HighlightsQualities: Fine, white crystals
Properties: Exfoliating, acidic
Origin: United States
Cultivation: Conventional Cultivation Definitions
Citric Acid is an anhydrous product ideal for cosmetic applications. It adjusts alkaline pH thus creating a more neutralized product. It can be mixed with baking soda to create fizzing bath formulas and seltzers.
Extraction method: Extracted from Plant Sources. Fermented.
Shelf life: Indefinite when stored properly
Storage: Keep sealed in a cool, dark place. Heat, oxygen, humidity, and light degrade the product.
Most often used as the active ingredient in bath bombs & bath truffles, but equally popular as a natural preservative for many food & personal care products. Anhydrous. Do not inhale. Use up to 30% in bath bombs, or incrementally at 0.1% when used as a pH adjuster. Do not use on broken, compromised or sensitive skin.
100% pure Citric Acid