Centella Asiatica Extract

Our database has 960 products that contain Centella Asiatica Extract.

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Description

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Centella Asiatica Extract is derived from an herb plant native to Southeast Asia. It is rich in antioxidants and amino acids.

In skincare products, Centella Asiatica Extract is used for its anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. It helps increase collagen production, helping restore broken skin barriers and improving elasticity. Centella Asiatica Extract also aids in hydrating the skin.

This plant has been used as a medicine and in food for many centuries. As a medicine, it is used to treat burns, scratches, and wounds.

Centella Asiatica Extract is a somewhat common cosmetic ingredient, with about 7.50% of the products in our database containing it.

Also known as: Gotu Kola, Tiger Grass, Indian Pennywort, Cica, Asiatic Acid, Hydrocotyl, and Asiatic Pennywort

At a glance

Here's our breakdown of what exactly Centella Asiatica Extract is, what it's benefits are, and what it's concerns are.

Benefits:

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Reduces Redness

Redness and irritation may be caused by several reasons, although there is no definitive answer. Reasons may range from physical exertion to sun exposure, allergies, or Rosacea.

Where it's used

Centella Asiatica Extract is most often found as ingredient number 15 within an ingredient list.

Of the 33 products in our database that have a known concentration of Centella Asiatica Extract, we've seen concentrations from 0.3% to 100% specified within their ingredient lists.

It is currently used 9204 times inside of skincare routines on SkinSort.

These are the categories of products that use Centella Asiatica Extract the most:

CosIng Data

  • CosIng ID: 75075
  • INCI Name: CENTELLA ASIATICA EXTRACT
  • EC #:  283-640-5
  • All Functions: Cleansing, Skin Conditioning, Smoothing, Soothing, Tonic
What is CosIng?

CosIng is the European Commission database for information on cosmetic substances and ingredients.

SkinSort uses CosIng to source some of it's data on ingredient names and functions.