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Efficient Transdermal Penetration and Improved Stability of L-Ascorbic Acid Encapsulated in an Inorganic Nanocapsule

  • Yang, Jae-Hun (National Nanohybrid Materials Laboratory, School of Chemistry & Molecular Engineering, Seoul National University) ;
  • Lee, Sun-Young (Nanohybrid Co. Ltd., Biotechnology Incubating Center, Seoul National University) ;
  • Han, Yang-Su (Nanohybrid Co. Ltd., Biotechnology Incubating Center, Seoul National University) ;
  • Park, Kyoung-Chan (Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University) ;
  • Choy, Jin-Ho (National Nanohybrid Materials Laboratory, School of Chemistry & Molecular Engineering, Seoul National University)
  • Published : 2003.04.20

Abstract

Encapsulation of L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) within a bio-compatible layered inorganic material was achieved by coprecipitation reaction, in which the layered inorganic lattice and its intercalate of vitamin C are simultaneously formed. The nano-meter sized powders of vitamin C intercalate thus prepared was again encapsulated with silica nano-sol to form a nanoporous shell structure. This ternary nanohybrid of vitamin Clayered inorganic core-$SiO_2$ shell exhibited an enhanced storage stability and a sustained releasing of vitamin C. Furthermore, the nano-encapsulation of vitamin C with inorganic mineral was very helpful in delivering vitamin C molecules into skin through stratum corneum, facilitating transdermal penetration of vitamin C in topical application.

Keywords

Layered inorganic material;L-Ascorbic acid;Encapsulation;Intercalation;Transdermal penetration

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