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Mrs.DingDong
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Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:41 pm      Reply with quote
Hello all Smile

I purchased Truly Natural Vitamin C by HealthForce at Henrys today. When I asked for asorbic acid, this is what I was given. Will this be as effective as the acid? Any advice would be greatly appreciated Smile

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Fri Sep 30, 2011 4:25 am      Reply with quote
No, it won't be suitable. You must use a Vitamin C powder that is especially made for cosmetic formulations. You can buy it from places like www.skinactives.com or www.bulkactives.com or other websites which sell ingredients for DIY lotions.

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Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:03 pm      Reply with quote
If it says ascorbic acid, it should be ok IMO. I have purchased ascorbic acid from swansonvitamins and I use on my body, it works out fine, however on face I use only L-ascorbic acid, with the D form which is supposedly inactive and both are present in "plain" ascorbic acid but it won't harm you, again IMO.
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Sat Oct 01, 2011 2:14 am      Reply with quote
You need pure ascorbic acid powder. Specifically in its unmodified powder form.

It can be purchased for a very good price from eBay.

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Sun Oct 02, 2011 12:41 am      Reply with quote
Id agree with Keliu's supplier recommendations. If your in Europe www.activeextracts.co.uk may be cheaper due to no customs fees.
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