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NV Ascorbic Acid

Features

1. Ative Ingredients

Ascorbic Acid.

2. Benefits

Evens skin tone;

Antioxidant;

Stimulates collagen synthesis;

Improves skin texture and firmness;

Prevents skin aging;

Fights against expression lines;

Hydration.

3. Usage

Emulsions in general with pH less than 4.0.

4. Properties

Produto Vegano
Vegan
Produto Cruelty free
Cruelty free
Cdial Halal
Cdial Halal

NV Ascorbic Acid

NV Ascorbic Acid has the active ingredient ascorbic acid encapsulated in polymeric particles with particle diameter larger than 200 nm. The technology developed by Nanovetores allows greater stability against heat and light as well as protection against oxidation of vitamin C in its most active form, ascorbic acid, ensuring benefits associated with its use, such as even skin tone, smoothing blemishes, improved hydration, texture and skin firmness, as well as helping to reduce expression lines. NV Ascorbic Acid can be used daily, providing, in continuous applications, its main benefits.

ASCORBIC ACID

Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble and thermolabile vitamin widely used in cosmetic and skin care products, as it presents significant physiological effects on the skin, such as inhibition of melanogenesis, stimulation of collagen synthesis and antioxidant action, establishing a protective film and helping prevent skin aging. Thus, it acts through different action mechanisms, providing beneficial effects on aesthetic treatments designed to combat the signs of skin aging.Ascorbic acid is the most active form of vitamin C but the most unstable due to its difficulty for stabilization.Several more stable derivatives were developed.

Ascorbyl palmitate, for example, has only one branch and although it penetrates the skin, it is limited in its conversion to L-arsobic acid, the active form of vitamin C. In turn, magnesium ascorbyl phosphate is not able to go through the stratum corneum. Sodium ascorbyl phosphate has two substitutions and ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate has four substitutions in its chemical structure. The greater the number of substituted radicals, the lower the vitamin C activity of ascorbic acid derivatives. So, in terms of effectiveness, ascorbic acid is the most effective form of vitamin C and ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate the least effective.

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