Pelargonium Extract,Geranium Extract
NAMEPelargonium Extract,Geranium Extract  
Category:Ratio Extract

Product name: Pelargonium Extract,Geranium Extract

Latin name: Pelargonium hortorum Bailey 

Part Used:Seed


Appearance: Yellow Brown

Test Method:TLC

Description: Geranium (scientific name: Pelargonium hortorum), genus GERANIACEAE, Geranium native of southern africa.

Pelargonium Extract Function: Analgesic, antibacterial, stretch scar, enhance cell defense ability, deodorant, hemostasis, supplement body.

Pelargonium Extract Application: the main function of geranium is to adjust skin, the active ingredients in geranium extract and natural organic fat has a strong affinity, Geranium often combined with organic fat made of creamy products. At present, the Swiss legend's magic care production line is already in use. Geranium applies to all skin, has deep purification and convergence effect, balance sebum secretion. Microvascular breaks, scars, striae of pregnancy can rapidly produce new cells. Geranium essential oil can promote the development of the chest and enhance the breast, prevent breast hyperplasia. Add to the facial skin care products can effectively improve acne. Most of the effective components of Geranium can still be absorbed by the skin and play the role of skin conditioning, so it is widely used in perfume, soap, cosmetics essence and food essence.

Storage: Store in sealed containers at cool & dry place. Protect from light, moisture and pest infestation

Shelf life: 2 year when properly stored.


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