glycyrrhetinic acid


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glycyrrhetinic acid

an extract of liquorice root. Reputed to have anti-inflammatory properties. Called also enoxolone.
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roots (licorice), consists of one molecule of glycyrrhetinic acid and two molecules of glucuronic acid.
Beauty Ingredients: LingonMax lingonberry extract, bilberry extract 25%, mixed tocopherols, palm tocotrienols, rice tocotrienols, 18-beta glycyrrhetinic acid
The products include a highly effective UVA/UVBA[degrees]filter system with TINOSORBS that provide excellent absorption capacity for three times more UVA radiation, active ingredients like Licochalcone A, an antioxiA[degrees] dant, glycyrrhetinic acid which provides DNA protecA[degrees] tion as well as DNA repair.
Licorice also has anti-inflammatory properties, largely due to the activity of glycyrrhetinic acid (Teelucksingh et al.
55 Protects skin while enhancing its own tanning ability, it's clever ingredient is a plant extract called Glycyrrhetinic Acid (GA), which helps boost the skin's own melanin production.
55 for 200ml bottle of SPF 10), contains a plant extract called glycyrrhetinic acid, which helps increase the skin's natural production of melanin for an even, longer-lasting, natural looking tan.
The Deglycyrrhizinated form is most often used to avoid the hypertensive side effects of the glycyrrhetinic acid in whole Licorice, these importance could be a reason for fund an experiment due the potentials for producing friable callus which will be used in a suspension culture or in a bioreactor as an initial clause [1,3,9].
While the combination of glycyrrhetinic acid, horse chestnut, and gotu kola has demonstrated favorable anti-cellulite effects, scientists have discovered four additional nutrients that have demonstrated profound fat-reducing benefits.
The new research, led by Dr Zhi Yuan at Nankai University in China, showed that liquorice compounds glycyrrhetinic acid and glycyrrhizic acid accumulate in the liver.
Chester Valley Pharmaceuticals' Atopiclair is a hydrolipidic cream whose active ingredient is glycyrrhetinic acid, which is known to have anti-inflammatory and antipruritic properties.
The active ingredient in licorice is glycyrrihizic acid, a glycoside of glycyrrhetinic acid, which can cause a decrease in testosterone production in humans.
Glycyrrhetinic acid inhibits 11 [beta]-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase, which converts cortisol to cortisone.