This ingredient is also called sugarcane extract. It is a moisturizing humectant and has skin soothing properties.
Similar to hyaluronic acid, sugarcane can attract moisture to your skin.
Glycolic acid is a derivative of sugarcane. While glycolic acid is an AHA with exfoliating properties, sugarcane is not an AHA.
A study from 2021 found the compounds in sugarcane extract to have antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory activity. The study also suggests these compounds can inhibit skin ageing enzymes and promote collagen synthesis.
Also known as: Sugarcane Extract, Sugarcane, Saccharum Ocinarum, Extrait De Canne A Sucre, and Saccharum Officinarum Extract / Sugarcane Extrac
Saccharum Officinarum Extract is a rare cosmetic ingredient, with about 1.5% of the products in our database containing it.
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Where it's used
Saccharum Officinarum Extract is most often found as ingredient number 14 within an ingredient list.
These are the categories of products that use Saccharum Officinarum Extract the most:
Products with Saccharum Officinarum Extract
- CosIng ID: 80065
- INCI Name: SACCHARUM OFFICINARUM EXTRACT
- EC #: 294-424-5
- All Functions: Moisturising, Skin Conditioning