dioic

dioic

[dī′ō·ik]
(biology)
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Actives of 10% azelaic acid target hyperpigmentation, suppress the growth of follicle bacteria and reduce inflammation while ingredients including niacinamide and Arlatone Dioic DCA improve the skin's texture and barrier function to increase its radiance and natural glow.
Compound Source Organic n-Alkanes Vegetative detritus, vehicles (diesel) Branched alkanes Vegetative detritus, motor vehicles Alkane dioic acids Secondary organic aerosol Aromatic dioic acids Secondary organic aerosol Benz(de)anthracene-7-one Coke, other combustion Carboxylic acids Combustion sources, vegetative detritus, microbes Cholesterol Meat cooking Hopanes and steranes Vehicle emissions, lube oil LG Wood combustion Nonanal Meat cooking PAHs Combustion (wood, coke, motor vehicles) Resin acids Wood combustion OC Combustion (wood, meat, motor vehicles) Inorganic Ammonium Agriculture/livestock and gasoline exhaust EC Diesel, other combustion MMOs and other metals Resuspended (road) dust Manganese Motor vehicles and road dust N[O.
The deodorant agent is selected from the group consisting of C18:l dioic acid, CI 8:2 dioic acid, and phenvl compounds.
The latter work in conjunction with powerful skin whitening ingredients such as vitamin C and dioic acid," he said.
Skin Actives (Sederma division, Arlatone[TM] Dioic DCA)
Comments: Arlatone Dioic DCA improves the appearance of skin tone as well as the texture and natural radiance of skin.
Arlatone[TM] Dioic DCA--a mild, vegetable derived ingredient that provides a gradual effect on skin tone problems.
Comments: Arlatone Dioic DCA is a unique ingredient that provides the appearance of even skin tone, texture and natural radiance.