Is CICA a Ceramide?

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No, CICA is not a ceramide. CICA, also known as Centella Asiatica, is a plant extract derived from a herbaceous plant found in Asia. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicine for its soothing and healing properties. CICA is known for its ability to calm inflammation, promote wound healing, and strengthen the skin barrier. On the other hand, ceramides are a type of lipid or fat molecule naturally found in the skin. They play a crucial role in maintaining the skin's moisture barrier and preventing moisture loss. Ceramides are often included in skincare products to help improve skin hydration and strengthen the skin barrier function.

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