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We produce  raw materials and ingredients for cosmetics and fashion . Our pruducts come from wild Raroia Plants as :

Raroia, or Raro-nuku, is an atoll of the Tuamotus chain in French Polynesia, located 740 km northeast of Tahiti  The population as of the 2012 census was 233. The town of Garumaoa is the main settlement. Raroians live principally on cultivation and pearl farming. Dream Water Tahiti and Raroia Pearl Products are here for you .

or ingredients come from the clean blue ocean around the Raroia atoll (Tuamotu isl.; French Polynesia)

THE SECRET OF TAITHIAN BEAUTY is now available worldwide.

We are supplier of the "ORIGINAL" Monoi Tiare, coconut oils and soaps.

MONOI is used since ancient time by polinesian population as beauty product. Thanks to the union of coconut oil and Tiare flowers, monoi can be used to moisturize and condition skin and hair.

Monoi selection

















Sabbia di Bora


Holoturia Tahiti powder

Sponge Tahiti powder

Cola (Cola acuminata) high Metilxantina/caffeina extract

red algae Tahitian  (Dictyota sp) extract

brown algae Tahitian  (Hypnea sp.)  extract

Raroian Tamanu oil

Alcoolic Raroian Sponge extract

Alcoolic Raroian Holoturia extract

Tainoa sp raw powder.

Raroian Sponge raw powder

Raroian Holoturia raw powder

red algae Tahitian  (Dictyota sp) raw powder

brown algae Tahitian  (Hypnea sp.)  raw powder




The cultured pearls of Tahiti, are pearl secreted inside the pearl oysters with lips black of the species: Pinctada Margaritifera variety cumingui. They are mainly cultivated in the lagoons of French Polynesia. They are established by thick pearl layers, understanding organic substances and carbonate of calcium in the form of aragonite.

They are characterized by a diversity: of forms, diameters, qualities and several nuances of natural colors, going of pale grey in black anthracite.


In French Polynésie, the commercial name: cultured pearl of Tahiti, is exclusively reserved, in cultured pearls resulting from a transplant in French Polynesia of the pearl oyster Pinctada Margaritifera, presenting a pearl continuous layer on at least 80 % of the surface of pearl, and not revealing either the nucleus, that is the location of the nucleus.



Any other goods not respondent not in these criteria, cannot have the name cultured pearl of Tahiti, and will be considered as a rubbish.  It will be the case, in particular, the pearls of calcite, organic pearls and pearls with the nucleus is visible to the naked eye


During the pearl collection, the farmer makes a first sorting, by rejecting all rubbishes, then proceeds to the operations of selection of its production, in function: of the diameter, the form, and the quality of pearls.


Pearls are classified from millimeter to millimeter between 8 and 16 mm; by calibration through sieves.

The Form

At the level of the production, there are 4 base forms:

  • Rounds and semi-rounds

  • The semi-baroque

  • Cerclées

  • The baroque

Rounds, are spherique almost perfect and the rate of variation of the diameter of which is lower than 2 %.


Semi-rounds, are sphere slightly imperfect, the rate of variation of the diameter of which is upper to 2 %, but lower than 5 %.




The semi-baroque, present at least an axis of symmetry, and are subdivided between: drop kick or drop,                                Button, Oval, Pear. ­

Cerclées: regular, perpendicular rings in an axis of symmetry, on more than a third of the surface of pearl are striate .

The baroque, present no axis of symmetry.




Becomes from the observation of the peculiarities of surface and the chandelier of pearl.

Must be considerate any visible changes to the naked eye of the pearl layer, such as: stings, stripes, deposits, wrinkles and excrescences.

The brightness is estimated according to the reflection more or less completed of the light on the surface of pearl.

One definition is on 4 basic qualities: A, B, C, D.

Quality A

Pearl of quality A is superior, not containing surface defects, or at the most any visible changes to the naked eye and located on less than 10 % of its surface.  They present quite a very good brightness.

Quality B

Pearl with a good brightness with some visible defects to the naked eye and distributed on less than third of the surface.

Quality C

Pearl that have several visible defects, distributed on more than third and less than two thirds of the surface, and presenting a good or average brightness.

Quality D

Pearls that are many very visible defects on more than two thirds of his surface.


The technical classification of the producers is on: the diameter, the form and the quality. The evaluation at the level of the trade of pearls add additional criteria such as:

  • The « appeal of the consumer »

  • The rarity of certain categories of pearls

  • The destination of these products

The “taste of the consumer“ is rather variable in terms in particular of diameter, forms and colors: according to countries and trends.

So in Japan and in the United States, we shall favor the round pearls of big diameter of color green peacock, or eggplants while in Europe the round or baroque grey pearls of lower diameter will be looked for.  The categories of the rarest pearls, as the rounds of big diameter, will be the most appreciated of course. The destination of these pearls as produced by jewelry, also influences their price. Indeed, because of the peculiarity of every pearl of Tahiti, to be difficult to couple earrings, or to match one necklace, makes them more expensive of the white pearls.


The cultured pearls of Tahiti, come in a range of products going of the collector's item to the fashion jewelry, from high jewelry to classic jewelry; they can be adapted to all creative boldness’s.  The rather important diameter of pearls, confers them a visibility, a presence that cannot supply precious stones, or other types of pearls. His most diverse forms allow to adapt themselves in all the styles. The variety of its colors, associated in grey and in black, allows him to follow all the fashion, with sobriety and elegance; and to support all the associations of color of a wardrobe.

They can also be suggestive of certain sensations and feelings.

So, pearls green peacock, will evoke more particularly a sensation of wealth and freshness: pearls eggplant: a certain nobility, pearls lavender will be more romantic, the more active bronze pearls, pale-grey warmer, while black anthracite, or grey pigeon, will give a classic and professional  look. ­