Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate

We Supply Vitamin C Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate (ATIP) Powder, 183476-82-6, C70H128O10, Purity ≧99%.

Product Description

Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate (ATIP) is an amphiphilic vitamin C derivative comprised of four esterified palmitic acid chains attached to ascorbic acid. As a lipophilic derivative of vitamin C, it possesses enhanced oil solubility and stability compared to pure ascorbic acid.

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Product Details

Product NameAscorbyl Tetraisopalmitate
CAS#183476-82-6
SynonymsATIP; VC-IP; Ascorbic acid, 6-O-tetraisopalmitate;
Molecular FormulaC70H128O10
UsageSources of vitamin C
AppearanceWhite Powder
Grade StandardCosmetic Grade
Purity≧99%
StorageStore in a cool, dry place, keeping it away from moisture and water.
COA & MSDSAvailable For Your Reference
Shipping DetailsCustomized, FOB, CIF, D2D
Additional ServiceSupply, ODM/OEM, Wholesale

With its lipophilic nature, ATIP exhibits excellent penetration ability into skin and can be readily converted into free ascorbic acid. This allows it to provide a reservoir of vitamin C activity in skin layers. ATIP functions as a multifaceted active ingredient for cosmetic applications. Its antioxidant properties protect against UV damage and oxidative stress. It suppresses melanogenesis and reduces hyperpigmentation and dark spots through tyrosinase inhibition. ATIP stimulates collagen production as a key structural component in the extracellular matrix for anti-aging benefits. Additionally, it acts as a humectant and emollient moisturizer to improve skin texture. The clinical efficacy and cosmetic versatility of Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate make it a widely used lipophilic vitamin C derivative.

FAQ

Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate and Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate are both lipophilic derivatives of ascorbic acid (vitamin C); however, there are some key differences between the two:

1. They have different fatty acid chains attached to ascorbic acid – Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate has hexanoic acid, while Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate has palmitic acid;

2. The number of attached fatty acids also differs – Tetrahexyldecyl has 4 hexanoic acids, and Tetraisopalmitate has 4 palmitic acids;

3. Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate has better solubility in oil and stability;

4. Their applications differ slightly – Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate is more commonly used in cosmetics, while Ascorbyl Tetraisopalmitate has uses in both cosmetics and food preservatives;

In summary, both are lipophilic vitamin C derivatives, but have varying chain lengths and solubility profiles, leading to some differences in use cases.