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Why does my coenzyme Q10 skincare product have crystals?

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Published February 20, 2024, by Maylis, Chemical Engineer — 1 min read

The coenzyme Q10 is naturally present in the body's cells. However, starting around the age of 30 on average, its production tends to decrease, which leads to the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin's surface. Thanks to its revitalizing properties, coenzyme Q10, as a cosmetic active ingredient, promotes oxygenation and cellular renewal. It thus delays skin aging.

A skincare product containing this molecule should not be stored in a place that is too cold. Indeed, this can lead to the crystallization of Q10 and small white crystals may appear at the bottom of your product. Therefore, place your Q10 skincare product at room temperature to make the crystals disappear. These temperature variations do not alter the effectiveness of the product.

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