The well-known fruit is an ovoid berry, about 7 cm long, nipple-shaped at the end, smooth, bright yellow, indented over the oil-glands, having an acid, pale yellow pulp. Lemon is thought native to Central Asia, especially northern India and Iran. The trees reached Europe by way of Iran and were grown first in Greece and then in Italy in the 2nd. century. Today, lemons are cultivated in many tropic or sub-tropic countries. About 47 varieties are said to have been developed during the centuries of cultivation.
INCI name: Aqua, Glycerin, Plant Extract, Maltodextrin, Sodium Benzoat, Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate