Usage name: N-acetylcysteine ​​(NAC)

Obtaining process: Chemical synthesis or extraction from the amino acid cysteine.

Source: Synthetic or extracted from cysteine, a sulfur-containing amino acid found in food proteins.

Provenance, origin: Can be synthesized in the laboratory or extracted from the cysteine ​​present in various protein foods.

Chemical characteristics: N-acetylcysteine ​​is a derivative of the amino acid cysteine.

Dosage form: Capsules, tablets, oral solution.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : Dosages vary depending on the indications. Typically, recommended doses are between 300 and 1800 mg per day for beneficial health effects.

Missions: Protects against free radicals responsible for skin aging and helps eliminate toxins and impurities for healthier skin.

Properties: Antioxidant, detoxifying and regenerating.

Indications: All skin types, particularly skin with imperfections.