dioic

dioic

[dī′ō·ik]
(biology)
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Dioic acid: In a study that included 96 Mexican women who were treated twice a day for 12 weeks, dioic acid was found to be effective and well tolerated.
In the Arecaceae family as a whole, the evolution of floral characters has been observed, including progression from bisexual to unisexual flowers, and from monoic to dioic species (Moore and Uhl, 1982; Daher et al., 2010).
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.
The new Bioclinic custom product is said to promote even skin tone by visibly reducing hyperpigmented areas of the skin thanks to its Tone-Down technology containing dioic acid.
Among the skin-lightening and depigmenting agents, magnesium-L-ascorbyl2-phosphate, hydroxyanisole, N-acetyl-4-S-cysteaminylphenol, arbutin (hydroquinone-beta-D-glucopyranoside), salicylhydroxamic acid, dioic acid, kojic acid, and hydroquinone are the most widely used in the cosmetic industry, being prescribed worldwide [8,12-14].
Dioic acid is a new treatment showing promise in the treatment of melasma, Dr.
Facing these challenges, EL HADRAMI & EL HADRAMI (2009) state that 'very little has been done', partly due to slow growth rate and the dioic character of the species.
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)