The history of NATUKU began 214 million years ago.
The Canadian Shield then softened the impact of a meteorite in the Manicouagan region of Quebec, Canada, which left a colossal imprint on the Earth's surface.
The igneous rock, modified by this incredible force, was then naturally refined for about 8 ice ages.
The movement of the huge blocks of ice on the ground caused the erosion and deposition of sediment displaced by all this friction.
Then, 12,000 years ago, the Goldwaith Sea which was home to a unique and rich ecosystem slowly receded. Rocks broken into tiny particles were carried to the St. Lawrence River and piled up in layers of sediment for millennia.
Fine clay colloids 5 microns in diameter formed, ending the natural process that gave birth to our unique skincare line.
The mineralogical and chemical composition of the Manicouagan mud can be explained in part by the erosion and the deposition of sediments, transported by the Manicouagan and Outardes river to the Peninsula for millions of years.