Ascorbyl Isostearate is one of over 2000 uniquely effective ingredients in our product catalogue. Find out more about this product from SpecChem below
Ascorbyl Isostearate - At a glance
Super oil soluble Vitamin C derivative. Stable and effective skin lightener
More about Ascorbyl Isostearate from SpecChem
INCI Name: Ascorbyl Isostearate
Ascorbyl Isostearate (SpecWhite®AI) is an oil-soluble derivative of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
SpecWhite®AI hydrolyzes into ascorbic acid under the action of an enzyme when absorbed into skin. This product overcomes the disadvantages of using ascorbic acid, which is easily oxidised and changes colour.
It is a highly effective skin lightener / brightener and can inhibit the generation of melanin and accelerate the synthesis of collagen. It also has the function of being a highly effective antioxidant
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