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Echinacea: a wonderful plant to enhance your beauty
Echinacea purpurea, Echinacea augustifolia and Echinacea pallida are three main varieties of Echinacea plant, which are native to North America and southern Canada. They are mainly used to treat cold, cough, bronchitis and infection. Modern research shows that Echinacea purpurea also has the effect of antibiotics. Nowadays, cosmetics manufacturers are more and more willing to use Echinacea in cosmetics. Unlike many other plant extracts that have only recently become popular in the beauty industry, Echinacea has an impressive history.
Echinacea protects and strengthens skin
This magical flower is a treasure house of antioxidants and the secret of beautiful and healthy skin. Antioxidants such as flavonoids, silicic acid or rosmarinic acid have protective effects. Our skin is adversely affected by sunlight and pollution every day. These external invasion factors will lead to the production of harmful free radicals, causing serious damage to the skin. Because of their function, there will be discoloration or small wrinkles. Echinacea plant extracts rich in antioxidants can scavenge free radicals and repair their damage.
Echinacea relieves acne
Echinacea skin care products can provide a gentler solution to keep skin clean. It is an anti-inflammatory and antibacterial plant, which can not only nourish, but also relieve swelling and calm acne lesions.
Echinacea is a powerful nutrient and moisturizer
Popular moisturizing ingredients, such as oil and butter, nourish the skin from the outside. Studies have confirmed that Echinacea regulates skin hydration by increasing the levels of lipids and ceramides in the skin. Therefore, it strengthens the natural water lipid barrier, prevents water loss, and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.
Echinacea rejuvenates skin
Echinacea extract can activate the production of collagen, reduce wrinkles, reduce pores and age spots, eliminate excess sebum, and reduce scar and swelling after acne. It's a great antidote to insect bites, irritation, psoriasis and eczema.