Product Name: Kojic Acid Dipalmitate Powder
Product Appearance：White powder
Product Packaging：Aluminum foil bag
Storage：The product is sealed and stored in a dry, cool and well ventilated place.
The Period Of Validity：2 year
When it comes to kojic acid, you may know something about it, but kojic acid has other family members, such as palmitate. Dipalmitate is the most popular whitening agent in the market at present. Before we know about dipalmitate, let's first understand its previous life - "kojic acid".
Kojic acid is produced by fermentation and purification of glucose or sucrose under the action of Kojic enzyme. Its whitening mechanism is to inhibit the activity of tyrosinase, the activity of n-hydroxyindoleate (dhica) oxidase and the polymerization of dihydroxyindole (DHI). Kojic acid is a rare single whitening agent that can simultaneously inhibit a variety of enzymes.
However, kojic acid has light, heat and metal ion instability, and is not easily absorbed by the skin, so kojic acid dipalmitate came into being.
Researchers have developed many derivatives of kojic acid to improve the performance of kojic acid. Kojic acid dipalmitate not only have the same whitening mechanism as kojic acid, but also have better performance than kojic acid.
After esterification with kojic acid, either monoester or diester of kojic acid can be formed. At present, the most popular whitening agent for kojic acid is Cetpro KAD, which is the diesterification dipalmitate of kojic acid. It is found that the whitening effect of kad compounded with glucosamine derivative will be multiplied.
Skin Care Efficacy of Dipalmitate
1) Whitening: dipalmitate of kojic acid is more effective than kojic acid in inhibiting the activity of tyrosinase in skin, thus inhibiting the formation of melanin, which has a good effect on whitening skin and sun protection.
2) freckle: kojic acid two palmitate can improve skin pigmentation and resist senile plaques, stretch marks, freckles and general pigmentation.