Fights visible signs of fatigue, promotes the elimination of toxins and jump-starts cellular activity.
This native plant of Asia has been used for centuries as the basis for beauty rituals on multiple continents. The ultra-resistant silk tree has the unique power to be able to live in many different environments and to regenerate very easily and very quickly. This particular strength and its ability to live even in hostile environments are what drew researchers to this extra-special tree. The silk tree also has the singular ability to naturally rid itself of accumulated toxins and to adapt by quickly rebooting all its cellular mechanisms. Silk tree is still used regularly, especially to combat fatigue, because its bark helps visibly fight the signs of fatigue and stimulate the skin's cellular activity.