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Phytexcell™ Mulberry

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Mulberry tree was known in antiquity throughout the Mediterranean basin. Probably originating in Persia, it arrived in Europe before the white mulberry. In Japan, Mulberry trees grow naturally but are also widely cultivated as a support for silkworms. The Black Mulberry tree originates in Western Asia and North America. The Greeks used the berry to change the colour of wine. Dioscorides believed that the mulberries could decongest the stomach, that the juice was astringent and that it was effective as well against fluxes, creeping sores and tonsillitis. They used also the Mulberry to calm sore throats. Today, it is used to prevent cardio-vascular diseases by strengthening the walls of the capillary vessels. In the Chinese and Japanese Pharmacopoeia, Mulberry extracts are used as skin radiance. They further have anti-inflammatory and moisturising properties.

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Phytexcell Mulberry

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Physical form at 25°C

  • Liquid


  • Botanical extracts
  • Microwave extraction


  • Active ingredients
  • Emotive ingredients

Regional availability

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • N America


  • Skin care


  • Antiperspirants & deodorants
  • After sun
  • Eye contour care
  • Face / neck skin care
  • Facial cleansers
  • Scalp treatments

Consumer benefit

  • Calming / soothing / redness
  • Radiance

Certifications and standards

  • Halal
  • ISO 16128 - natural ingredient
  • ISO 16128 - organic ingredient
  • ISO 16128 - derived natural
  • ISO 16128 - derived organic ingredient
  • Vegan suitable

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Title: Phytexcell Mulberry

Phytexcell Mulberry; NA34684; Mulberry

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