Esculoside, also known as Esculin, is a glycosilated coumarin obtained from the bark of Horse Chestnut branches. Traditionally it has been used to address venous peripheral challenges. Recently in the research of new vasoactive substances, Esculoside has been reported to have an interesting activity on skin microcirculation, thus becoming a candidate ingredient for topical applications adressing cellulite and hair growth.
Aesculus hippocastanum L.
Bark of branch
≥98.0% of esculoside by HPLC
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