070-000-239 Skin Whitening and Lightening

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Pure flawless skin has always been a key point for the pursuit of the beauty for women. In many regions of the world, the concept of beauty is directly linked to a light skin tone. Women think that a lighter, even color of skin is more delicate to reflect the feminine, pure and kindness.

SCC has made many studies on the efficacy of whitening actives. Not provide products but also applications.



Skin Whitening and Lightening Products Specification

Product Name INCI Name CAS Number
SCC-alpha-Arbutin Alpha-Arbutin 84380-01-8
SCC-beta-Arbutin Arbutin 497-76-7
SCC-VB3 Niacinamide 98-92-0
SCC-Ethyl Vc Ethyl Ascorbic Acid 86404-04-8
SCC-MAP Magnesium Ascorbyl


SCC-SAP Sodium Ascorbyl


AA2G Ascorbyl Glucoside 129499-78-1
L-Glutathione Glutathione 70-18-8
Kojic Acid Kojic Acid 501-30-4
Kojic Dipalminate Kojic Dipalmitate 79725-98-7
“NEW” SCC-TA Tranexamic Acid 1197-18-8
“NEW” SCC-4K Potassium



Skin Whitening and Lightening Products Description

Stanford Chemicals offers the best skin whitening and lightening products, including Alpha-Arbutin, Arbutin, Niacinamide, Ethyl Ascorbic Acid, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Ascorbyl Glucoside, Glutathione, Kojic Acid, Kojic Dipalmitate.

Alpha arbutin, also called Hydroquinone β-D-glucopyranoside, is a naturally occurring antioxidant and skin brightener that is naturally found in the bearberry plant. It reduces melanin formation, improving the appearance of age spots, freckles, melasma, and post-inflammatory pigmentation.

Arbutin is a glycoside; a glycosylated hydroquinone extracted from the bearberry plant in the genus Arctostaphylos among many other medicinal plants, primarily in the family Ericaceae. Applied topically, it inhibits tyrosinase and thus prevents the formation of melanin.