Drug – bio-affecting and body treating compositions – Designated organic active ingredient containing – Having -c- – wherein x is chalcogen – bonded directly to...
The invention features a method of stabilizing free 1-ascorbic acid from oxidation by dispersing the free 1-ascorbic acid in a mixed glycol carrier and a solution containing the ascorbic acid in the mixed glycol solution. The mixed glycol carrier contains a mixture of at least propylene glycol and butylene glycol, but may contain other glycols such as polyethylene glycol , and stabilizing and solubility assisting agents as well.
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