MONOÏ DE TAHITI (TIARÉ FLOWER OIL)
MACERATED CARRIER OIL
NATURAL BODY OIL, REHYDRATING, SMOOTHING FOR DRY OR DAMAGED SKINS AND BODY, HAIR CONDITIONNING.
solid white below 23 CELSIUS, liquid at temperature over 25 Celsius
TRADE NAME Monoï de Tahiti® (A.O.)
INCI name: Coconut (Cocos nucifera) oil (and) Tiare (Gardenia tahitensis) flower
CAS number: 683748-01-8 and 8001-31-8
SP ( Sun Protection Factor): 8.10
EXTRACTION METHOD: solar maceration (infusion) of Tiaré flowers (from closed buds) in extra virgin coconut oil.
PARTS USED: Gardenia flower petals and coconut Pulp
ORIGIN: French Polynesia
COMMON NAMES: Monoï de Tahiti, Tahitian gardenia oil, Tiaré flower oil, “Monoï des mama”
APPEARANCE: Rich, buttery off-white when solid; pale yellow when in liquid form
ODOUR NOTE: very fragrant, characteristic warm and sweet Tiaré gardenia aroma with coconut undertones.
QUALITY: 100 % pure and natural extra virgin carrier oil.
STORAGE CONDITION: Store in a cool dark place
COMPOSITION: 20% Gardenia taitensis (Tiaré) flower buds’ petals in 80% Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil
In the family of coconut oils, we bring you Monoï, the French Polynesian mother of all oils, one of our favorite natural perfumed body oils. Warm and sweetly scented, Monoï is a traditional body care oil, symbol of Tahiti. Its name means perfumed oil or sacred oil. Tiaré Monoi use the Tahitian gardenia (Tiaré) flower, national emblem of Polynesia, to infuse virgin coconut oil. The result is a 100% natural sensual and soothing body oil, evocative of tropical holidays, which will leave your skin rehydrated and your body heavenly perfumed.
Administrative and legal position
Monoï de Tahiti® (A.O.) is protected by an Appellation d’Origine (Appellation of Origin– Guarantee of Origin) – from the French Government, awarded to a product made in accordance with decree n°350/CM of April 7/1988, and 294/CM of March 12/1991, and 92-340 of April 1/1992, in application of the amended Act of August 1(Decree n°92-340 of April 1/1992, and published in the French Republic Official Gazette on April 2/1992).