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We measured serum ethylene glycol and glycolic acid concentrations for a series of 35 cases of ethylene glycol ingestion.
The polymers obtained from glycolic acid can be used to produce plastics from renewable raw material.
Adding glycolic acid may reduce the thickness of the stratum corneum barrier and enhance the penetration of hydroquinone.
Colorimetric and gas chromatographic procedures for glycolic acid in serum: the major toxic metabolite of ethylene glycol.
The product's dual-action formula offers Hydroquinone, the strongest skin-lightener available without a prescription, to fade discoloration, in combination with the Alpha Hydroxy Acids in Glycolic Acid to exfoliate, improving the penetration of the lightening agent.
I'm hooked but I do like glycolic acid as an ingredient because I know what it does to aid my mid-30s skin.
Glycolic acid is extensively used in a wide range of personal care products such as face lotions, moisturizers and face peels.
The Total Resurfacing Masque that came next contains salicylic acid and glycolic acid, which can sting slightly.
The product's combination of collagen, glycolic acid and antioxidant vitamins E, A and C work to provide more youthful-looking skin.
Glycolic acid in higher concentrations, as it is found in the Cosmederm and Refinity lines, is:
The ionizable cosmetic active principle bonded in noncovalent fashion to the resin is selected from the group consisting of glycolic acid as an anionic active principle, cobalamin as a cationic active principle, lactic acid as an anionic active principle, gluconic acid as an anionic active principle, citric acid as an anionic active principle, ascorbic acid as an anionic active principle, gallic acid as an anionic active principle, pyrrolidonecarboxylic acid as an anionic active principle, zinc as a cationic active principle, vanillic acid as an anionic active principle and escin as an anionic active principle.
By co-locating on the DuPont Belle, West Virginia site, Kureha is able to obtain its primary feedstock, glycolic acid, from this facility - reported to be the world's largest glycolic acid plant.