Beauty Capsules


30 capsules of 500mg

Active substance: Borage seed vegetable oil (50%), Evening primrose seed oil (50%)
Capsule: fish-based gelatin, glycerin
INCI (for specialists)
Borago officinalis seed oil, Oenothera biennis seed oil
Gelatin, Glycerin

All skin types

To stay supple and glowing, the skin needs to be nourished from the inside out. We present to you our Beauty Capsules, real treatments to eat! Orally, they regenerate the skin, strengthen brittle and fragile nails and tone the hair. Borage and evening primrose oils are rich in gamma-linolenic acid, a rare polyunsaturated fatty acid that helps regenerate the skin.

Virgin and first cold pressed, borage and evening primrose vegetable oils have regenerative actions on the skin, both through the skin and orally. They provide the body with valuable polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) that our bodies cannot synthesize. Borage oil and evening primrose oil are particularly rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA - 23%), a very rare polyunsaturated fatty acid, which actively participates in the manufacture of cell membranes. GLA is great for the skin. These French vegetable oils also contain vitamins E, A, D, and K.
For the skin. These precious capsules give the skin more supple, better nourished and more luminous.
For hair and nails: strengthen brittle nails and fragile hair.
For the female menstrual cycle. These oils harmonize the hormonal system, reduce premenstrual syndromes and prevent premenstrual acne.
For the body. They also stimulate the immune system.

2 capsules per day as a 3-month attack course if there is really a skin problem, painful PMS or if it is a winter cure.
1 capsule per day if it is more of a long-term maintenance treatment.
Beauty capsules are contraindicated for babies and young children due to the method of consumption and for epileptics, evening primrose oil being not recommended by mouth for people suffering from this pathology.

Although this plant is native to our regions, the French culture of borage has completely disappeared, and is today mainly cultivated in China, in a very industrial way, even if it often acquires an organic label there, to our astonishment!

Evening Primrose
It is found in the wild on the edges of highways, on beaches, on wasteland ... The plant has been "tamed" and its culture developed to extract from its tiny seeds an oil with exceptional virtues, so much for the skin than for the body. It is also called evening primrose for its pretty yellow flower that blooms at nightfall and wilts the next day at noon.