Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate

We Supply Vitamin C Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (THDA) Powder, 183476-82-6, C70H128O10, Purity ≧99%.

Product Description

Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (THDA) is a highly stable, lipid-soluble vitamin C ester analogue of L-ascorbic acid. It exhibits anti-oxidant properties by inhibiting lipid peroxidation and can mitigate UV damage when applied topically. It provides the active form of vitamin C in cosmetics through enzymatic conversion on the skin.

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Product Details

Product NameTetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate
CAS#183476-82-6
SynonymsTHDA; THD-Ascorbate; 6-O-Tetrahexyldecyl-L-ascorbic acid;
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

THDA stimulates collagen biosynthesis and inhibits melanogenesis to promote skin clarity and an even tone. Unlike pure ascorbic acid, it does not cause irritation or exfoliation. Its lipophilic structure allows deeper skin penetration for enhanced delivery of active vitamin C released enzymatically. It also protects skin lipids from free radical damage when paired with vitamin E. The recommended usage level is 0.1-2% for daily antioxidant protection and over 5% for targeting stubborn hyperpigmentation and melasma.

FAQ

Although ATIP and THDA are both lipid-soluble forms of vitamin C, they are different compounds. While their molecular weights are the same, their chemical structures differ slightly. ATIP is more expensive and difficult to synthesize. It may also have different skin penetration abilities compared to THDA. Additionally, ATIP has extensive efficacy data showing significant effects even at low usage levels, while THDA is less researched. In summary, ATIP and THDA have their own characteristics as oil-soluble forms of vitamin C.