Natural springs collected from Mountains and Volcanoes


Rich in minerals, trace elements and history

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  • Odycea

A range of waters from specific geographical locations are available, rich in minerals, trace elements and history. These include:

Bubbling Thermal Water – from the spa town La Bourboule in the volcanic region of Auvergne. The water is steeped in legend, and is rich in minerals as it naturally emerges, after a lengthy filtration period through the volcanic rocks in the heart of the thermal resort. The water reputedly has anti-inflammatory properties and many other skin benefits.

Glacier Thermal Water - precious spring water from mountain glaciers to counter pollution and aging. The therapeutic virtues of naturally filtered alp spring water, rich in sulphur and other mineral, are at the origin of the creation of many spas in the region:

Plankton Thermal Water - The exceptional water of life from the Pyrenees mountains has been popular for centuries with royalty and the elite such as King Louis XV and Napoléon III, for its health benefits. It is also a unique and original water thanks to its composition in silica and baregine produced by thermal plankton. Clinical testing demonstrates a number of skin benefits including hydration, soothing, repair of skin barrier and ant-wrinkle action.

Grade Description INCI name Also contains
Bubbling Thermal Water Aqua- Mineral Salts Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate
Glacier Thermal Water


Aqua Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate
Plankton Thermal Water Plankton Extract Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate