|Keywords||Anti-inflammation, anti-vasoconstrictor, anti- vasoprotective|
|Related products||Hydrocortisone Hemisuccinate Sodium Salt, Hydrocortisone Acetate, Vinpocetine|
|CAS Registry Number||11072-93-8 β-Aescin
|Molecular Weight||1131.269 g/mol|
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Functions||Anti-inflammation, anti-vasoconstrictor, and vasoprotective effects|
Aescin or escin is derived from horse chestnut extracts. It can promote the synthesis of collagen, repair damaged skin, and can effectively moisturize. It is rich in flavonoids, has natural and powerful anti-aging and anti-wrinkle effects, can improve the blood circulation of some eye skins, and can also eliminate cellulite, and has some effects on dark circles and bags under the eyes.
Escin is an endothelium-protective drug that is extracted from Aesculus hippocastanum seeds.
- Pharmaceutical ingredients of eye drops and intravenous fluid
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