Ginseng Root Extract Powder
Ginseng is a root found in Asia and parts of North America. Some people think this light-colored root’s lumpy shape resembles a tiny human. ginseng is typically harvested after growing for six years.
Ginseng by no means is a new ingredient and a superfood. It’s classified as such because it’s a “food that contains high levels of much-needed vitamins and minerals and can be a source of antioxidants, which help prevent and repair cellular damage in the body
The herb is known for increasing circulation and strengthening the body’s immune system, and it’s often featured in meals, drinks, and herbal remedies.
Skin Benefits of Ginseng Root Extract Powder:
Promotes elasticity and collagen production: ginseng can help boost the circulation of your skin’s smallest blood vessels, in turn ramping up the synthesis of collagen.
Rich in Antioxidants that protect your skin from free radicals and other environmental aggressors that could trigger the formation of fine lines, wrinkles, signs of aging and even skin cancer.
Aging and wrinkles: Wrinkles are often one of the first noticeable signs of aging. There’s some research to suggest using products with ginseng may help slow the process.
reducing puffiness and inflammation
lightening or brightening skin
Hyperpigmentation is no match for ginseng either, as it helps inhibit melanin production
CAS NUM: 114902-16-8
INCI Name : Panax Ginseng Extract
Extraction Type: solvent extraction
Part Used: Root
Appearance: Light Yellow Powder
Active ingredient: Ginsenoside≥80%
Recommended Usage: 1-10%
Applications: Skin Care, and Cosmetics
Country of Origin: Asia
Packaging: Our Powders/seeds are packaged in airtight Ziplock Bags to avoid spillage.
Recommended Storage: This Seeds or Powder should be stored in cool temperatures away from direct sunlight and moisture in an airtight container. This Powder has a shelf life of 2 Years when stored properly. Expires November 2024
DISCLAIMER: All SOPHIX NATURAL PRODUCTS are for external use only unless otherwise STATED. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.