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Identity Profile: White Radish Plant Extract

Commonly known as: Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Root Extract (I.N.C.I.), Chinese Radish, Daikon.
Botanical name: Raphanus sativus.
Extraction process: Pressing of the roots and stabilization on a plant-based matrix composed of Maltodextrin.
Family: Brassicaceae.
Part of the plant extracted: Roots.
Location: Originally from East and Southeast Asia, it is now cultivated worldwide.
Flowering: From April to October.
Provenance, origin: France.
Phytochemical composition: Anthocyanins (red plant pigments); vitamin C; polyphenols; minerals (such as calcium); polysaccharides; organic acids (like malic acid, glutamic acid...).
Sensorial properties: Appearance: Fine powder; Color: Red; Odor: Characteristic.
Physical characteristics: Soluble in water; Dispersible in oil.
Benefits: Antioxidant, coloring agent, astringent.
Concerns: All types of skin and hair.



  • Facial Care(creams, micellar gels);

  • Body Care(exfoliants, solid soaps);

  • Hair Care(color treatments, hair masks, shampoos, conditioners);

  • Makeup (tinted powders, eyeshadows, foundations, lip glosses, lipsticks, nail polishes, lip balms, lip liners).

Method of Preservation

Store away from moisture, light, and heat.

Contraindications, Usage Precautions

There are no contraindications to the cosmetic use of radish extract. Pregnant women and young children can use it.

Avoid contact with the eyes. Given that this product is volatile and has coloring properties, it should be handled with care.

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Radish extract is a plant-based ingredient derived from the edible root of the radish, a plant belonging to the Brassicaceae family native to Eurasia and the Eastern Mediterranean region. Rich in anthocyanins, molecules with antioxidant properties, it is also used as a natural pigment due to its intense red color.