Fulvic Acid: The Little-Known Cosmetics and Skincare Ingredient Packing a Beneficial Burst
Did you realize fulvic acid and our MLG-50 product can be a beneficial ingredient in cosmetic and skincare products? Over the past few years there have been a vast number of research projects conducted and articles published on fulvic acid benefits through skincare and cosmetics. A simple search can reveal a wealth of knowledge around fulvic acid.
Below are 3 articles that particularly stood out. Ranging from skin healing, anti-aging and energizing attributes to anti-inflammatory, astringent and anti-oxidant support, fulvic acid is a hidden treasure to most though we have been professing its praises since 1997.
See the below abstracts or full articles to learn more.
Nature’s Skin Remedy: A Closer Look at the Skin-Clearing Benefits of Fulvic Acid by Elina Fedotova as published in Dermascope.
Abstract: Fulvic acid is not yet widely known or used in the skin care industry, but it is one of the most effective and healing ingredients available. With a gentle pH of 3.2, fulvic acid can be taken internally. It can also serve as an acid peel, while healing and energizing the skin. A fulvic acid peel can simultaneously deliver mild exfoliation and reduce redness. Various concentrations of fulvic acid can be used and liquid fulvic acid can also be applied to the skin undiluted.
Fulvic Acid – A Natural and Multifaceted Approach to the Management of Inflammatory Dermatosis by Varsha Narayanan published in The Indian Practitioner.
Abstract: Fulvic Acid is a part of Humic substances found in the humus of soil. It has the advantage of higher oxygen content, water solubility at all pH, and low molecular weight as compared to other humic substances. Fulvic acid has been studied for its various clinical benefits including anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-oxidant, anti-allergic and anti-microbial properties which makes it a useful option in the management of inflammatory conditions of the skin (inflammatory dermatosis like eczema, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis).
Development of Functional Nourishing Cream Using Fulvic Acid by ByungWan Jo, JunHo Jo and Yunsung Lee from Hanyang University.
Abstract: Fulvic acid is a natural material contained within soil that contains an ample amount of minerals and various functionalities such as antioxidation, currently making it a popular choice as a raw material for food, medicine and cosmetic products. Therefore, the research is to develop functional cosmetics for the prevention of skin aging by using fulvic acid, a natural humic substance that is effective in improving whitening and wrinkle.
In addition, Mineral Logic’s Dr. Mark K Williams, PhD, has compiled a list of benefit areas of fulvic acid supported by published studies. See the range of benefits here:
Whether your products fall under the categories of nutraceutical, beverage, functional food, or body-care, fulvic acid may very well be the supplement to set you apart, to truly assist you with helping your customers reach optimal health.
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Disclaimer: Our fulvic products are for supporting overall health by way of supplying minerals, trace minerals, antioxidants, electrolytes, and other micro-nutrients. Our products are NOT meant for the treatment mitigation or prevention of any disease or health ailments.