The Ginkgo Leaf comes from the Ginkgo biloba tree, one of the oldest living tree species, with a lineage tracing back over 270 million years. Native to China, ginkgo trees have been revered throughout history, with ancient Chinese utilizing their leaves and seeds for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. Holistically, ginkgo symbolizes longevity and resilience, often associated with enhancing memory and cognitive function. The leaves are rich in flavonoids and terpenoids, compounds celebrated for their strong antioxidant properties. From a health perspective, Ginkgo Leaf extracts have been studied extensively for their potential to improve blood flow to various parts of the body, including the brain, thus potentially enhancing cognitive function, reducing dementia symptoms, and alleviating symptoms of anxiety and depression. In the realm of skincare, the antioxidant properties of ginkgo combat the harmful effects of free radicals, slowing the aging process. Its anti-inflammatory effects can soothe skin, reducing redness and puffiness, while its ability to enhance circulation can invigorate skin, rendering it more radiant and refreshed. When incorporated into creams, serums, or lotions, Ginkgo Leaf offers a combination of ancient wisdom and modern science, promising improved skin health and a brighter, more youthful complexion.


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