White peach

Part of the plant: Fruit

Origin: Southern France


Effective for retaining and supplying water to the outer layers of the epidermis, white peach helps to restore the skin’s natural hydration.
As rich in vitamins B, C and E as it is in antioxidants, this summer fruit offers soothing, revitalising and toning virtues.


Introduced into Europe by the ancient Greeks, then cultivated by the Romans, white peach was originally a wild fruit.
Renowned for its velvety skin, gentle and sweet flavours, peaches were greatly appreciated by Louis XIV: there were no fewer than 33 different varieties in his fruit garden at Versailles.

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