Fullerenol C60

Description

Oxidation of the skin is an important factor in skin aging. Ultraviolet sunlight, dust and pollution, accelerate this aging.

The cosmetic industry is a fast-growing industry with the continuous development of new active ingredients for skincare products.

There are three important types of Fullerenes: C60, C70, and Fullerenols. All they have been subject to intensive research in the last few years and they display a wide range of different biological activities.

Fullerene is a super anti-oxidant.

  • 172 Times as effective as Vitamin C
  • Stable against light and/or heat
  • Power is long-lasting (more than 24 hours)

Advantages

  • Solvent-free
  • Green chemistry
  • Environmentally friendly synthesis using renewable energy
    (hydroelectric powered plant in Quebec)

Structure

Fullerenol C60

SOL5369

99.99% solvent free

C60(OH)n     n = 30-50

Applications

  • Strong antioxidantcapacities.
  • Strong function of removing free radical.
  • Used as antiviral agents.
  • Anti-aging (preventive effects of cell death).
  • Whitening (melanin control).
  • Inflammation easing (reducing of a ruddy fase).
  • Anti-wrinkle.
  • Sebum oxidation control.
  • Sunscreen / UV cut.
  • Pore tightening.
  • Recover skin barrier.
References
  • (1) “Recent Progresses in Application of Fullerenes in Cosmetics”

    Author(s): Marko Lens. Journal Name: Recent Patents on Biotechnology. Volume 5 , Issue 2 , 2011. DOI : 10.2174/187220811796365707

  • (2) “Use of Fullerenes in Cosmetics”

    Author(s): Marko Lens. Journal Name: Recent Patents on Biotechnology. Volume 3 , Issue 2 , 2009. DOI : 10.2174/187220809788700166.