DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol) Bitartrate (1 ounce)
DMAE bitartrate, short for dimethylaminoethanol, or more popularly known as deanol, is a naturally occurring antioxidant. This DMAE Bitartrate powder (Synonyms: Dimethylaminoethanol Bitartrate, or Deanol Bitartrate) is assayed by the manufacturer to be 99.72% Product. It is a white crystalline powder and does not contain any fillers, additives or anti-caking agents. DMAE is an active ingredient that promotes firm skin, because of its anti aging properties. DMAE is highly alkaline and neutralized with tartaric acid to make it suitable for homemade skin care. To formulate with DMAE you'll need to consider that for every gram of DMAE you want to net in solution you'll have to put about 2.5 grams DMAE Bitartrate.
Recommended Usage Level is betwen 1-3% or 2.5 to 7.5 grams per 100.
Derived from Sucrose fermentation. Free of any added sugar, dairy, yeast, gluten or corn additives.
The benefits of DMAE in dermatology include a potential anti-inflammatory effect and a documented increase in skin firmness with possible improvement in underlying facial muscle tone.
Posted by Nancy Liedel on 28th Jan 2012
I have had to have a mini-facelift because I lost...okay, math time. 325-112 (as of five minutes ago. My aim for my height is a proper and healthy 110)..so that is: 250lbs of, "harder than pushing out a baby, gallstones, finishing your undergrad in four years!
Parts of my face still sag. I get why, but that does not mean I have to tolerate it.
Now the notice. I am not a doctor, although I once played one in a corporate film on how to not be sexually abused by your doctor, never sold, however, that means I know what' was on ER and that's it. Hardly qualified to give medical advice, so I am no expert and you use everything at your risk. I am only relating my story.
I use this in a product to combat my stupid hormonal acne and my sag. I don't know if this is what is doing it. No tests on my skin alone would be a good test. So this is an opinion, it works. My face, even after surgery still bagged in a couple of areas. Not so much now and I'm getting rave reviews from those who have not seen me in a while. That's good enough for me. I suggest you try it and see if it makes a difference. If you sell it making claims, it is a drug and illegal for you to do so without independant efficacy testing. Darn expensive. So deal with anecdotes. Don't worry, your customers will give you plenty.