Azelaic Acid powder (123-99-9) video
Azelaic Acid powder (123-99-9) Specifications
|Product Name||Azelaic Acid powder|
|Chemical Name||▪ NONANEDIOIC ACID
▪ Anchoic acid
|Drug Class||Anti-inflammation peptide,removing beverage peptide|
|Monoisotopic Mass||188.23 g/mol|
|Melting Point||98 °C|
|Biological Half-Life||About 12 hours|
|Color||White to slightly yellow powder|
|Solubility||Soluble in water 2.4 g/L (20 ºC)|
|Storage Temperature||Store at 25°C (77°F)|
|Application||Used to treat the pimples and swelling caused by acne|
Azelaic Acid powder (123-99-9) Description
Azelaic acid powder is used to clear the bumps, lesions, and swelling caused by rosacea (a skin disease that causes redness, flushing, and pimples on the face). Azelaic acid cream is used to treat the pimples and swelling caused by acne. Azelaic acid powder is in a class of medications called dicarboxylic acids. It works to treat rosacea by decreasing the swelling and redness of the skin. It works to treat acne by killing the bacteria that infect pores and by decreasing production of keratin, a natural substance that can lead to the development of acne.
Azelaic acid products in concentrations of 10% or less aren’t easy to find, as very few brands have discovered its powerful skincare benefits, perhaps because it’s just such a tricky ingredient to formulate properly. If not formulated properly, the texture may be grainy, which could be problematic for skin.
If you’re wondering whether to choose a cosmetic azelaic acid skin care product or a prescription version, research has shown that a 10% concentration can still improve many of the visible imperfections some of us struggle with, from bumps to dull, uneven skin tone and various concerns related to aging.
But, there are some stubborn or advanced skin concerns where it’s best to consider one of the prescription products with azelaic acid powder. You and your dermatologist can discuss whether a prescription azelaic acid powder product is right for you, and how to work it into your skincare routine.