Flavonoids form a large family of vegetable compounds. She had to color in vegetables, fruit, and flowers the large variation, from yellow to red and dark purple. These round insects (for pollination) or plant eaters (for the spread of the seeds) announce color to pull.

Flavons (Latin flavus = yellow) have their name from the plant compound that became used for the yellow paints of wool and cotton. They are indicated also as bioflavonoids and former as a vitamin P. Until now there are more than 4000 kinds of flavonoids described. They can become distinguished on the basis of their chemical structure in Flavons, Flavonols, Catechins, Isoflavones, Flavonons, and Anthocyans.

Chamomile extract has been used in several skin conditions including slow-healing wounds, inflammation, and infections. It contains a lot of bioactive compounds including several polyphenols and flavonoids with antioxidant and antimicrobial and significant antiplatelet effects.
Chrysin is a flavonoid found in honey, propolis, and many medicinal and edible plants (passionfruit, carrot, mushroom, and chamomile) with multiple beneficial effects on the skin, including an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification effects.
Ginkgo leaves extract has anti-oxidative, analgetic, and antihistamine properties. It promotes skin elasticity and firmness. The phytochemicals in the leaves of this plant improve dermal microcirculation and stimulate cell functions.
Rich in phenolic acids, flavonoid glycosides, Restharrow root extract, it has potent antioxidant properties, protecting skin from free radicals and preserving UV-induced photoaging.
St. John’s wort extract is widely used to care for irritated and reddened skin against sunburn, erythema, and superficial burns thanks to its anti-inflammatory, healing, softening, soothing, and purifying properties.