Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate vitamin C does not irritate
Ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate is an ester form of vitamin C, fat soluble - a mild alternative to ascorbic acid.
Very stable, does not irritate the skin, it can also be used by people with sensitive skin that does
not tolerate preparations with vitamin C in acid form.
It prevents fat oxidation, soothes irritations caused by UV exposure, stimulates collagen production,
blocks melanogenesis and evens skin tone.
How it works: *stimulates collagen production and prevents its degradation
*indicated in anti-wrinkle therapy, with loss of skin firmness and elasticity *improves the quality of the epidermis and protects it from oxidation *causes lightening and brightening of the skin - perfect for dull, tired skin *protects against free radicals, supports the operation of sunscreens *regulates melanogenesis, prevents discoloration
- to be used after treatments sensitizing the skin to UV radiation,
with a tendency to discoloration
Application: *day serum *addition to ready creams used for day and / or night *quick cheese for derma-roller and between treatments *addition to nutritional / antioxidant oils
INCI : Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate
Recommended dosage: 2 – 7 %
Physico-chemical properties: *transparent to slightly yellow, viscous liquid *oil soluble Technical recommendations: *keep in a cool place *the pH of the formulation should be less than 6 *recommended use of antioxidants in formulation (vitamin E) *oils used for formulation should have low polarity (like squalene)
- Double-blind, half-face study comparing topical vitamin C and vehicle for rejuvenation of photodamage Fitzpatrick RE, Rostan EF.
- Topical vitamin C: a useful agent for treating photoaging and other dermatologic conditions.Farris PK.
- A new lipophilic pro-vitamin C, tetra-isopalmitoylascorbic acid (VC-IP), prevents UV-induced skin pigmentation through its anti-oxidative properties