The plants of Saly


Discover the virtues of the ingredients
used in the manufacturing
of our care products

The butters

Shea butter*:It offers great softness because it contains a high percentage of unsaponifiable fatty acids (not transformable into soap molecules), which helps to repair, nourish and protect your skin more effectively.

Mango butter: Rich in oleic acid, phytosterols and polyphenols, mango butter has emollient, anti-oxidant and softening properties. Perfect in every way, it maintains hydration, prevents skin ageing and can be used as a soothing treatment when the skin has been attacked by the sun or the cold.

The vegetable oils

Sweet almond oil*:Very well known and adapted to the most delicate skins, this oil has powerful softening and soothing properties. It calms itching and reconstitutes the skin’s hydrolipidic film.
Avocado oil*:Ultra nourishing, it promotes the hydration of the superficial layers of the epidermis. The trace elements it contains give it a rebalancing and regenerating power.
Borage oil*: Reputed to be exceptionally rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamins, it has a very important regenerating power that restores suppleness, elasticity and tone, particularly to dry, devitalized and tired skin.
Rapeseed oil*: Very rich in omega-3 and vitamin E, it is ideal for moisturising the body, face and hair It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.
Rosehip oil* :Similar to rose hip oil, very rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (linoleic acid and alpha-linoleic acid), it has healing and regenerating properties. Thanks to its concentration in vitamin A, it acts in depth and brings the elements that the skin needs.
Jojoba oil*:It has the virtue of regulating sebum thanks to its unique characteristics, allowing it to restore the skin’s balance. This exceptional oil, rich in trace elements, promotes exchanges on the skin’s surface.
Linseed oil*:Used to maintain and shine floors and tiles, it is particularly effective in nourishing and protecting wooded surfaces (parquet, furniture, beams, etc.) as it acts as a protective wax or varnish.
Macadamia oil*:Rich in palmitoleic acid, cell protector, it is recommended for sensitive, dehydrated or dried out skin. This oil has softening, nourishing and soothing properties. It stimulates microcirculation to promote cell renewal.
Neem oil* : Neem oil is repellent, particularly effective against mosquitoes, flies, fleas and ticks. It has an antibacterial action and nourishing properties.
Coconut oil*:It produces a generous lather and has nourishing, repairing, soothing and even anti-ageing properties. Used in a household soap, it helps to remove ingrained stains.
Apricot kernel oil* : Rich in vitamin A and linoleic acid, it is nourishing, moisturizing and softening. It is the ally of tired, devitalized and dull skin because it restores radiance and tone and delays cellular aging.
Virgin olive oil*: It nourishes the skin and strengthens the nails, soothes irritations and heals chapped skin and other small micro-injuries thanks to its excellent emollient properties.
Castor oil*: A champion for accelerating hair, eyelash and eyebrow growth, it also strengthens nails and restores skin elasticity, which is why it is used to treat stretch marks. It has a good viscosity and produces a generous foam.

Sesame oil*: Widely used in the field of wellness massage, this light oil has softening and healing properties and provides a perfect touch.

The essential oils

Hô wood essential oil: Hô wood has a healing power, it favours cell regeneration and brings a tonic impulse to your skin.
Linaloe wood essential oil: This is a major asset for the skin as it activates cell regeneration, tightens pores and firms tissues to act effectively against skin ageing.

Cardamom essential oil: Well-known to sportsmen and women, it facilitates muscle relaxation after exercise.

Carrot essential oil*: This is a powerful cell regenerator rich in vitamin E that helps prevent skin ageing. It also has a bactericidal action.

Lime essential oil*: Invigorating, it is known to fight against stress and tension. It purifies the air and firms the skin.
Clove essential oil*: Stimulating, it is indicated in case of great physical or intellectual fatigue. It also has an antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal action.
Combava essential oil*: A natural tonic and stimulant, it is an antiviral known for its bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Frankincense essential oil: It stimulates the body’s natural defences and clears the respiratory tract. Its healing properties are also recognised for the treatment of stretch marks and skin infections.
Geranium essential oil*: A powerful cell regenerator, it purifies and soothes reactive skin and eliminates bad odours.
Ginger essential oil*: It has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and soothes the nervous system.
Lavandin essential oil*: This oil has antibacterial and repellent properties but is also a very good muscle relaxant.
Patchouli essential oil*:It has healing, regenerating properties at the cellular level and cleansing properties through its antibacterial action. In addition, it decongests and stimulates circulation, soothing heavy legs, tones the skin and revitalises it while leaving a pleasant scent.
Ravintsara* essential oil:This is a powerful antiviral that disinfects and purifies the air. It also stimulates circulation and soothes the nervous system.
Vetiver essential oil: It promotes cell renewal, stimulates skin microcirculation and decongests. Its olfactory power refocuses and soothes.
Ylang-ylang essential oil*: It has the property of toning the skin by restoring its natural balance and firming it. It regenerates the skin and calms irritations. Its sensual scent frees the mind and senses, and calls for relaxation.

The clays

White clay: It is known for its healing properties thanks to its high percentage of silicate. For cleansing, it acts by friction and eliminates impurities and desquamations even on the most delicate skins.
Rassal clay:It washes gently with a slightly abrasive action and provides the body with a large number of ions and minerals, hence its remineralising and purifying power. It also tones the upper layers of the epidermis and restores vitality to the skin.
Red clay:It owes its colouring to the significant presence of iron oxides. Rich in trace elements, it gives the skin light and radiance. It is effective in improving circulation and toning tired skin by refining the texture of the epidermis.
Pink clay: It purifies, revitalises and soothes dry skin. Very soft, it is particularly recommended for delicate, fragile, dehydrated skins or those with a tendency to redness. It can also be used on mature skin.
Special earth clay : It is known for its strong absorbent power and allows even the most stubborn grease stains on all kinds of fabrics, floors and wooden furniture to be cleaned, even when dry.


Arabica coffee powder*: Allows the absorption of fats and cleanses in depth thanks to its grain.
Fresh avocado*: This wonderful fruit, rich in trace elements and very nutritious, offers the best care for dry and reactive skin.
Calendula Petals: Also known as marigold, this flower has anti-inflammatory, soothing and antiseptic properties, making it an important ally in the treatment of skin lesions.
Oatmeal* and rice*/poppy seeds*: Used as an exfoliant in body scrub recipes to remove impurities from the skin.

Chai tea*: Made from black tea with anti-oxidant properties, it firms the skin. Its ability to protect against dryness and above all its anti-inflammatory properties make it a perfect ally for the epidermis.

Sodium bicarbonate:This magic powder is used as a disinfectant, deodorant, purifier, cleaner, sanitizer and descaler, among other things. It replaces any cleaning product and its effectiveness has been proven.
Glycerine:It is naturally derived from the cold saponification process and provides the care and softness that the skin needs.
*Ingredients from organic farming
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