Senna Leaf Extract

We offer Senna Leaf Extract powder with a default extraction ratio of 10:1, MOQ 1KG. Customization is available. Order now!

Product Description

Senna Leaf (Cassia angustifolia), also known as C. senna, is a small shrub belonging to the legume family Cassia. Its leaves and seeds are commonly used in cosmetics. The properties of C. auriculata, another plant from the same family and genus, are similar, and their leaf extracts are also utilized in cosmetics. Senna Leaf Extract contains anthraquinone compounds, particularly sennoside and its derivatives, which are the characteristic components of this extract. It also contains rhein, chrysophanol, and its glucoside, as well as trace amounts of aloe-emodin or emodin glucoside. Other components found in Senna Leaf Extract include phytosterols like β-sitosterol and stigmasterol, flavonoids such as kaempferol-3-rutinoside, and triterpenoid saponins like α-aromatic resin alcohol. The other two types of senna also utilize sennoside as their main component.

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Product Details

Product NameSenna Leaf Extract; Senna Extract
SourceCassia Angustifolia
AppearanceBrown Powder
Grade StandardCosmetic Grade
Specification10:1, or Customized;
StorageKeep sealed and store in a cool, dry place. Avoid moisture after use.
COA & MSDSAvailable For Your Reference
Shipping DetailsCustomized, FOB, CIF, D2D
Additional ServiceSupply, ODM/OEM, Wholesale

Senna Leaf Extract offers a range of physiological activities, particularly demonstrating notable inhibition of tyrosinase activity. When combined with its potent antioxidant capacity, it becomes an effective adjunct for skin whitening formulations. Additionally, Senna Leaf Extract can be utilized as an anti-inflammatory agent, providing soothing effects to the skin. Its moisturizing properties contribute to skin hydration, while its anti-aging potential aids in maintaining youthful skin.

It is commonly used in skincare and hair care products and can also be used as a skin conditioning agent in skincare formulations.