Ferulago species are traditionally used for the treatment of skin diseases, bronchitis, and depression, to increase body strength, as an immunostimulant, aphrodisiac and sedative in Anatolia. In this study, hyaluronidase, collagenase and elastase inhibitory potential relevant to wound healing activities of ethanol extracts from the roots of ten Ferulago species [F. cassia Boiss., F. humilis Boiss., F. isaurica Pesmen, F. longistylis Boiss., F. mascrosciadia Boiss. & Balansa, F. sandrasica Pesmen & Quezel, F. setifolia K. Koch., F. silaifolia (Boiss.) Boiss., F. trojana Akalin & Pimenov formerly known as F. sylvatica (Besser) Rchb. and F. syriaca Boiss.] were investigated. Ethanol extracts of F. mascrosciadia and F. syriaca were the most active ones against collagenase and elastase, respectively. In vitro wound healing activity of ten Ferulago species is reported for the first time in the current study.