Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP)

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Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP)

Antioxidant-Rich Brightening Vitamin C Powder!
Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP) is a stable form of Vitamin C powder to brighten your complexion.
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Manufacturer: Skin Perfection

Product Description

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP)

Recommended Usage Rate: .2-10%

Paraben-free and GMO-free!

10 g of white crystals in a jar with a silver lid

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP) is a stable form of Vitamin C powder to brighten your complexion. It is commonly referred to as the MAP. It is a highly potent antioxidant to brighten your complexion. Applied topically, Vitamin C can brighten your face's radiance, creating a softer, smoother, and even skin tone.

  • Antioxidant Protection
  • Promotes Collagen
  • Skin Brightening Properties
  • Helps Diminish Fine Lines and Wrinkles

Add a small amount of the powder to your formulation, serum, or moisturizer. Experienced formulators should only use this product. If you are a beginner, try dissolving the crystals in distilled water before adding them to your formulation.

How to use

Manufacturer Recommended Usage Rate: .2 - 10%
Typical Usage: 3%
Appearance: White Powder
Solubility: Water soluble
Storage: Place in a cool, dry place.

Add to your formulation during the water phase or at the end of the process, but before adding a preservative.

You can also dissolve some of the crystals by pouring them into the distilled water before adding them to your mixture. Dissolving the powder ensures that there are no granules of powder. You can find formulating instructions on our product usage and guidelines page.

Warnings: Do not use directly on the skin. For external use only.


INCI Name: Magnesium ascorbyl phosphate.


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