Our star ingredients

OUR PATENTED INNOVATION
CANNONAU : A VERY SPECIAL GRAPE

ITS BENEFITS

EVERLASTING FLOWER

Everlasting Flower (Helichrysum Italicum) originates from the Mediterranean and is particularly a symbol of Sardinian flora. Its flower never fades, even after being picked. It is known for its soothing and superb regenerating properties.

OBSIDIAN

Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic rock, formed as a result of cooled lava. High Iron and magnesium content gives its dark black colour. In the traditional history of Sardinia, this is the stone by excellence against ‘malocchio’ (bad luck).

Corallo

Coral is a symbol of the Mediterranean Sea, especially present all along the Coral Riviera in North East Sardinia. Rich in Minerals and trace elements, it helps boost the activity of Fibroblasts and has light reflecting and filler properties.

LEMON

Lemon is an integral part of the Mediterranean environment. Particularly rich in Alpha-Hydroxy-Acids (AHAs) but also Hesperidin in the Lemon Peel, they help exfoliate skin gently and boost skin’s renewal process to reveal more radiant, fresher-looking skin.

Mediterranean Algae

The Mediterranean sea is rich in unique algae thanks to its particular ecosystem. Highly concentrated in trace elements and essential minerals, many of them are famous for their properties in skincare. Soha uses red algae Jania Rubens for its potent hydrating action and Corallina Officinalis for its boosting of skin's micro-circulation as well as Brown Algae Cystoseira Amantacea for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxydant propoerties.

MYRTLE

Myrtle is symbolic of the Island. Sardinians derive from its plant a delicious liquor you will find in every home. It provides multiple skin benefits: It tones skin, is antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and as a bonus, is alleged to have aphrodisiac properties.

HONEY

For thousands of years honey hides behind its beautiful clear amber colour numerous skincare properties unknow to many. Purifying, soothing, hydrating, anti-wrinkles... Thanks to its preserved nature, Sardinia is home to some of the most distinctive types of honey based on local and unique flowers: Lavander honey, Asphodel honey, Cistus honey or strawberry-tree honey that is rare and one of the last honey to be produced due to the late flowering of the plant.