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Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate

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Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate is a highly stable form of Vitamin C that is wonderful for supporting mature skin as well as helping all skin types achieve a bright, glowing complexion. It is also ideal for calming chaotic or distressed skin.

Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate is far more resistant to oxidation than typical L-Ascorbic Acid, making it much easier to work with in cosmetic formulations. Unlike L-Ascorbic Acid, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate does not break down as quickly in water-based products, making it ideal for vitamin C toners and sprays.

Ingredient Highlights

  • Category: Additive, vitamins, antioxidants
  • Ingredient Function: Vitamin, antioxidant
  • Used in: Toners, creams, lotions, serums, masks, cleansers, exfoliants
  • Solubility: Water soluble
  • Appearance: White to off white powder
  • Odor: Nearly odorless

Production Information

  • Derived From: L-ascorbic acid
  • Part(s) Used: Sodium salt of L-ascorbic acid
  • Preserved With: No preservative
  • Country of Origin: France
  • Method of Extraction: Phosphorylated
  • Processing: Phosphorylated, purified, neutralized, purified

Pro Tips

  • Antioxidant properties make Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate an ideal ingredient for use in product lines for mature skin.
  • Like all forms of Vitamin C, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate can increase the skin's sensitivity to the sun. We recommend wearing Vitamin C products at night and following up with sunscreen the next day.
  • An ideal ingredient to add to overnight skincare products for chaotic or stressed skin.

This product is vegan.

  • Variant: 1 lb
  • SKU: 129-262S
  • In Stock: 6
  • Product Type: Unknown Type
  • Brand: Essential Labs

Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate

Warning Statements:

Not for internal consumption. Pregnant or lactating people consult a doctor prior to use. Discontinue if irritation occurs.