Sage Extract
Sage extract contains terpenes and terpenoids (camphor, borneol, thujone, caryophyllene, ledol, epimanool, cineole) steroids, salvia, alkaloids, tocopherols, antioxidants, tannins and bitter substances, ursolic, oleanolic acid and resinous substances, volatile and diterpene phenols (carnosol, carnosic acid). Complex and rich chemical composition of the sage extract determine its anti-inflammatory, astringent, disinfectant, emollient and a strong antioxidant effect. Sage extract is used in creams and serums for the aging, sagging or prone to wrinkles skin as a refreshing and tonic remedy. The extract of the plant includes tonics and foams for cleaning skin; it effectively assists in allergic and seborrheic diseases. Cosmetics with sage are also very useful in dealing with enlarged pores. Sage has an excellent antifungal, antibacterial and deodorizing effect, promotes healing of cracks, abrasions, and other feet skin imperfections; it is effective in preventing fungal diseases of the skin, sweating, and bad breath. It has been known for long that toothpaste with sage has the antibacterial properties, prevents violations of metabolic processes in the gums, reduces inflammation, anesthetizes, and eliminates bad breath. When added to White Mandarin shampoos, sage extract helps to stop hair loss, stimulates blood circulation in the scalp and strengthens hair roots, moisturizes dry hair and is an excellent remedy for oily seborrhea dandruff.