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Glycolic Acid, Lab Grade, 70%

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79-14-1
C2H4O3
76.05
757
Description

Glycolic Acid, 70% is slightly stronger than acetic acid and is also known as hydro acetic acid. Glycolic Acid, Lab Grade is a colorless and odorless organic acid that is available in powder form. It dissolves quickly in water due to its hygroscopic (water absorbing) nature, and the resulting solution is good in eliminating dead skin cells. Lab grade chemicals possess reasonable purity but do not comply with any official standards for quality or purity. Glycolic Acid, Lab Grade available at Lab Alley is highly recommended for educational institutes involved in research/trainings.

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Product Summary

Buy 70% Glycolic Acid 70% | For Creams, Facial Skin Peels, Legs, Acne Scars, Skin Care Products, Skin Discoloration, Signs Of Aging, Fine Lines, Gel Peels, Cosmetics, | Formula C2H4O3 | CAS # 79-14-1 | For Dyeing, Tanning & Deliming 

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If you have questions about ordering glycolic acid online here at LabAlley.com or would like to place an order, call 512-668-9918 or email customerservice@laballey.com to talk with an glycolic acid specialist. Lab Alley is a bulk glycolic acid supplier. Inquire about wholesale prices for large orders.

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Buy Glycolic Acid 30% Online For | High Purity Cosmetic Grade | High Purity Cosmetic Grade | Formula C₂H₄O₃ | CAS # 79-14-1 | For Skin Care Products, Cosmetics, Acne, Use With Retinol, Face, Blackheads, Hyperpigmentation, Strawberry Legs, Body, Dark Spots, Keratosis Pilaris

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Remove Dead Skin | Milder Than Retinol | For Creams, At-Home Skin Chemical Peels, Face, Legs, Acne Scars, Strawberry Legs, Dark Underarms, Hands, Large Pores, Skin Care Products, Skin Discoloration, Signs Of Aging, Fine Lines, Gel Peels, Cosmetics, | Formula C2H4O3 | CAS # 79-14-1 | For Dyeing, Tanning & Deliming 

Chemical Properties Of 70% Glycolic Acid Sold Online At LabAlley.com

CAS Number: 79-14-1
Molecular Formula: C2H4O3
Formula Weight: 76.05
Assay (Total Glycolic Acid): 70.0-72.0%

Glycolic Acid 70% Product Summary

Glycolic acid is an organic compound with the chemical formula C2H4O3. Medical grade glycolic acid is ordered online at LabAlley.com for medicinal uses, as an ingredient in personal skincare products. Glycolic acid 70% can be too harsh for some skin and can result in chemical burns and blistering. For those who can tolerate a 70% glycolic acid solution, application should occur no more than once per week. Glycolic acid is used for exfoliation, various skin conditions, fighting wrinkles, reducing scarring, and eliminating skin discoloration, and also as a dyeing and tanning agent. At room temperature, glycolic acid is a white powder. The substance is odorless and hydroscopic, meaning it attracts and holds water molecules from its surroundings. Glycolic acid is most often extracted from sugar cane plants and citrus fruits.

Glycolic acid 70% is found mostly in the tanning and dyeing industry, as it enhances properties of the tanning and dyeing process. It removes calcium oxide efficiently for deliming, acts as a chrome complexant in the pickling process, and offers higher color intensity and distribution throughout the end product. Hides dyed with glycolic acid are soft to the touch, but do not affect any physical properties of leather. Heating glycolic acid does not produce corrosive byproducts, and requires less usage than other chemical alternatives, such as sulfuric acid.

Additional Information On Glycolic Acid 30% From Wikipedia

Glycolic acid is used in the textile industry as a dyeing and tanning agent, in food processing as a flavoring agent and as a preservative, and in the pharmaceutical industry as a skin care agent. It is also used in adhesives and plastics. Glycolic acid is often included into emulsion polymers, solvents and additives for ink and paint in order to improve flow properties and impart gloss. It is used in surface treatment products that increase the coefficient of friction on tile flooring. It is the active ingredient in the household cleaning liquid Pine-Sol.

Due to its capability to penetrate skin, glycolic acid finds applications in skin care products, most often as a chemical peel. Physician-strength peels can have a pH as low as 0.6 (strong enough to completely keratolyze the epidermis), while acidities for home peels can be as low as 2.5. Once applied, glycolic acid reacts with the upper layer of the epidermis, weakening the binding properties of the lipids that hold the dead skin cells together. This allows the stratum corneum to be exfoliated, exposing live skin cells.

Safety And Toxicity Of Glycolic Acid

Glycolic acid is a strong irritant depending on pH. Like ethylene glycol, it is metabolized to oxalic acid, which could make it dangerous if ingested.

Additional Information About Glycolic Acid From PubChem

Glycolic acid (or hydroxyacetic acid) is the smallest alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA). This colourless, odourless, and hygroscopic crystalline solid is highly soluble in water. Due to its excellent capability to penetrate skin, glycolic acid is often used in skin care products, most often as a chemical peel. It may reduce wrinkles, acne scarring, and hyperpigmentation and improve many other skin conditions, including actinic keratosis, hyperkeratosis, and seborrheic keratosis. Once applied, glycolic acid reacts with the upper layer of the epidermis, weakening the binding properties of the lipids that hold the dead skin cells together. This allows the outer skin to dissolve, revealing the underlying skin. It is thought that this is due to the reduction of calcium ion concentrations in the epidermis and the removal of calcium ions from cell adhesions, leading to desquamation. Glycolic acid is a known inhibitor of tyrosinase. This can suppress melanin formation and lead to a lightening of skin colour. Acute doses of glycolic acid on skin or eyes leads to local effects that are typical of a strong acid (e. g. dermal and eye irritation). Glycolate is a nephrotoxin if consumed orally. A nephrotoxin is a compound that causes damage to the kidney and kidney tissues. Glycolic acid's renal toxicity is due to its metabolism to oxalic acid. Glycolic and oxalic acid, along with excess lactic acid, are responsible for the anion gap metabolic acidosis. Oxalic acid readily precipitates with calcium to form insoluble calcium oxalate crystals. Renal tissue injury is caused by widespread deposition of oxalate crystals and the toxic effects of glycolic acid. Glycolic acid does exhibit some inhalation toxicity and can cause respiratory, thymus, and liver damage if present in very high levels over long periods of time.

Glycolic acid is a 2-hydroxy monocarboxylic acid that is acetic acid where the methyl group has been hydroxylated. It has a role as a metabolite and a keratolytic drug. It is a 2-hydroxy monocarboxylic acid and a primary alcohol. It derives from an acetic acid. It is a conjugate acid of a glycolate.

Specifications

Glycolic Acid, Lab Grade, 70% Features:

Molar Mass 76.05 g/mol
Density 1.49 g/cm3
Boiling Point Decomposes
Melting Point: 75 °C
Applications
Common Uses
  • Esterification
  • Reagent
Commercial/industrial applications
  • Polymer industries
  • Emulsion manufacturing
  • Paint industries

How to Use Glycolic Acid 

Glycolic acid is used for chemical peels. They help treat multiple skin conditions like acne, acne scars, large pores, dark spots, and sun damage. When using glycolic acid at home start with a 10% concentration or less. It is best to use the product in the evening to give your skin time to heal. Otherwise use a light moisturizer with sunscreen. First clean your face, it should not be greasy. You can apply some petroleum jelly around the more sensitive areas of your face like the eyes, mouth, and nose. Apply the glycolic acid with a cotton swab or brush. Wait 3 to 5 minutes or until the area turns red. If you feel itching or burning turn on a fan. Rinse the treated area with water, then repeat every 2 weeks for 4-6 months. 

Glycolic Acid 10%

Most face washes use a 10% concentration of glycolic acid. Using a 10% glycolic acid product daily gives similar results as going to a dermatologist for a higher-concentration peel less frequently.

GLYCOLIC ACID | What Does It Do? | What Is It Used For? | Mature Skin | Oily Skin over 40 [YouTube Video]

Glycolic Acid Acne 

When products containing glycolic acid are applied to the skin it weakens the “glue” that holds dead skin cells together. The glycolic acid removes the top layer of old skin cells. This then reveals the healthy living cells under the surface of the skin. Glycolic acid ensures the pores are less likely to become clogged and acne breakouts are less likely to occur. 

Glycolic Acid Structure 

Glycolic acid is slightly stronger than acetic acid due to the electron-withdrawing power of the terminal hydroxyl group. The carboxylate group can coordinate to metal ions forming coordination complexes. 

What Is Glycolic Acid, and What Are Its Benefits For Your Skin? [YouTube Video]

Best Glycolic Acid Products 

Glycolic acid is a great skin care product. It is all encompassing when it comes to acne treatment. But there are a lot of products out there. Each product can be beneficial in different ways. It depends on what your goal is for using glycolic acid. Here are a couple blogs that discuss in detail what products they think are the best containing glycolic acid. The 5 best glycolic acid products and 12 best glycolic acid products for acne and wrinkles in 2019. 

Glycolic Acid the Ordinary 

The ordinary is an evolving collection of treatments with the goal to raise pricing and communication integrity in skincare. It is “clinical formulations with integrity”, they offer a 7% glycolic acid toning solution that exfoliates the skin.

Glycolic Acid Toner

Glycolic acid has various levels of potency and it comes in a wide array of products. Like cleansers, toners, creams, masks and peels. For a list of the 8 best glycolic acid toners click here. 

Glycolic Acid Side Effects 

Most concentrations of 10% like in lotions or creams are likely safe for most people when applied to the skin. Glycolic acid can cause mild skin irritation, redness, swelling, itching, and skin discoloration. For more information about side effects click here. 

Safety and Handling

Safety And Hazards Information For Glycolic Acid From PubChem

Glycolic acid is combustible. For 70% glycolic acid solutions and above, skin contact may cause severe skin irritation with discomfort or rash. Higher or prolonged exposure may cause skin burns or ulceration. Eye contact may cause eye corrosion with corneal or conjunctival ulceration. Permanent eye damage can occur.

Toxicity results indicate that glycolic acid (70%) causes effects that are typical of a strong acid, such as dermal and eye irritation; however, concentrations of < 5%, typically used in cleaning formulations, are not irritating to the skin.

Glycolic acid is a mild irritant to skin, and mucous membranes. It is also a severe eye irritant, a skin and a mucous membrane irritant.

Glycolic Acid 70% Solution Shipping Information:
DOT: Corrosive liquid, acidic, organic, n.o.s. (glycolic acid), 8, UN3265, PG II

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My experience was very good. I have been buying reagents for a long time via Ricca, LabChem, GFS, Spectrum, etc...and it was refreshing to cold call and actually have someone pick up the phone. Her name escapes me, but she was very helpful and just overall pleasant. I only gave 4 stars because after stressing the need of said item and being under the impression it was shipping out that day...It actually didn't ship until the next day which in return pushed back the receiving day. Everything worked out and I plan to reach out and see what kind of potential business relationship can possibly be in our future. Thanks again. Mason Harransky Eagle Technologies, Inc.

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