Ytsara journey began 100 years ago as a young French explorer and free spirit named Albert decided to undertake a great travel across Asia. Nature lover by day, dreamer by night, he hoped to unlock the legendary healing powers of Asian cultures he held so dear.

Back in France, Albert shared with his family his stories and anecdotes of the pristine natural environments he had explored. He then noticed the sparkle of curiosity in his young great niece’s eyes, Florence. She was so enthusiastic and audacious that Albert decided to gift her all of the precious notes that he had taken.

“When you are old enough, promise to go explore, study, understand, unlock the secrets of the local knowledge, be grateful for the locals who guide your journey and give them something back. “

Albert was passionate about botanicals and healing traditions. During his journey, he started writing the Book of Elixirs, a collection of beautifying recipes from the shallow ocean shores to the deep forests of the East.

In 1998, Florence, guided by the Book of Elixirs, travelled from the Himalayas to the Pacific rim following the footsteps of her great gran uncle. She encountered women with youthful faces and discovered they were using the same beautifying plants described in her great Uncle’s book.

Inspired by the Book of Elixirs and its secrets from the East, Ytsara worked with French scientists to formulate the healing potential of ancient botanicals. A century after Albert began his journey and many years of discovery led to the creation of Ytsara beauty rituals.

Ytsara journey began 100 years ago as a young French explorer and free spirit named Albert decided to undertake a great travel across Asia. Nature lover by day, dreamer by night, he hoped to unlock the legendary healing powers of Asian cultures he held so dear.

Albert was passionate about botanicals and healing traditions. During his journey, he started writing the Book of Elixirs, a collection of beautifying recipes from the shallow ocean shores to the deep forests of the East.

Back in France, Albert shared with his family his stories and anecdotes of the pristine natural environments he had explored. He then noticed the sparkle of curiosity in his young great niece’s eyes, Florence. She was so enthusiastic and audacious that Albert decided to gift her all of the precious notes that he had taken.

“When you are old enough, promise to go explore, study, understand, unlock the secrets of the local knowledge, be grateful for the locals who guide your journey and give them something back. “

In 1998, Florence, guided by the Book of Elixirs, travelled from the Himalayas to the Pacific rim following the footsteps of her great gran uncle. She encountered women with youthful faces and discovered they were using the same beautifying plants described in her great Uncle’s book.

Inspired by the Book of Elixirs and its secrets from the East, Ytsara worked with French scientists to formulate the healing potential of ancient botanicals. A century after Albert began his journey and many years of discovery led to the creation of Ytsara beauty rituals.