MONOI means "sweet scented oil" in Reo-Maohi, the ancient language of the Polynesians.
Monoi de Tahiti products arre all based on the secret of combining coconut oil with Tiare blossoms.
Formulated with Bora-Bora white sand, this new soap with lagoon fragrance offers a gentle exfoliation, and will be particularly appreciated for its purifying, moisturizing, and smoothing properties.This soap with lagoon refreshing fragrance gives an intense body exfoliation. Its moisturizing and smooth powers are brought by the perfect combination of white sand from Polynesians turquoise lagoons and Monoï de Tahiti.
Your shower will become a true travel in the Islands, refreshing and smooth thanks to its light and fragrance lather that will leave your skin soft and clean.
MAIN INGREDIENTS: Monoï de Tahiti Bora Bora white sand Lagoon fragrance Sodium palmate, Sodium palm kernelate, Aqua, Calcium carbonate, Perfume, Cocos nucifera oil, Elaeis guineensis oil, Sodium chloride, Glycerin, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium etidronate, CI77891, Gardenia tahitensis flower, CI77007, Tocopherol, Benzyl alcohol, Benzyl salicylate, Citronnellol, Coumarin, Geraniol. No parabens. No allergens.
Directions: Apply daily to all the body after the bath or the shower, or after any sun exposure. Make it penetrate with light circular massages. Its soft, smooth and rich texture is designed for all types of skin, including very dry and sensitive. .
Guarantee The guarantee of origin “Monoï de Tahiti” is reserved for products with ingredients from French Polynesia in accordance with local, honest and constant uses. This product is manufactured in France in accordance with the French Government Decree Nr. 92-340 amended by Decree Nr. 313/CM dated 20/02/2008; published JOPF Nr. 2008-9 dated 28/02/2008, which strictly defines the process used to manufacture Monoi de Tahiti, guaranteeing its authenticity and quality. . Monoi de Tahiti is a wonderful cosmetic oil obtained by soaking Tiare flower (Gardenia Tahitensis) blossoms in refined coconut oil.
Coconuts from “Cocos Nucifera” trees, a variety growing on the coral ground of French Polynesia, and the buds of Tiare flower must come from French Polynesia. Coconuts used for Monoi making are collected at the stage known as of "ripe nut". After collecting, ripe coconuts are cleaved and coconut meats are extracted within 48 hours. These ones are then put out to dry during at least a week. The meats are then crushed in fine particles. The raw coconut oil is extracted by a unique warm pressure. “Monoï de Tahiti” is obtained by soaking ten Tiare flowers per one litre of refined coconut oil, during at least ten days.
The "Monoï de Tahiti", Appellation of Origine, obtained by this method, has a lot of medicinal properties used to elaborate and make cosmetic care products: moisturizing, nutrition, regeneration, but also for the reinforcement of hair strength.