Passiflora Edulis Extract


Plant extracts

Passiflora Edulis Extract description

The layperson term for this Brazilian-based plant oil is passion fruit, and it’s not a miracle of nature that addresses all kinds of skin concerns. Rather, it’s just one of many good plant oils to improve the look and feel of dry skin. Passion fruit oil has documented skin-soothing properties. It’s also a source of lycopene, and antioxidant common to tomatoes. There is no research indicating passion fruit oil is a good source of vitamin C, though it does contain several antioxidant compounds.

Passiflora Edulis Extract references

  • International Journal of Cosmetic Science, October 2012, issue 5, pages 435-440
  • Planta Medica, September 2009, pages 1221-1226
  • Acta Cirugica Brasiileira, Volume 21, Supplement 3, 2006, pages 55-65
  • Journal of Medicinal Food, Volume 8, Spring 2005, pages 104-106

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Ingredient ratings


Proven and supported by independent studies. Outstanding active ingredient for most skin types or concerns.


Necessary to improve a formula's texture, stability, or penetration.


Generally non-irritating but may have aesthetic, stability, or other issues that limit its usefulness.


There is a likelihood of irritation. Risk increases when combined with other problematic ingredients.


May cause irritation, inflammation, dryness, etc. May offer benefit in some capability but overall, proven to do more harm than good.


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