Where does it come from?
A beautiful tropical creeper from South America, its shape and colors make wild passionflower a spectacular sight. It produces a yellow/green fruit that is edible but not widely marketed (not to be confused with passion fruit). Although passionflower prefers the warm and humid climates of its native tropical forest habitat, it has now colonized many southern regions of Asia and Europe.
Its traditional properties
The Aztecs used it for its sedative properties. In phytotherapy, we now know that it helps to soothe tension and promote restorative sleep.
Laboratoire NUXE uses a Passionflower extract particularly rich in active molecules with a recognized action on free radicals. Our R&D laboratory has proven and patented* the ability of Passionflower, alone or in combination with Anchusa and Poppy, to help skin cells regain the necessary energy** to function properly.
An environmentally-friendly active ingredient
NUXE has selected a Passionflower extract obtained from organically farmed flowers, guaranteed non-GMO and cultivated without pesticide, herbicides or chemical fertilizer.
Passionflower extract is found in all skincare products in the Nuxellence® range.
*(FR) ** In vitro test.