Pure Ferulic Acid Powder 10g
eg. add up to 1g ferulic acid to 100g moisturizer or lotion. A little goes a long way so 10 grams will last awhile.
Ferulic Acid, extracted from Rice Bran Oil, is one of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants. from rice bran oil, Many plants contain Ferulic acid, which plays a key role in the plants self preservation mechanism, re-enforcing it's cellular wall strength and protecting it from microbial damage as well as sun damage, . In vivo testing has shown Ferulic Acid to be highly effective as a topical anti-oxidant. Ferulic Acid may help to prevent the propagation of the free radical chain.
An antioxidant with a nice scent, Ferulic Acid is also known as Cinamic Acid. Add Ferulic Acid to your favorite cream to easily make a fantastic antioxidant, photoprotective (protects the skin against UVB-induced erythema), and cancer preventive cream. It will also help stabilize the very unstable ascorbic acid.
Research has shown that ferulic acid has several benefits, including:
Free radical defense. Like other antioxidants — such as vitamins A, C and E, coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid — ferulic acid scavenges free radicals and protects cells from environmental damage. In particular, it’s effective against two highly destructive free radicals, superoxide and hydroxyl radical.
UV protection. Research suggests that ferulic acid can help protect skin from UV damage. According to dermatologist and scientist Karen E. Burke, M.D., Ph.D., in the Skin Aging Handbook: An Integrated Approach to Biochemistry and Product Development, ferulic acid interferes with the process by which UV rays damage cell membranes. In addition, ferulic acid helps to prevent redness and sunburn from UVB rays.
Vitamin preservation. Chances are you’ll find vitamins in almost any skincare product. The downside? When they’re exposed to light and air, vitamins can break down and lose their skin benefits. However, ferulic acid prevents this process. Specifically, when added to skincare products with vitamin C or E, ferulic acid prevents the vitamins from breaking down, spoiling and becoming ineffective, according to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
Cancer protection. Cancer occurs when cell DNA mutates and causes irregular, uncontrolled cell reproduction. Ferulic acid prevents cell mutations and DNA damage, so it might help defend against cancerous cell growth, especially for lung and colon cancer. It also plays a role in prompting apoptosis — or cell death — of cancer cells, notes the Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition.
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Clinical ferulic acid concentrations are available over the counter in serums, face creams and lotions, eye creams and even lip treatments. Ferulic acid works best when used in tandem with other antioxidants, such as tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), ascorbyl palmitate (vitamin C) and alpha lipoic acid.
SPECIFICATIONS AND DIRECTION FOR USE
Appearance: Light yellow free flowing powder
Odor: Characteristic, Low
Solubility: Hot water
Storage: Cool, tightly sealed, protected from light / moisture
Shelf life: 24 months when properly stored
Direction for Use :
Topical Use: Add Ferulic Acid to your favorite cream at up to 1% concentration to easily make a fantastic antioxidant, photoprotective (protects the skin against UVB-induced erythema), and cancer preventive cream. It will also help stabilize the very unstable ascorbic acid.
eg. add up to 1g ferulic acid to 100g moisturiser or lotion