Kojic Acid Dipalmitate Powder (Cosmetic Grade)
About: Kojic acid is derived from different types of fungi (Aspergillus oryzae in particular) or through the fermentation processes of Japanese rice wine or soy sauce. Thus, it is a 'nature derived' skin brightening compound.
Uses: Kojic acid is used for treating hyperpigmentation (sun spots, age spots, and dark spots) and melasma. Kojic acid is sometimes used in the food industry as a natural preservative. The main use of Kojic acid powder, however, is in personal care and cosmetic industry. It can be found in a number of different types of cosmetic products, including serums, creams, cleansers, lotions and soaps.
Usage: Kojic acid should be diluted to concentrations of no more than 4 percent in oil or a similar medium. A concentration of 1 to 3 percent is recommended to reduce the chance of skin irritation. It is soluble in alcohol or oils.
No 21, Janatha Mw, Navinna,
Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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Can I know the ratio between kojic acid powder and oil medium?
Can I mix it with snail mucin?
Kindly note that this is only soluble in alcohol and oil mediums. It may not mix with snail mucin.
Good for sun spots, there is a reduction.
Thank you for sharing your positive experience! We appreciate your feedback and are thrilled to hear that our Kojic Acid has been effective in reducing sun spots for you.
Can I use it with rosehip oil
Yes, Kojic acid can be used in combination with rosehip oil. Kojic acid is often used for its skin-lightening properties and can complement the benefits of rosehip oil, which is known for its moisturizing and rejuvenating effects on the skin.
Can I mix Kojic powder to soap making
Yes, you can mix Kojic acid powder into soap during the soap-making process to create a Kojic acid soap. Kojic acid is a common ingredient used in skin-lightening or brightening products due to its ability to inhibit melanin production. However, it's important to handle it with care and ensure appropriate usage levels for safety and effectiveness.