Cosmetic Grade Gotu Kola Centella Asiatica Extract Powder 80 Mesh
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|Minimum Order Quantity :||1kg||Price :||$24/kg~$100/kg|
|Packaging Details :||1kg: Sealed aluminum foil bags/25kg Paper Drum||Delivery Time :||3 Days|
|Payment Terms :||L/C, Western Union, MoneyGram, T/T||Supply Ability :||10Ton/Month|
|Place of Origin:||China||Brand Name:||HongdaPharma|
|Product Name:||Centella Asiatica Extract||Appearance:||Powder|
|Color:||Brown Yellow To White||Shelf Life:||2 Year|
|Particle Size:||80 Mesh||Grade Standard:||Cosmetic Grade|
|Latin Name:||Centella Asiatica (L.) Urban|
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Certificate Of Analysis
|Product Name||Centella Asiatica Extract|
|Latin Name||Centella Asiatica (L.) Urban|
|Type of extraction||Water|
|Appearance||Brown Yellow to White Powder|
|Sieve Analysis||100% pass 80 mesh|
|Moisture Content||NMT 5.0%|
|Arsenic (As)||NMT 2ppm|
|Lead (Pb)||NMT 2ppm|
|Heavy Metals||20ppm max|
|Total Plate Count||10,000cfu/gMax|
|Salmonella||Negative in 25 g|
|Yeast & Mold||1000cfu/gMax|
|Staphylococcus Aureus||Negative in 25 g|
What is Centella asiatica?
Centella Asiatica, a plant extract also known as Cica, has been used for nearly 3,000 years in wound healing. Tiger is said to rub wounds on Asian plants to help them heal, another well-known nickname for it is tiger grass. Now, skincare brands are adding the ingredient to moisturizers, serums, and more to restore skin damaged by redness and sensitivity.
What is the use of Centella Asiatica?
Centella Asiatica is rich in amino acids, beta-carotene, fatty acids, and phytochemicals. For those consumers with acne, rosacea, and even severe dryness, Centella Asiatica can be used to soothe the skin, and even the most sensitive skin tolerates this ingredient well. Centella Asiatica is rich in anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties, and it has been shown to fight free radicals, regulate collagen synthesis and prevent future damage from environmental stress. It has also been shown to help stimulate the production of collagen, an essential protein in tissues throughout the body that maintains skin elasticity.
Benefits of products containing Centella Asiatica:
Treating Eczema: Centella Asiatica cream has been used in Asian skincare for a long time, and some scientific studies have also shown that it may help with a variety of skin problems, including eczema and psoriasis. A 2017 study found that skin creams with Centella Asiatica on the surface may help treat eczema. Because of its anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties, it may be a beneficial addition for those dealing with psoriasis or eczema.
Relieves dryness and irritation: Centella asiatica's anti-inflammatory properties may help moisturizers work better by supporting the skin's barrier function. A small 2017 study by a skincare company found that their products, which contain moisturizing ingredients hyaluronic acid and glycerin, as well as Centella Asiatica extract, improved skin hydration.
Anti-aging: A 2008 study of 20 women with chronic sun-damaged skin found that two-thirds were 6 months after using a cream with antioxidants, vitamin C, and Centella Asiatica extract, its hydration, elasticity, and wrinkle appearance are improved. Another 2008 study of asiaticoside, another Centella Asiatica extract, found that two-thirds of people who used the cream daily for 12 weeks saw an improvement in wrinkles around the eyes.
Treats acne: A 2018 test-tube (in vitro) study showed that asiaticoside can improve hydration in human skin cells and reduce acne-related inflammation.
Promotes wound healing: Centella Asiatica contains triterpenoids, which research suggests may increase collagen synthesis. Several research institutes have found that Centella Asiatica improves the skin's wound-healing process from minor burns and cuts. A small 2018 study in people found that it reduced hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin) on skin graft scars.
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