Which substances contain high amounts of caffeic acid?

Caffeic acid is a naturally occurring organic acid found in many plants, such as fructus officinalis of the chrysanthemum family, Rosaceae Officinalis, Buttercup officinalis, and other plants, such as aviculare aviculare, peppermint, eucommia ulmoides, dandelion, Trypanosoma, valerian, lemon peel, etc., especially in finished coffee, hawthorn, and lemon, it is rich in caffeic acid.

The appearance of caffeic acid is red, stable at room temperature and pressure, it has antibacterial, antibacterial, antiviral, ultraviolet absorption, and other effects, therefore, caffeic acid is widely used, not only can be used in organic synthesis, or production of cosmetics and important raw materials, in addition, caffeic acid can also be used as hair dye additives.

Caffeic acid is safe to use, even for pregnant women in prescribed doses and is generally non-comedogenic. Used on various skin types such as oily skin, sensitive skin, dry skin, pigmented skin, non-pigmented skin, tolerant skin, wrinkled skin, and so on, caffeic acid can be added to lotions, creams, perfumes, sunscreens, and other products, making it ideal for outside the body use.

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