Ginseng Extract's research on skin whitening effect
Ginseng Extract contains ginsenosides, essential oils, ginseng acid, vitamins, etc. It has the effect of promoting skin metabolism and delaying aging. The mechanism of action is to inhibit melanin cells from producing melanin and reduce melanin particles.
Using experimental animal rats with vitamin C as the reference substance, the smeared part was used to make tablets to observe the inhibition rate of tyrosinase. The study showed that the observation part smeared with ginsenoside has the effect of inhibiting tyrosinase, further verifying that ginsenoside has whitening effect effect.
Research on the anti-wrinkle effect of Ginseng Extract on the skin
The mechanism by which ginseng can delay skin aging and maintain skin elasticity is that total ginsenosides can scavenge oxygen free radicals that damage cells and to a certain extent can act as antioxidants, thereby inhibiting cell apoptosis. Ultraviolet radiation can cause cell apoptosis in the body. The causes of cell apoptosis include programmed death, gene mutation, and immunosuppression. Ginseng Extract plays an important role in protecting skin cells against ultraviolet radiation and inhibiting malignant transformation.
Ginseng Extract's research on the effect of hair care and hair care
Hair growth requires many trace elements and vitamins. Lack of these substances can lead to dry and split ends. Ginseng Extract contains a variety of vitamins and trace elements such as zinc, iron and copper. Add ginseng extract to the shampoo to make trace elements and vitamins. Effectively penetrate into the hair roots, and then nourish the scalp and hair strands, and promote hair growth.
Ginseng Extract ginseng polysaccharide helps organisms effectively resist radiation damage caused by radiation. Adding ginseng polysaccharide to shampoo can reduce the scalp being stimulated by ultraviolet rays in the scorching sun in daily life, thereby preventing hair loss and other hair problems caused by the scorching sun.
Ginseng Extract can also scavenge excessive free radicals and has an antioxidant effect. Combined with its effect of promoting the synthesis of type I collagen, it can achieve a better anti-aging effect. In addition, studies have found that in the UVB-induced photoaging model of fibroblasts, ginseng extract can simultaneously regulate MAPKs and NF-kB signaling pathways, inhibit the abnormal secretion of MMP-1 and MMP-13, and achieve anti-photoaging effects.