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Native Peony Cells

Commonly known as: Paeonia Lactiflora Leaf Cell Extract (I.N.C.I.), Chinese Peony Leaf Cells.
Botanical name: Paeonia lactiflora.
Extraction process: In vitro cultivation of leaves in a nutrient medium, followed by stimulation with UV and visible light to produce metabolites (active molecules), rinsing, cell filtration, sonication, and dispersion of the extract in sunflower oil.
Family: Paeoniaceae.
Part of the plant extracted: Leaves.
Location: North China (Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning), Korea, Mongolia, Siberia, Japan.
Flowering: From May to July.
Provenance, origin: France.
Phytochemical composition: Essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.
Sensorial properties: Appearance: Liquid; Color: Light yellow to yellow; Scent: Mild.
Physical characteristics: Density = 0.9 - 1.1; Soluble in oil.
Benefits: Soothing, mattifying, moisturizing, brightening, antioxidant, sebum-regulating.
Concerns: Suitable for all skin types, particularly for oily skin and skin prone to blemishes.

Details

Usage

Facial Care (creams, serums, balms, oils); Makeup (foundations, concealers, setting sprays).

Preservation Method

Store in a cool and dry place. Do not exceed 40°C with a relative humidity of 65%.

Contraindications, Usage Precautions

There are no contraindications to the cosmetic use of native peony cells. Pregnant women and young children can use them. Avoid contact with the eyes.