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Licorice Root Extract

$10.99
Skin Concern:
Age Spots, Uneven Skin Tone
Skin Type:
All skin types
Size:
1.2g

Application of Licorice Root Extract can help eliminate the formation of dark spots and uneven skin tone. Pre-measured to take the guess work out of your DIY Skin Care, mix up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.  For beginners and advanced DIY Skin Care mixers, this ingredient can be used in skin and lip care products.  Look for Licorice Root Extract powder in some of our most popular products including: Clarifying Cream, Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizer and Lip Collagen Treatment.

Application of Licorice Root Extract can help eliminate the formation of dark spots and uneven skin tone. Pre-measured to take the guess work out of your DIY Skin Care, mix up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.  For beginners and advanced DIY Skin Care mixers, this ingredient can be used in skin and lip care products.  Look for Licorice Root Extract powder in some of our most popular products including: Clarifying Cream, Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizer and Lip Collagen Treatment.

How to use it

Beginner: Add up to 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.

Advanced: This ingredient is recommended for use at up to 1% in formulations. This extract easily dissolves in water, but it can thin creams or other porducts that are incompatible with electrolytes. For best results, first dissolve the powder in our Sea Kelp Coral before adding to a cream at room temperature. This ingredient can also be used to add a slightly sweet taste to lip products.

Quick Tips

Store in a cool, dark place for best results.

Product Life

12 Months

Research

Finney, R. S. H.; Somers, G. F.; Wilkinson, J. H.(1958) Pharmacological properties of glycyrrhetinic acid-a new anti- inflammatory drug. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 10: 687-95.

Fiore Cristina; Eisenhut Michael; Ragazzi Eugenio; Zanchin Giorgio; Armanini Decio (2005) A history of the therapeutic use of liquorice in Europe. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 99(3): 317-24.

Kawaguchi, Yoshiteru; Goh, Kikyo; Kawa, Youko; Kashima, Masato; Mizoguchi, Masako (1992) The inhibitory effects of licorice extract (flavonoids) on melanogenesis. II. In vivo studies. Nippon Hifuka Gakkai Zasshi, 102(6): 689-94.

Kim, Hyung Keun; Park, Yoonkyung; Kim, Hee Nam; Choi, Bo Hwa; Jeong, Hye Gwang; Lee, Dong Gun; Hahm, Kyung-Soo (2002) Antimicrobial mechanism of ?-glycyrrhetinic acid isolated from licorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra. Biotechnology Letters, 24(22):1899-1902.

Nerya, Ohad; Vaya, Jacob; Musa, Ramadan; Izrael, Sarit; Ben-Arie, Ruth; Tamir, Snait. (2003) Glabrene and Isoliquiritigenin as Tyrosinase Inhibitors from Licorice Roots. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 51(5): 1201-1207.

Saeedi, M.; Morteza-Semnani, K.; Ghoreishi, M.-R (2003) The treatment of atopic dermatitis with licorice gel. Journal of Dermatological Treatment,14(3): 153-157.

Yokota T; Nishio H; Kubota Y; Mizoguchi M (1998) The inhibitory effect of glabridin from licorice extracts on melanogenesis and inflammation. Pigment Cell Research, 11(6), 355-61.

DISCLAIMERS
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.

Claims on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.