Ferulic acid occurs primarily in seeds and leaves. Ferulic acid (FA) is a phytochemical commonly found in fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes, sweet corn and rice bran. Ferulic acids not only contribute to wall assembly, they promote tissue cohesion, restricting cell expansion, but also control the mechanical properties of mature tissues. UV absorption by ferulic acid organizes stable formation and  makes potent its ability to terminate free radical chain reactions. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation generates oxidative stress in skin creating photodamage (The structural and deterioration…