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Category: Vitamin C
Definition: An oil-soluble derivative of vitamin C in skincare products. It’s oil nature is easily attracted by the oil phases of the skin, making it a stable and non acidic form of vitamin C. It can penetrate the skin better than L-ascorbic acid and other water soluble forms of vitamin C. Note, it is usually added to different types of products e.g. cleansers etc to enhance their brightening effect.
Ascorbyl Palmitate is the least favorite type of vitamin C as it doesn't work as efficiently as the others one.
May still be irritating for those with super sensitive skin.
Claudia Tua Clark