The role of different plant extracts in skincare cosmetics
1. Seaweed extract
Seaweed extract contains alginic acid, crude protein, vitamins, enzymes, and trace elements. After these nutrients are absorbed by the skin, they can reduce blood lipids on the skin surface, improve skin hematopoietic function, promote skin metabolism, and resist wrinkles.
2. Tea extract
Tea extracts are extracted from tea and are the general term for polyphenols in tea. Tea polyphenols are water-soluble substances, which have the functions of disinfection, sterilization, anti-aging, and reducing the damage to the skin caused by sunlight exposure to ultraviolet rays.
3. Wheat Extract
The wheat extract is high in natural vitamin E, a high-quality antioxidant and emollient. Natural vitamin E can enter skin cells, directly help the skin resist free radicals, and ultraviolet rays, and prevent pigmentation.
Grape seed extract contains procyanidins, the strongest antioxidants and free radical scavengers found in nature. The antioxidant capacity of grape seed plant extract is 50 times that of vitamin E and 20 times that of vitamin C. Grape seed extract is widely used in cosmetics due to these unique chemical and physiological activities of proanthocyanidins.