo and lotions, to balance the excessive sebum secretion.

The phytocosmetics uses the extracts of birch leaves, rich in flavonoids, tannins (leucoantocianidine), Vitamin C and caffeic and chlorogenic acid for its remarkable astringent, antiseptic and purifying properties both at skin and scalp level. They are used in shampoos and lotions with normalizing function of the scalp, characterized by excessive dandruff and seborrhea.

Thyme is widely used in cosmetic preparations to treat skin and greasy hair thanks to its ability to deeply penetrate and to play an important antiseptic action.
Thymol, present in the essential oil, together with phenols, tannins and flavonoids, are widely used in the preparation of shampoo with antiseptic and antiseborroic functions.
It also has deodorant and antibacterial properties, even in the case of excessive sebum production, preventing the formation of unpleasant odors.

Due to its antiseptic and decongestant properties, the essential oil of lavender is particularly suitable in the formulation of cosmetics for the treatment of impure skin prone to seborrhea, as well as for products intended to treat hair and scalp with dandruff and grease. Regulates the sebaceous secretion and has a soothing and purifying function to remove oiliness and odor from hair and oily scalp.


In the green tea, the methylxanthines (caffeine, theobromine and theophylline) promote skin absorption of active ingredients, while the polyphenols, vitamin C and mineral salts have a soothing action on irritated scalp, act as antioxidants against the effects of free radicals and are ideal to fight dandruff on the scalp with an astringent effect on the scalp.






Plant complexes obtained by hot infusion or cold maceration in alcohol of the following plants:

Bioflavonoids are active ingredients that help maintain normal capillary integrity normalizing its attenuated functions.

The protective and refreshing action of yarrow extracts are thanks to the chamazulene and the flavonoids present, substances that give to this drug the characteristics of stimulating the scalp, which helps promoting blood circulation.

So the use of extracts of yarrow is expected in the preparation of shampoos, lotions and friction shock-tubes.


Regarding its cosmetic use, the tonic-stimulant action of flavonoids, tannins, triterpenes and phenolic acids, contained in the extracts of sage, is used primarily in cosmetic products for the activation of the peripheral microcirculation, such as lotions and shampoos for atonic scalp with hair loss.


Even after topical use, it has been shown that Ginseng saponins produce a stimulating and invigorating effect in sub-epidermal microcirculation. Ginseng is thus use for the production of products that stimulate hair growth and tonify the scalp.

In the green tea, the methylxanthines (caffeine, theobromine and theophylline) promote skin absorption of active ingredients, while the polyphenols, vitamin C and mineral salts have a soothing action on irritated scalp, act as antioxidants against the effects of free radicals and are ideal to fight dandruff.


The essential oil and the rosmarinic acid present in the leaves of rosemary have a stimulating, tonic and revulsive action, that promotes blood circulation in the scalp. Antioxidant for hair under stress. Disinfectant and antibacterial, is also indicated in the formulation of massage oils for relaxant purposes.

The lotions and baths products deodorize and purify the skin, the tinture revitalize the scalp.


The preparations of horse chestnut have been used for a long time as a popular therapy for the treatment of varicose veins, hemorrhoids, phlebitis and chilblains by local applications. Various studies have confirmed that its action increases the resistance of capillaries, decreases their permeability and has an anti-inflammatory effect and anti-edema effect.


From a farmacological standpoint, the most interesting substance contained in the seeds is the escin, a saponin that has been recognized for its astringent, vasoconstrictor and decongestant properties.
Other properties can be related to the action of flavones compounds, vitamins B, C, K, with positive effects on the microcirculation of the scalp.