Astaxanthin Oil Powder Extract Cosmetic Grade
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Astaxanthin Oil Powder Extract Cosmetic Grade

Product name: Astaxanthin Oil Powder Extract Cosmetic Grade
CAS No.:472-61-7
Molecular Formula: 596.84
Molecular Weight: C40H52O4
Botanical Source: Heamotococcus pluvialis
Active ingredient: Astaxanthin oil powder
Storage: Well-closed, dry place with constant 2-8℃

Asta krill oil description

Astaxanthin, also known as xanthine shrimp and lobster shell pigment, is a kind of carotenoid and the synthetic product with the highest content of carotenoids. It is dark pink. Astaxanthin has the strongest antioxidant activity in nature. It widely exists in the biosphere, especially in shrimp, crab, fish, algae, yeast and bird feathers. It is one of the main carotenoids in marine organisms.

Astaxanthin oil function

1. Astaxanthin oil powder extract can eliminate reactive oxygen species on the skin surface, reduce water loss and make the skin smooth.

2. Natural astaxanthin can reduce UV induced inflammation.

3. Astaxanthin can reduce the generation of wrinkles.

Omega 3 astaxanthin application

1. Astaxanthin oil powder is widely used in the skin care industry.

2. Astaxanthin skin care products have strong anti-aging, anti wrinkle, tightening and moisturizing functions.

Astaxanthin powder source

1. Artificial synthesis

Astaxanthin is the end point of carotenoid synthesis. B-carotene needs to add 2 hydroxyl groups and 2 keto groups to be converted into astaxanthin, and artificial chemical synthesis is difficult. Astaxanthin has three isomers: 3s. 3 'S, 3R - 3' S, 3R, and 3'R (also known as left, racemic, and right). Among them, the synthetic astaxanthin is a mixture of three structures, with little antioxidant activity.

2. Biological source

Natural astaxanthin mainly exists in algae, yeast, salmon, trout, shrimp, etc. The astaxanthin from biological sources is safe to use, environmentally friendly, and has broad development prospects. At present, natural astaxanthin is mainly produced by microbial fermentation. The microorganisms that can produce astaxanthin include: Phaffia, a fungus basidiomycetes, two bacteria that assimilate hydrocarbons and green algae that grow in the environment of nitrogen deficiency.