Anybody have experience in assaying for alpha hydroxy acids in cosmetics products? Is there a standardized FDA/USP test method? I have all sorts of HPLC systems and detectors available (UV, DAD, RI, conductivity, ELSD, fluorescence, and MS, as well as GC and GCMS (I'm also posting on the GC board).
By sha on Thursday, January 6, 2000 - 10:53 am:
You can check at Hamilton website http://www.hamiltoncompany.com. There are a few of applications (chromatogram with conditions) regading analysis of alpha hydroxy acids (glycolic acid and lactic acid) in anti-aging cream.
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