Centella Asiatica can help improve skin tone and supports the natural synthesis of collagen.
How to use it
Add up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream.
This extract contains a mixture of actives with varied solubilities, so adding to a cream will help with any feelings of graininess. Store in a cool, dark location.
Bonte, F.; Dumas, M.; Chaudagne, C.; Meybeck, A. (1995) Asiaticoside and madecassoside comparative activities on human fibroblast type I and III collagen secretion. Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises, 53: 38-42.
Tenni, R.; Zanaboni, G.; De Agostini, M. P.; Rossi, A.; Bendotti, C.; Cetta, G. (1988) Effect of the triterpenoid fraction of Centella asiatica on macromolecules of the connective matrix in human skin fibroblast cultures. Italian Journal of Biochemistry (1988), 37(2), 69-77.
Cesarone M R; Laurora G; De Sanctis M T; Incandela L; Grimaldi R; Marelli C; Belcaro G (1994) The microcirculatory activity of Centella asiatica in venous insufficiency. A double-blind study. Minerva angiologica, 42:299-304.
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.
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