AA2G™

AA2G™

AA2G™ is a stabilized ascorbic acid derivative produced from Vitamin C and starch by enzymatic technology developed by Hayashibara / NAGASE. This proprietary process results in a substance that has greatly improved solubility in water, while retaining the natural biologic functions of Vitamin C.

  • AA2G™ 1.24 MB

    AA2G™ is a stabilized ascorbic acid derivative produced from Vitamin C and starch by enzymatic technology developed by Hayashibara / NAGASE.

    16 Aug 2019

Nagase do Brasil

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NAGASE Personal Care, a division of NAGASE & CO., LTD., is an established supplier of beauty and personal care ingredients from Japan together with our overseas offices. We provide a wide range of spe...NAGASE Personal Care, a division of NAGASE & CO., LTD., is an established supplier of beauty and personal care ingredients from Japan together with our overseas offices. We provide a wide range of specialty, basic and naturally derived ingredients to researchers, formulators, and marketers in the Personal Care industry. With over 180 years of experience as the NAGASE Group, NAGASE Personal Care has built strong working relationships with our customers and will continue to expand our network across the globe. We leverage the strengths of our group companies in manufacturing and logistics to become an international service provider, delivering excellent products and services that suit your needs.More

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