Name: Malic acid
Synonyms: hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296
Chemical formula: C4H6O5
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Malic acid (hydroxybuccinic acid, Latin Acidum malicum, E296) - an organic chemical compound, a dicarboxylic hydroxyl occurring e.g. in apples and rhubarb.
supports fat burning
removes harmful products of metabolism
excellent acidity regulator, stronger than citric acid
3-5% rinsing solution
malic acid solution above 10% - antifungal properties, in an acidic environment, inhibits the growth of bacteria and fungi,
strengthens the properties of antioxidants,
is widely used in cosmetics (production of lipsticks, creams, lotions, tonics)
Peeling: prepare a 10% solution of malic acid and water and mix with 1 tablespoon of magnesium sulphate (bitter salt).
Soaking feet in a 15% aqueous solution of malic acid. Malic acid softens horny heels and hard nails.