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Ampelopsis japonica is a plant of the grape family Snake grape genus, and its cosmetics use its dried root extract.
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The root of Ampelopsis japonica contains amplopsin, emodin methyl ether, chrysophanol, emodin, fumaric acid, gallic acid and other components. Amplopsin is a characteristic component of mitochondria and has several derivatives, all of which are polyphenolic compounds.
Extraction processing method
Ampelopsis japonica can be extracted with water, alcohol, etc. as solvents according to conventional methods, and finally concentrated to dryness. Ampelopsis japonica contains very complex ingredients, and different extraction methods have a great impact on its performance.
Ampelopsis japonica extract has antibacterial properties, and the MIC value of its n-butanol extract against some common bacteria is 2.5mg/ml.
- Inhibition of melanin;
- Inhibition of 5α-reductase activity;
- Inhibition of the activity of sodium hyaluronate;
Application in cosmetics&skin care products
The inhibitory effect of Ampelopsis japonica extract on 5α-reductase shows that it has a preventive effect on hair loss caused by strong male hormones, and can also promote hair growth in hair growth products; the extract can still be used as a moisturizer and antibacterial agent And skin whitening additives.
Ampelopsis Japonica Extract
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