Long known for their anti-asthenic properties, carrots are traditionally recommended for sick children and convalescents. They also act on irritations of the digestive tract. Carrot seeds are one of the main diuretics used in ancient medicine.
The oil is extracted from the seeds and has fortifying and restorative properties. As a softening agent, it nourishes and regenerates the epidermis. The skin thus preserves its youthfulness and radiance. Rich in beta-carotene, the carrot also has a protective action on the epidermis: it helps the body to inhibit free radicals produced by UV rays.