Alpha Lipoic Acid Powder (Thiotic Acid)Recommended Usage Rate: 1 - 5%
30 g of yellow crystals in a jar with a silver lid
Alpha Lipoic Acid is the holy grail of antioxidants. It plays a massive role in keeping our skin looking young and rivals the power of Vitamin C. So add this powder to your DIY creations today!
- Ultimate Antioxidant Protection
- Skin Brightening Properties
- Imperative for Youthful Looking Skin
How to Use
Recommended Use: 1-5%
Using concentrations higher than 5% may cause a burning sensation or sting in sensitive individuals.
Solubility: Alcohol Soluble - 1g is entirely soluble in 2ml of alcohol.
Long-term Storage: Store in a cool, dark place with a sealed container.
Warnings: Always consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, lactating, or have a known medical condition.
Scent: Slight alcohol aroma.
Appearance: Yellow powder.
Add a small amount of the powder to the water phase of the formula. Or, add at the end of a formulation, dissolve in alcohol and then add the mixture. For more information on usage instructions, please visit our formula page.
Use for cleansers, anti-aging serums, creams, lotions, and moisturizers for external use only.
Thiotic acid (Alpha Lipoic Acid) powder.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
What form of ALA is this? Is it the R form or what?
Great question! Yes, Thiotic acid is the natural, R-Alpha Lipoic Acid form.
Hi! Do you provide data sheets for alpha lipoic acid power?
Click on the link for all data sheets that can be found on the MSDS webpage.
Hi. I just received my Alpha Lipoic Acid powder in the mail. My understanding is that it needs to be dissolved in either ethanol or a glycol. Is that correct? If I want to make a 5% ALA cream, what amount of ALA powder do I use, and how much ethanol do I use to dissolve it? Approximately how long will it take to dissolve? After it is dissolved, can I then just mix it in to my base cream?
Yes, the Alpha Lipoic Acid powder will need to be dissolved before use. It is alcohol soluble.
1g is entirely soluble in 2ml of alcohol.
Dissolve in alcohol and then add the mixture at the end of formulation.