Vaccinium Myrtillus Extract

Vaccinium Myrtillus Extract derives from blueberry

Bluberry is a shrubby perennial plant that grows in the sandy areas of the northern US and in the woods and forest meadows of Europe. The fruit is usually blue-black. Traditionally, both the leaves and berries of this shrub has been used as an astringent. A decoction of the berries was employed for fevers. The juice of the berries was used as a gargle and mouthwash for catarrh. Blueberry is an anti-inflammatory herb: Cosmetically, extracts are used in the treatment of skin bleaching, irritated and reddened skin care, anti-dandruff hair care and cleansing preparations.

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