One could say that the world we know today would not have existed without cereals. For human beings, ancient and modern, wheat, corn, barley, rice and oats represent foods of vital importance so much so that many peoples would not have survived without these fundamental foods. These small, not so promising looking seeds are actually a great source of energy and therefore the very foundations of civilization. Consider that the cultivation of cereals played a fundamental role in the agricultural revolution which saw the transformation of men from hunter-gatherers to farmers. In Ancient Egypt, cereals were a symbol of wealth, they determined social status and as a sign of gratitude they were painted on the tombs of the pharaohs. Ingredients: Oat extract A great ally for delicate skin, oat extract: calms skin irritations, soothes redness and simultaneously helps relieve itching; moisturizing, it forms a thin film on the surface of the skin, regulating hydration. Coconut oil Rich in potassium, zinc, iron, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, vitamins of group B, C, E, K, coconut oil: deeply nourishes, helping the skin to maintain its elasticity; soothing, calms redness and skin irritations; prevents skin dehydration. Castor oil A natural remedy, used since the times of the ancient Egyptians, castor oil is obtained from the cold pressing of castor seeds: moisturizing and emollient, distributed on the skin it forms a barrier that prevents excessive evaporation of skin water ; thanks to its high content of ricinoleic acid, proteins, minerals and vitamin E, it deeply nourishes the skin. Moisturizing ingredients: Sorbitol and vegetable glycerin Ingredients of natural origin, included in the formulation for their marked moisturizing properties. Sorbitol occurs naturally in many berries and fruits such as apples, pears, cherries and plums, while glycerin is extracted through the saponification process of vegetable oils. Apart from its moisturizing power, glycerin is also capable of increasing the solubility of the active ingredients of products and facilitating their absorption.