(vol: 60 ml)2
CAS No.: 56-81-5, 7732-18-5, 8054-39-5, 532-32-1, 24634-61-5
EINECS Nº: 200-289-5, 231-791-2, 232-498-2, 208-534-8, 246-376-1
You probably meet this guy more often in your kitchen than in the bathroom, but yes, onion extract is also used as a skincare ingredient. Its main benefit to the skin appears to be that it can improve the cosmetic appearance of postsurgical scars.
We also know that onion not only heals scars, but also has antibacterial, antifungal activity and can help reduce acne.
Onion extract is hair growth promoter and has been recommended to treat hair loss and other scalp problems. With its excellent cleansing, conditioning, nourishing and antibacterial properties, it is quite effective as a natural treatment agent for hair loss. It does this by stimulating proper blood flow, delivering enough oxygen and nutrients to the hair roots to encourage healthy growth. Additionally, onions contain important minerals such as calcium, potassium, magnesium, as well as vitamins C and B6. Its high sulfur content is also a useful element to promote hair growth. A high level of sulfur in collagen tissues helps prevent further hair loss and hair thinning problems.
Chemical composition: Extract in a glycerin / water medium (50:50) from the bulb of "Allium cepa L.", with a plant / extract ratio of 1: 2
Appearance: Liquid, transparent, slightly cloudy
Color: Pale yellow to yellow
Type: Cosmetic Grade
Density at 20 ° C 1,110 - 1,160 g / ml
pH 4.5 - 5.5
Soluble in Aqueous Solutions
Usage level 0.5-5.0%
Conservation: In well closed containers. Protect from light and moisture
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