Active phytocomplex made with peppermint, thyme, lemon, sweet fennel, benzoin, ivy, centella and burdock.

Menta Plus is the phytocosmetic with a refreshing, relaxing and anti-fatigue action. Essential oil of peppermint boasts numerous properties including antiseptic, sedative and stimulating properties. It is used to calm itching, relieve irritation and inflammation. In particular, the menthol of which it is made is effective in the treatment of respiratory congestion, headaches and muscle pains, it also gives a feeling of freshness to weighted legs. Even extracts from centella, with anti-inflammatory and draining properties, and burdock, antioxidant and detoxifying, promote venous circulation, giving relief to tired legs and fighting cellulite.
The formula is further enriched by the essential oils of thyme and lemon, with antiseptic, refreshing and tonic properties; fennel essential oil, with its antioxidant and antimicrobial activity, and benzoin, with its barrier and anti-inflammatory action.

Peppermint: gives clarity and lucidity. It is useful in case of tiredness, mental exhaustion, fatigue, memory loss and for its antifungal activity.
Fenne: It helpsin cases of psychological stress, relieving the sense of mental fatigue.
Thyme: strongantimicrobial activity, recommended for the treatment of respiratory, gastrointestinal, urinary and genital infections. As respiratory tonic, antiseptic and expectorant, thyme can be used for any cold condition involving weakness, congestion and / or infection of the lungs.It relieves rheumatic pains, arthritis and sports injuries. It is considered a nervous tonic and a mental stimulant, useful in cases of nervous depression and mental fatigue. It is recommended for headaches and stress-related ailments.
Lemon: antiseptic, astringent and detoxifying properties, improves lymphatic circulation and exerts an anti-cellulite action. It is also effective in controlling nausea and vomiting and its stimulating properties promote concentration and improve mood.
Benzoin: excellent disinfectant, with expectorant properties, it is useful in case of bronchial infections, including colds, flu, congestion and cough. Its smell lifts the mood and stimulates the nervous system. It is used as a relaxant to relieve tension, stress, anxiety and nervousness. Excellent diuretic remedy to improve circulation and counteract water retention.



Phytocosmetic preparation with a refreshing, relaxing and anti-fatigue action.

How to use
Topical treatment: localized skin application.
Plantar application: on the sole of the foot for greater absorption of essential oils.
Hot or cold poultice: localized application covered with gauze soaked in hot or cold water.

– Do not use on children under 3 years of age;
– Avoid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Other uses
Hot aromatherapy:in an essence burner in oily dilution;
Cold aromatherapy:application of the ointment on a paper or cloth support to be kept near the nose and mouth.

After application, amplify the action of the treatment with Power plus or Power plus Mini, natural cherry stone pillows, for a hot or cold thermal action.

For more details on indications and interactions with other phytocosmetics and methods of use, click on the button below.

Helianthus annuus seed oil, ricinus communis seed oil, hydrogenated castor oil, mentha piperita oil, arctium lappa root extract, centella asiatica extract, citrus limon peel extract, hedera helix leaf extract, thymus zygis oil, foeniculum vulgare dulce fruit oil, styrax benzoin resin extract, citrus limon fruit oil, citral, benzyl cinnamate, benzyl benzoate, isoeugenol, limonene, linalool, tocopherol.

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