16. Lana Skeldon
18. Lisa Robertson
19. Rachael Cook
20. Louise Dalgliesh
22. Megan Gaffney
23. Sarah Smith
1. Helene Ezanno
2. Gaelle Mignot
3. Elodie Portaries
4. Sandra Rabier
5. Assa Koita
6. Koumiba Djoussouvi
7. Coumba Tombe Diallo
8. Safi N'Diaye
16. Laeititia Salles
17. Julie Duval
18. Lise Arricastre
19. Marine Denadaï
20. Laetitia Grand
21. Marjorie Mayans
22. Jessy Tremoulière
23. Yanna Rivoalen
And it was more of the same after the restart as France kept the relentless pressure on to maintain their unbeaten record.
The omens were there from the very first minutes as France had a shot at the posts, only for Sandrine Agricole's penalty to fall short.
But the visitors didn't have to wait long to get on the scoreboard as Shanon Izar made space for wing Marion Lièvre to race clear.
Scotland were livng dangerously as full-back Steph Johnston's clearance was charged down by Izar. The hosts' defence initially held firm but was finally breached again as a rolling maul saw N'Diaye touch down, Agricole converting.
And moments later the France No.8 had her second try as she bulldozed her way over, Agricole once again adding the extras.
The tries kept flowing for France as hooker and captain Gaelle Mignot was the next to go over following a powerful maul, with lock Assa Koita joining her shortly after.
And Camille Grassineau got in the act to give the visitors a comfortable 38-0 lead at half-time.
Scotland came out after the break with renewed vigour and forced France into making several penalties early on.
But they were their own worst enemy shortly afterwards as a fumble saw replacement Lise Arricastre score with full-back Christelle LeDuff converting.
LeDuff then got a try of her own to bring up the half-century for France, before the full-back was called on to convert an Izar score.
Back rower Koumiba Djoussouvi brought up France's tenth try, LeDuff converting, before replacement Jessy Tremoulière rounded things off with a score at the final whistle.