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STAY-C® 50

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by DSM
Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate. STAY-C® 50 by DSM is a powerful in-vivo anti-oxidant and free radical scavenger. It is a vitamin C derivative with superior stability in formulations compared to straight ascorbic acid.
  • It protects from photo damage for beautiful and healthy looking skin including ROS reduction and second line of defense next to PARSOL® UV filters.
  • It visibly evens the skin tone and reduces the appearance of age spots, blemishes and acne.
  • It crosses the stratum corneum, gets metabolized to ascorbic acid, which further penetrates into deeper skin layer.
  • It stimulates the production of collagen and increases skin firmness.
  • STAY-C® 50 is used in broad range of applications in skin-, sun-, hair care products, day care products, clarifying perfection products (anti-acne) and anti-aging products.
  • It exhibits deodorant activity, hair color protection and activity against bacteria involved in caries & gingivitis.
  • It is listed in IECSC inventory.
  • Antioxidants
  • color protection
  • protections
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Find products that are predicted to be compatible with STAY-C® 50.

This list of compatible products is generated out of estimated HSP values. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty.
Learn more about Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) and their use in predictive formulation.

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