Combination of natural 4 plant extracts for maximum effect as below


  • Inhibits the production of MMP-which is a major protein involved in collagen breakdown
  • Increases skin density (as a result of increased collagen synthesis
  • Smoothes skin and reduces appearance of wrinkles
  • Protects cells against the effects of UV radiation exposure
  • For eczema, sensitive and dry skin
  • Anti-inflammation effect


Product Name







Lavandula Angustiflolia Flower Extract

Salvia  Officinalis Leaf Extract

Antemis Antemis Nobilis Flower Extract

Allium sativum Bulb Extract




Recommendations: 2-4%

Can be used in 1%-10% in various formulation type





Use freely in any step to make any formulations




Storage period with original packing at general storing condition (at room temperature, normal dry condition)

Store in cool place. Keep container tightly closed in a dry and well-ventilated place





Apparance                                   Transparent liquid to slightly turbid

Odor                                              Characteristic

Solubility                                           Soluble in aqueous solutions

pH                                                     3.0-5.5

Specific Gravity                              1.000-1.150 at 20 °C

Microbial Analysis                          Less than 100 CFU per gram

Recommended Applications & Use Levels

Applications: For use in skin care products, especially those for ageing, anti-wrinkle and mature skin and  atopic dermatitis.

Recommended use levels:  2-4%

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