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|Product Name:||Centella Asiatica Extract;Gotu Kola Extract;||Main Effect:||Asiaticosides|
|Part Used:||Whole Herb||Test Method:||HPLC|
|Appearance:||Light Yellow Powder||CAS:||84696-21-9,16830-15-2|
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1. The medicinal value of Centella Asiatica:
Centella asiatica is a kind of Chinese herbal medicine, and some places are also called peperomia, ground grass, or even grass, which usually grow on wet grassland.
Although this herb is trending in skin care, it’s actually been used for centuries and has a long list of healing benefits.
Centella asiatica, cica, Brahmi, Indian pennywort, gotu kola, tiger grass—this antioxidant-rich, medicinal herb goes by many names and has long been used to treat illnesses and heal wounds. (Legend has it that after being injured, tigers would roll in the plants in order to heal themselves—that’s where the name “tiger grass” comes from.) And it’s still being used today, as a skin saver. “High concentrations of amino acids, beta-carotene, and fatty acids are what make the herb so beneficial,” says Mona Gohara, MD, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine.
|Product Name||Centella Asiatica Extract;Gotu Kola Extract;|
|Specification||Total glycosides 80%|
|Appearance||Light Yellow Powder|
|Source||The whole plant of Centella asiatica, Centella asiatica, is a triterpenoid saponin prepared by extraction.|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and pyridine|
Centella Asiaticoside, the main component of Centella Asiatica, promotes the viability of scar fibroblasts, so it has the effect of
removing scars, polymerizes well with phospholipids, and has a clear effect on removing acne.
|3. Asiatic acid||464-92-6|
|4. Madecassic acid||18449-41-7|
3.Efficacy of Centella Asiatica Extract:
Centella Asiatica extract is known as the "golden oil" in the beauty industry and is also known as the gospel
of "sensitive skin".
"The anti-inflammatory properties increase hydration and help soothe and repair dry, red, irritated skin," explains Shari Marchbein, MD, a dermatologist in New York City. That's why it's recommended for treating various skin conditions, especially those with symptoms such as redness and roughness (think psoriasis and eczema). Chiara Butler, a chemist at Function of Beauty—the brand's new manufacturers skin-care line utilizes the ingredient in some of its products—says two skin-beneficial compounds in the plant's chemical makeup are madecassoside and asiaticoside, both known for their soothing properties. "Cica also boosts circulation and has been shown to increase collagen production, improving skin firmness and elasticity," points out Dr. Marchbein.
4.Flow Chart of Centella Asiatica Extract Asiaticosides:
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