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Cosmetic buffers are substances that build and maintain a certain pH level in cosmetics. Adding acid lowers the pH of the product; adding a buffer maintains the pH at a certain level. The components of a buffer mixture are in chemical equilibrium. When concentrating, diluting and introducing relatively small amounts of a substance that interacts with one component of a buffer system, the pH of such a system changes only slightly.
Potassium acetate is the potassium salt of acetic acid. It is used as a preservative and acidity regulator in cosmetics. It is a natural acid, present in most fruits. It is produced by bacterial fermentation and is therefore present in all fermented products.
Maltose acid is easily soluble in water and is usually added in the aqueous phase. It can withstand high temperatures and is generally added at 0.1-2% when used as an adjuvant, and at 5-8% as an anti-aging agent. A cream with an 8% addition has excellent effects on skin firming.
Disodium hydrogen phosphate in cosmetics, skin care products is the main role of pH regulator, the risk factor is 1, relatively safe to use, for pregnant women generally have no effect, disodium hydrogen phosphate is not acne-causing.
Glycine is an amino acid component that provides skin nutrition, nourishes the skin, and has the effect of moisturizing and conditioning the skin. In cosmetics, skin care products, the main role is a moisturizer, emollient, skin conditioning agent.