erythrulose


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erythrulose

[ə′rith·rə‚lōs]
(biochemistry)
C4H8O4 A ketose sugar occurring as an oxidation product of erythritol due to the action of certain bacteria.
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INCI name: L-erythrulose Use levels: 4-6% Applications: Sunless tanning products Comments: Erythrulose is a natural ketosugar derived from berries.
The formula is oil free and contains DHA and erythrulose for a subtle, yet noticeable, tan that last for days.
Enhancer also contains a blend of actives including white tea extract, DHA tanning activator and erythrulose and is described as a "weekend away in a bottle.
In addition to dihydroxyacetone (DHA), the formula now contains a new tanning ingredient, erythrulose (a sugar derived from algae and lichen) which is slower acting than DHA but said to provide a more even tan.
It is reportedly the first and only mass-market body product to contain erythrulose, a skin color-enhancing ingredient that prevents streaking and provides a higher quality of color.
00 (Water (and) ceratonia siliqua (locust bean) gum (and) hydrolyzed wheat gluten) Erythrulose (Pentapharm, CH) 2.
Banana Boat Summer Color Self Tanning Mist contains both DHA and erythrulose for color that lasts up to seven days and an any-angle airbrush that provides streak-free color that's easy to apply.
Examples of Pentapharm's personal care portfolio include: Erythrulose, a self-tanning agent; Vialox, an anti-wrinkle breakthrough and highly effective alternative to Botox injections based on synthetic pentapeptides and Alpaflor, a varied range of domestic plant extracts.
com), uses natural Erythrulose from cane sugar instead of DHA - the usual active ingredient - so you don't get that fake tan smell, while ESPA Naturally Gradual Tan, PS34 (espaskincare.
The active ingredients that cause tanning to occur, dihydroxyacetone and erythrulose, are chemicals with very unpleasant odors," warns Brattin.