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Eco Farm
Eco Farm

Welcome to our futuristic Eco-Farm

We are the first beauty brand to use vertical farming to benefit the skin, revealing nature's infinite potential while minimising environmental impact. The Ulé vertical farm, developed in partnership with B-corp certified Tower Farm, is recognised for its avant-garde farming concept in terms of efficiency, safety and sustainability.


Why did we choose vertical farming ?

QUALITY19 parameters are monitored to continuously improve the quality of the molecules and nutrients.
FRESHNESSWe grow fresh, exotic plants locally.
100% PUREOur cultivation is without soil and pesticide-free.
TRACEABLEWe have a full traceability of our ingredients.
SUSTAINABLE 95% of the water is recycled. We use energy-efficient LEDs.
SHORT CHANNELOnly 350km are covered from seed to bottle.
ENGAGEDOur Eco-farm is B-corp certified.


At the heart of our formulas, the Pure 3otany™ Blend is our revolutionnary extract that helps skin to slow down signs of ageing and find its healthy-looking state for good. This unique complex is composed of 3 plants, long praised for their benefits and efficacy on skin : Coleus for protection, Centella for regeneration and Tulsi for destress. These botanicals activate 3 vital skin functions and help skin to regain its natural abilities.



Vertical agriculture consists of growing food products in vertical structures in order to produce more in less space, to meet a need for proximity (short supply chains) in a context of densification of urban areas. It covers several soilless cultivation techniques, in a closed environment enabling to free oneself from meteorological constraints:

- Aeroponics, where the roots are in the open air and the nutrient solution is regularly sprayed on them

- Hydroponics, where the roots are immersed in the nutrient solution

- Aquaponics, where the roots are dipped in water enriched by the excrement of fish raised on the farm

This is not to replace traditional agriculture, which also has its strengths and weaknesses, but to complement it. In particular, in the case of the cosmetics sector, a more consistent supply of vertical farms would reduce the amount of land dedicated to the production of cosmetic products, thus allowing agricultural land to be freed up for food crops or ecosystems such as forests.

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