050-000-339 Centella Asiatica Extract

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Synonyms Asiaticoside, asiaticosid, centelase
Source Umbelliferae
Keywords Skin aging, collagen production
Related products  Biotin, Stearyl Glycyrrhetinate, Glabridin


Centella Asiatica Extract Specifications

Product Name Centella Asiatica Extract (mainly asiaticoside)
Molecular Formula C48H78O19
Molecular Weight 959.1 g/mol
Purity 70 % asiaticoside
Appearance White powder
Package 1kg-25kg
Shelf life 2 years
Functions promote skin collagen production, improve skin elasticity, delay skin aging; repair after sun exposure after ultraviolet radiation

Centella Asiatica Extract Description

Centella Asiatica Extract contains a variety of triterpene components, the main active ingredients of which are Asiatic Acid and Asiaticoside, which belong to triterpenoid saponin compounds, all derived from Centella asiatica. Centella Asiatica Extract can be used in various cosmetics and shampoos.

Centella asiatica extract is a rich source of natural bioactive substances, triterpenoid saponins, flavonoids, phenolic acids, triterpenic steroids, amino acids, and sugars.

Centella Asiatica Extract

Centella Asiatica Extract Applications

  • Used in cosmetics and shampoos.


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  2. Brinkhaus, M. Lindner, D. Schuppan, E.G. Hahn Chemical, pharmacological and clinical profile of the East Asian medical plant Centella asiatica. Phytomedicine, 7 (2000), pp. 427-448
  3. -J. Liu, Z.-X. Liu, W.-Z. Ju, Z.-Y. Chen, N.-N. Xiang, H.-S. Tan.Determination of asiaticoside in rat plasma by LC–MS–MS and its application to pharmacokinetics studies. Chromatographia, 72 (2010), pp. 821-825