Which plants contain caffeic acid?

Caffeic acid is a kind of organic acid, found in many plants, such as a yellow compositae plants, rosaceae plants dried crataegus pinnatifida, crowfoot families cohosh plant and other plants, such as Bian storage, mint, eucommia bark, dandelion, herba agrimoniae, valerian, lemon peel, etc., especially the finished coffee, hawthorn, lemon, caffeic acid content is very rich.

Caffeic acid is red in appearance and has good stability at room temperature and pressure. It also has antibacterial, antibacterial, antiviral and uv absorption effects. It can not only be used in organic synthesis, but also an important raw material for the production of cosmetics.

Caffeic acid is relatively safe to use, even in pregnant women, and can be safely used in prescribed doses. It generally does not cause acne. Caffeic acid can be used on a variety of skin types, such as oily skin, sensitive skin, dry skin, pigmented skin, non-pigmented skin, tolerant skin, wrinkled skin, etc.

Caffeic acid can be added to lotions, creams, fragrances, sunscreens and other products, and is ideal for use outside the body.

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