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Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate

Our database includes 159 products that contain Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate.

Explained

Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate (PAD) comes from the condensation of azelaic acid mixed with glycine.

This ingredient has similar properties to azelaic acid; it can help reduce sebum production and soothe skin. PAD also inhibits tyrosinase activity to help brighten skin. Tyrosinase is an enzyme that controls melanin production.

A study from 2023 found 5% PAD combined with nicotinamide (a form of niacin) effectively reduced melanin production after 6 weeks.

Several studies from the 2010's also show PAD to be effective in alleviating symptoms of Rosacea.

Though this ingredient is considered a gentle active, higher amounts may result in irritation.

Unlike azelaic acid, this ingredient is water-soluble. This property makes it easier to formulate into skincare products.

Also known as: Azeloglicina and Azeclair

Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate is a rare cosmetic ingredient, with about 0.3% of the products in our database containing it.

What it does:

Skin Conditioning

Community Stats

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Often have the following skin types:

Sensitive Oily

Usually have one or more of the following skin concerns:

Redness • Oiliness • Sensitivity • Texture

Where it's used

Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate is most often found as ingredient number 9 within an ingredient list.

Of the 4 products in our database that have a known concentration of Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate, we've seen concentrations from 2% to 8% specified within their ingredient lists.

These are the categories of products that use Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate the most:

CosIng Data

  • CosIng ID: 59029
  • INCI Name: POTASSIUM AZELOYL DIGLYCINATE
  • EC #:  470-270-6
  • All Functions: Skin Conditioning
What is CosIng?

CosIng is the European Commission database for information on cosmetic substances and ingredients.

SkinSort uses CosIng to source some of it's data on ingredient names and functions.