Centella Asiatica


Studies show that Centella asiatica isn’t just a passing fad—it really does have benefits for skin, thanks to its active compounds, including madecassoside, which serves as an antioxidant. Centella asiatica itself also has been shown to have potent antioxidant properties and to be a rich source of amino acids, and there’s additional research showing that it’s a good hydrating ingredient to soothe upset or compromised skin.

There's evidence that products with centella asiatica  can help revitalize skin's protective barrier, plus it may mitigate some of the visible effects of sun damage.