Apple peel extract Phloretin

About Apple extract:

Apple Extract is extracted from apple fruit. Apple polyphenols are phytochemicals concentrated in the skin of unripe apples.Quercetin, procyanidins, catechins,phloridzin,phloretin, epicatechin,rutin,and chlorogenic acid are all apple polyphenols.

These chemical compounds are being studied extensively in labs around the world for their health effects in major diseases. Apple polyphenols have been shown to be 2 to 6 times more powerful then Vitamin C as antioxidants. Apple polyphenols are naturally occurring plant compounds that act as potent antioxidants.

Apple extract phloretin Function:

1. Improve the body’s resistance to fight against diseases.
2. Prevent oxidative stress.

3. Reduce fat around body organs.

4. Build strong muscles.

5. Provide nutrition to the body.

6. Improve skin problems and skin disorders.

7. Assist in solving the problem of baldness in males.

8. Fight heart diseases.

Apple extract phloretin Application:

1. It can be used in Cosmetic fileld, such as facial mask, skin care cream, lotion and essence

2. It can be used in pharmaceutical Field.

3. It can be used in nutritional Supplement.

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 Product Analysis:

Physical Analysis  
DescriptionBrown Yellow PowderComplies
Mesh Size100 % pass 80 meshComplies
Ash≤ 5.0%2.65%
Loss on Drying≤ 5.0%3.85%
Chemical Analysis  
Heavy Metal≤ 10.0 mg/kgComplies
Pb≤ 2.0 mg/kgComplies
As≤ 1.0 mg/kgComplies
Hg≤ 0.1mg/kgComplies
Microbiological Analysis  
Residue of PesticideNegativeNegative
Total Plate Count≤ 1000cfu/gComplies
Yeast&Mold≤ 100cfu/gComplies


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