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CAS NUMBER: 18917-91-4



Aluminium Lactate is a topical astringent that is used as an antiseptic agent. 
Aluminium lactate is used to treat inflammation, itching, and stinging of the infected skin and promotes healing.
Aluminium lactate is a white powder salt made from lactic acid and Aluminium. 

Aluminium ions are astringent (convergent) with skin and mucous membranes. 
Due to this characteristic, Aluminium lactate is used as material for toothpaste.
An alternative to aluminium acetate, Aluminium lactate is produced from lactic acid obtained by fermentation of renewable materials from the sugar / starch industry.

Aluminium lactate is a very fine white powder used to fix (mordant) natural dyes (except indigo & woad) to natural fibres.
Aluminium lactate is an excellent mordant for cellulose (plant) fibres, being easy to use and reliable.
Aluminium Lactate is the aluminium salt of natural lactic acid, which is produced by fermentation from carbohydrates. 

Aluminium lactate is ideal for use in both the cosmetic and oral industries. 
Aluminium lactate is a very effective cross-linker in certain polymer systems.
Aluminium lactate is a chemical compound of Aluminium. Aluminium is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust and is always found combined with other elements such as oxygen, silicon, and fluorine.

Aluminium L-lactate is generally immediately available in most volumes. 
High purity, submicron and nanopowder forms may be considered. 
American Elements produces to many standard grades when applicable, including Mil Spec (military grade); ACS, Reagent and Technical Grade; Food, Agricultural and Pharmaceutical Grade; Optical Grade, USP and EP/BP (European Pharmacopoeia/British Pharmacopoeia) and follows applicable ASTM testing standards. 

Typical and custom packaging is available, as is additional research, technical and safety (MSDS) data. 
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Aluminium lactate is an organic yellowish-white Aluminium salt, with good water solubility.

As an active ingredient from the group of tanning agents, Aluminium lactate is used by our customers in pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
Aluminium Lactate is the aluminium salt of natural lactic acid, which is produced by fermentation from carbohydrates. 
It is ideal for use in both the cosmetic and oral industries.
Aluminium lactate is a compound with formula NH4(C2H4(OH)COO). It is the ammonium salt of lactic acid. It has mild anti-bacterial properties.

Aluminium lactate has E number "E328" and is the active ingredient of the skin lotions Amlactin and Lac-Hydrin.
Aluminium lactate is the chemical combination of lactic acid and ammonium hydroxide. 

Aluminium lactate is used as a skin moisturizer lotion to treat dry, scaly, itchy skin. 
Those who are using it should avoid exposure to sunlight or artificial UV rays, such as sunlamps or tanning beds. 

Aluminium lactate makes skin more sensitive to sunlight, and skin is more likely to sunburn.
Aluminium lactate is used to treat xerosis (dry or scaly skin) and ichthyosis vulgaris (an inherited dry skin condition) in adults and children. 
Aluminium lactate is in a class of medications called alpha-hydroxy acids. It works by increasing skin hydration.

Aluminium lactate is an Aluminium salt of Llactic acid Aluminium lactate uses and applications include: Buffer in cosmetics; fire foam; dietary supplement for foods and pharmaceuticals
Aluminium lactate is a combination of lactic acid and ammonium hydroxide. Aluminium lactate is a moisturizer.
Aluminium lactate is an anti-itch topical medication formulated from 12% lactic acid and ammonium hydroxide. 

Aluminium lactate hydrates the outermost skin layer and promotes skin moisturizing for a prolonged time. 
Aluminium lactate also prevents keratinization of epidermal skin layer, which keeps skin smoother and hydrated for a longer time. 
The FDA approved Aluminium lactate in April 1985.

Aluminium lactate is a salt of stearic acid and Aluminium with the molecular formula Al(OH)2C18H35O2.
Also known as dihydroxyAluminium or dihydroxy (stearato) Aluminium, it is used to form gels in the packaging of medicines and in the preparation of colors for cosmetics.
While considered safe for use, heavy use can cause Aluminium build-up.

Aluminium lactate is a white, wax-like powder (metallic soap) soluble in mineral spirits or hot oil.
Aluminium lactate is insoluble in water, alcohol and ether. But it is soluble in glycol, alkali, BTX, chlorinated hydrocarbons.
Aluminium lactate dissolves well in vegetable oils during heating and if high concentration is used, gelation is seen on cooling.
Aluminium lactate is made by precipitation process using high quality stearic acid and exhibits the following properties: Good gelling and thickening effect, excellent water repellency, transparency and a synergistic effect with zinc stearate or calcium stearate.

Aluminium lactate is used as an emulsifier in cosmetics.
Aluminium lactate is also used as a lubricant in polyamides and in the thermosetting of plastics.

Aluminium lactates use as a water-repellent and hydrophobic enables it to be used as a waterproofing agent in the paint industry.
Aluminium lactate is used as a thickening agent in the production of varnishes and varnishes.
It also finds use as an anti-caking agent in petroleum products.

An Aluminium compound obtained from oils and having a mixture of solid organic acids consisting primarily of Aluminium monostearate and Aluminium monopalmitate in variable proportions.
A fine, white to yellowish-white, voluminous powder with a faint characteristic odour.
Aluminium lactate is insoluble in water, alcohol and ether.
Aluminium lactate is used as a gelling agent in oil-based cosmetic and pharmaceutical formulations.
Aluminium lactate can also be used as a stabilizer in cosmetic emulsions.

Aluminium lactate is a fine white powder often used for its lubricating and emulsion stabilizing properties.
Its hydrophobic nature makes it a good thickener and coating component in a variety of cosmetic applications.
Aluminium lactate is mainly used in the formulation of make-up products such as eyeliner, mascara, lipstick, mascara, face powders and foundation.
Aluminium lactate has been used to help suspend pigments in oil to prevent separation, reduce the amount of oil needed to wet the pigment, and/or increase the body of the paint by forming a gel with the oil, thus requiring less pigment.


As with aluminum lactate, mordanting with aluminum lactate can be performed as a one-step process (although if desired it is possible to follow the tannin-alum method where the fabric is mordanted first with a tannin, then with aluminum lactate).
Aluminum lactate can be used for both hot and cold mordanting.
Aluminum lactate is used to treat dry, scaly, itchy skin.
Aluminum lactate may also be used for purposes not listed in this medication guide.
As a reagent in the biological activity studies of aluminum; in sol-gel processing.

Used as fireproof material.
Natural dyeing – mordant recommended for cellulosic fibers: This mordant is used in the same way and in the same proportions as aluminum acetate for the natural dyeing of cellulosic fibers. 

Aluminium lactates solubilization is complete at room temperature. 
The colors obtained are intense.
Aluminium lactate is used as a thickener in paints, inks and greases; a water repellent for leather and rope; and a lubricant in plastics and rope. 

Aluminium lactate is also used in cement production for waterproofing and air entrainment, and in hot-melt paper coating compounds. 
Because of Aluminium lactate's unusually heavy bodying properties, Aluminium Monostearate is used in the manufacture of paints, inks, greases, and waxes. 
In recent years, hydrophobic Aluminium Monostearate was tested as a low-solubility denitrification substrate for anaerobic bacteria and a source of Aluminium for phosphate precipitation. 

Aluminium lactate has potential for use in a flow-through container for denitrification of oxidized effluent from home sewage systems.
Aluminium lactate, is used in cosmetic formulations for foam as a cutting and not cutting foam and consistency. 
Aluminum monostearate, aluminum distearate and aluminum tristearate are three types. 

Aluminium lactate then the melting point is lower than the others are generally preferred types. 
Aluminium lactate, oleic acid esters (KS Exosel from our product) and combined with spindle oil defoamer was produced. 
Aluminium lactate used as thickeners in cosmetic formulations.

Aluminium lactate are generally used for their lubricating properties. 
Aluminium lactate also help to keep emulsions from separating into their oil and liquid components. 
Aluminium lactates increase the thickness of the lipid (oil) portion of cosmetics and personal care products and reduce the clear or transparent appearance of finished products.





Pure Aluminium lactate is soft, ductile, corrosion resistant and has a high electrical conductivity. 
Aluminium lactate is widely used for foil and conductor cables, but alloying with other elements is necessary to provide the higher strengths needed for other applications. 

Aluminium lactate is one of the lightest engineering metals, having a strength to weight ratio superior to steel.
By utilising various combinations of its advantageous properties such as strength, lightness, corrosion resistance, recyclability and formability, aluminium is being employed in an ever-increasing number of applications. 

This array of products ranges from structural materials through to thin packaging foils.
Aluminium lactate soaps have different and widespread applications, Aluminium lactates being especially important among them. 

Aluminium lactate lactate is useful in paints and enamels and in the flatting of varnishes. 
Aluminium lactate also prevents bleeding and oil separation in putty. 
Aluminium lactate is the most commonly used grade of Aluminium lactate.


Aluminium lactate can be severely deformed without failure. 
This allows aluminium to be formed by rolling, extruding, drawing, machining and other mechanical processes. 

Aluminium lactate can also be cast to a high tolerance.
Alloying, cold working and heat-treating can all be utilised to tailor the properties of aluminium.

-assay: 95%

-form: solid

-mp: >300 °C (lit.)

-Featured Industry: Battery Manufacturing

-SMILES string: C[C@H](O)C(=O)O[Al](OC(=O)[C@H](C)O)OC(=O)[C@H](C)O

-InChI: 1S/3C3H6O3.Al/c3*1-2(4)3(5)6;/h3*2,4H,1H3,(H,5,6);/q;;;+3/p-3/t3*2-;/m000./s1




-water-soluble powder


-Firming: Helps tighten skin pores

-PH regulator: Stabilizes the pH of cosmetics

-Deodorant: Reduces or masks unpleasant body odor






Aluminium lactate must be stored closed, dry, protected against light and at room temperature.


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