Robinia pseudoacacia was brought over from the Appalachian Mountains by a British naturalist, John Tradescant. Tradescant traded seeds with Jean Robin, Henri IV’s botanist, who introduced the Robinia pseudoacacia to his garden in Paris in the 16th century.
Legend has it that this rapidly growing tree, whose wood possesses rot-proof properties, was cultivated by American settlers, and spread abundantly across the entire territory. Its beautiful clusters of white flowers, that smell like orange blossom, are a firm favourite of bees, resulting in high quality honey, and of people, who use the flowers to make fritters.
Glycerin (and) Water (and) Robinia pseudoacacia flower extract
Technical specifications of Skin'Calm
Mechanism of Action
Soothes the skin
Reduces the feeling of discomfort and soothes sensitive skin
Anti-imperfection properties that improve skin texture