Lake Garda and PDO Olive Oil
The Lake Garda and the Garda Extra Virgin Olive Oil PDO
Mentioned by Virgilius in his “Eneide”, other than Catullus’ favourite residence, Benacus, the modern Lake Garda, is known from centuries for its lovely climate and the rare beauty of its landscape.
Water and soil make possible the cultivation of olive trees (among others) at otherwise prohibitive latitudes.
Probably the Romans introduced the cultivation of olive trees, exploiting mainly the flat zones and the morainic slopes near the lake.
During the centuries the Garda Oil became part of the local agricultural tradition and has fully developed into “Olio Garda Dop”.
An absolute excellency product, protected by the “Protected Designation of Origin”, available only in limited quantities, as it has to observe high standards of quality imposed by the production registry.
The “Consorzio di Tutela del Garda Dop” grants the respect of the regulations.
Oil & EDYLLIUM Cosmetics
The Garda Extra Virgin Olive Oil PDO: cometic properties
The cosmetic line Edyllium pays homage to the Garda extra virgin olive oil PDO, using it pure, without any chemical modifications, in order to preserve all its natural cosmetic properties.
The Garda extra virgin oil PDO has a fats’ structure which make it similar to the human skin’s sebum, it’s rich of vitamin E, polyphenols and carotenoids. These substances are characterized by a natural antioxidant and anti-aging function, which contrast the harmful actions of free radicals.
All products of the cosmetic line Edyllium contain the Garda extra virgin olive oil PDO, utilizing it in synergy with other natural active principles, so to use their properties at best.
Edyllium is a synonymous of comfort and efficiency, also in the case of dry or
The fragrances and the colours are inspired to Lake Garda’s nature,
for a complete and satisfying aromatic and chromatic sensory experience.