|Keywords||Exfoliator, keratin, smooth skin|
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Tartaric Acid Specifications
|Product Name||Tartaric Acid|
|CAS Registry Number||526-83-0|
|Molecular Weight||150.09 g/mol|
|Shelf life||2 years|
|Functions||Exfoliating, whitening and combining metal ions|
Tartaric Acid Description
Tartaric acid, or 2,3-dihydroxysuccinic acid, is a carboxylic acid found in many plants, such as grapes and tamarind. It is also one of the main organic acids in wine. As an acidulant, tartaric acid has a taste that is naturally sour and gives foods a sharp, tart flavor. At the same time, the skincare effect of tartaric acid is also quite remarkable; it can promote the aging of skin keratin to fall off, and make the skin texture smoother so that the skin is translucent.
Tartaric Acid Applications
- Tartaric acid has the functions of exfoliating, whitening and combining metal ions, and is used in skincare and cleaning products
- Lisa Solieri, Paolo Giudici (2009). Vinegars of the World. Springer. p. 29.
- Blair, G. T.; DeFraties, J. J. (2000). “Hydroxy Dicarboxylic Acids”. Kirk Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology. pp. 1–19.