Product Name:Carrot Extract
Latin Name: Daucus carota L. var. sativa Hoffm
Specification Ratio: 4:1~20:1; Beta-Carotene
Part Used: root
Appearance: Orange Powder
Test Method: TLC HPLC
Appearance :Brown powder to red powder;
Advantage :Bulk stock in USA warehouse,Hot sale in USA Marketing;
Application :Use for health care product and food additive;
6.Certificate: KOSHER, HALAL, ISO,ORGANIC CERTIFICATE;
"Carrot seed oil is an essential oil, which has antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties," Ingleton explains to us. It can be extracted in plenty of ways, and carrot extract doesn't always come from the seeds, but you can think of it kind of like any other essential oil. She also notes that when carrot oil has been extracted for skincare, it's not meant for use internally. So... please don't eat it.
Carrot extract is high in essential fatty acids, and phytosterols, this is a great option for regenerative and anti-aging applications, damaged skin treatments and facial products. Carrot Seed Extract is frequently used in formulations for its moisturizing, cleansing and possess antioxidant qualities.
You only need a few drops of carrot extract to add something special to handmade soap, lotion, and bath bombs. It's moisturizing, full of vitamins A and E, and great for those with sensitive or dry skin.
Carrot extract beta carotene's extractives contain abundant amino acid, vitamin, natural wet factor, microelement and other bioactive substances, and cosmetics (lipstick, kermes, etc.) added with beta carotene present natural and full color and luster and protect skin.
Rich in Antioxidants: The beta carotene found in carrot seed oil is rich in antioxidants, which are vital in fending off skin-damaging free radicals found in everything from polluted air to the sun's rays, however, more research needs to be done to conclusively say that topical carrot seed oil has significant antioxidant activity on the skin.
Increases Cell Turnover: Beta-carotene is a precursor to vitamin A—the vitamin responsible for cell regeneration—so when it's applied topically, it steps up the skin's rate of cell turnover, bringing the younger, healthier skin cells to the surface.
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3.It is rich in antioxidants, which help to prevent skin from drying and getting rough.
4. It helps prevent wrinkles and locks the process of aging. Vitamin A, being an antioxidant, also attacks the free radicals to prevent the signs of aging like wrinkles, pigmentation and an uneven skin tone.
5.It helps in repairing the skin tissues and provides protection against the sun’s harsh rays. The antioxidants in this vegetable can treat skin conditions like pimples and acne, rashes, dermatitis and other skin problems caused due to Vitamin A deficiency.
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