Bottle, Can, Drum, Plastic Container, Vacuum Packed, Aluminum Foil Bag
Place of Origin:
Bearberry Extract (Arbutin)
White fine powder
Ursolic Acid alpha-arbutin
Bearberry Leaf Extract
10000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Week
Packaging & Delivery
25kg/Drum(Drum size: Diameter: 0.36M, Height: 0.52 M) inner with plastic bags
china main port
1 - 200
To be negotiated
alpha arbutin powder CAS No:. 84380-01-8
Part of used
Alpha-Arbutin Powder is extracted from bearberry.It is a biosynthetic active ingredient that is pure, water-soluble and is manufactured in a powder form. As one of the most advanced skin lightening ingredients on the market, it has been shown to work effectively on all skin types.
Alpha Arbutinis a new type with an alpha glucoside keys of hydroquinone glycosidase. As the fade color composition in cosmetics, alpha arbutin can effectively inhibit the activity of tyrosinase in the human body.
1.Arbutin has been shown to work effectively on all the different skin colors. Pure forms of arbutin
are considered to be potent skin lightening agents. 2.Arbutin directly inhibit tyrosinase activity, not inhibit human cells . 3.Arbutin is a kind of more effective and safer whitening agent. 4.Arbutin can effectively inhibit the activity of tyrosinase in the human body. 5.The study found that the alpha arbutin whitening effect is 10 times more beta arbutin.
1.Arbutin protect the skin against damage caused by free radicals. 2.Arbutin is a skin whitening agent which is very popular in Japan and Asian countries for skin de-pigmentation. 3.Arbutin inhibits the formation of melanin pigment by inhibiting Tyrosinase activity. 4.Arbutin is very safe skin agent for external use which does not have toxicity, stimulation, unpleasant odor or side effect such as Hydroqinone.The encapsulation of Alpha Arbutin constitute a delivery system to potentialize the effect in time. 5.Arbutin is a way to incorporate the hydrophilic Alpha Arbutin in lipophilic media. 6.Arbutin has been used in the treatment of disorders of hyperpigmentation such as postinflammatory hyperpigmentation caused by acne, trauma, allergic reactions, infections, injuries, phototoxic reactions, reactions to medications, reactions to cosmetics, and inflammatory diseases.