In 1853, during the Crimean War in Sevastopol in Ukraine, the Russians against the Ottoman Empire (French and English) the soldiers were treated for their burns, itching skin, hair, wounds ... by a recipe relieving pain called miraculous.
Over time, this recipe will be entrusted to Jean Raillon. He decided in 1958 to market products based on essential oils and to name his company Jean Raillon. The products are passed on from generation to generation and are called the Balm of Sebastopol in reference to the capture of Sebastopol during the Crimean War. The product against eczema was used to cure Charlie Chaplin and the product against joints was used to cure John Kennedy's rheumatism.