Do you know Tranexamic Acid?
Tranexamic Acid is an organic compound with the formula C8H15NO2. It was first invented in 1961 by a Japanese female doctor, Okamoto Songko, and was named “Mitsuaki acid”. It is a synthetic derivative of the amino acid lysine that has anti-fibrinolytic activity and is therefore used as a hemostatic. It can be obtained from animal offal, seafood, Marine plants, and some poultry meat and eggs.
Tranexamic Acid (Tranexamic Acid) has many benefits, here are some of the main ones:
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1.Whitening and lightening: Tranexamic Acid can inhibit melanin production, improve uneven skin color, lighten spots, and make the skin appear white, soft, bright and crystal clear with perfect skin texture.
2.Hemostatic effect: Tranexamic Acid can inhibit the lysine binding site on the fibrinogen molecule, preventing the conversion of fibrinogen into fibrinolytic enzymes, thus effectively inhibiting fibrinolysis, resulting in hemostasis.
3.Anti-inflammatory effect: Tranexamic Acid can inhibit the inflammatory response, reduce the inflammation of tissue damage.
4.Antiviral effect: Tranexamic Acid can inhibit the replication and spread of viruses, and has certain preventive and therapeutic effects on viral infections.
5.Promote wound healing: Tranexamic Acid can promote skin cell metabolism and accelerate wound healing.
Which is better for skin whitening, Tranexamic Acid or Kojic acid？
Both Tranexamic Acid and Kojic acid are ingredients with whitening effects, but they have slightly different mechanisms of action and effects.
Tranexamic acid is an amino acid that achieves whitening effects by inhibiting melanocyte activity and preventing melanin aggregation. Tranexamic acid also promotes skin cell metabolism, accelerates wound healing, and has anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties. Its whitening effects are usually more pronounced and safe for long-term use.
Kojic acid is a natural antioxidant that inhibits melanin production, improves uneven skin tone and lightens spots. Kojic acid also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce skin inflammation and redness. Kojic acid is also more effective at lightening skin, but some people may experience allergic reactions or skin irritation.
Therefore, there is no way to simply tell which one is a little better because everyone has different skin conditions and reactions. If you want to use whitening ingredients, it is best to consult your doctor or pharmacist for advice and choose the right product for you based on your skin condition and personal needs. At the same time, you should follow your doctor’s advice in the process of using them, and do not adjust the dosage or stop the medication on your own.
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✅Some of the more popular products that contain Tranexamic Acid:
A. Japan’s Shiseido products Shiseido D Program Skin Care Lotion Main ingredients and effects: Formulation of streamlined, whitening and anti-inflammatory Tranexamic Acid, can block the melanin caused by UV rays to prevent color deposition.
B. Taiwan brand MOMUS products MOMUS whitening skin care water with translucent acid main ingredients and effects: 3% of translucent acid plus more than 3% of niacinamide and yeast extract as the main whitening ingredient, but also at the same time can take into account the effective antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, delicate skin effect.
C. Chinese products containing Tranexamic Acid Boleta Repair Essence Main ingredients and effects: 1% Tranexamic Acid + Panax Ginseng Saponin + Dipotassium Glycyrrhizinate + Erythromycetinol, Tranexamic Acid and Dipotassium Glycyrrhizinate is the classic whitening and anti-inflammatory combination, and Erythromycetinol is a common anti-inflammatory ingredient.
🔔 Tranexamic Acid side effects：
First of all, Tranexamic acid may cause gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. In addition, it may cause problems with blood clotting, leading to prolonged bleeding. In some cases, Tranexamic acid may also cause allergic reactions such as itchy skin, rashes, and hives.
Additionally, overdose of Tranexamic acid may also lead to some serious side effects. For example, heavy use may lead to vision problems, such as blurred vision or blurred eyes. In rare cases, Tranexamic acid may also lead to serious side effects such as blood clot formation or cardiac arrest.
Therefore, you should be careful to use transaminic acid in moderation and follow your doctor’s advice. In particular, Transdermal Acid should be used with caution in people with blood clotting disorders or hematologic disorders. In addition, pregnant and lactating women should also avoid using Tranexamic Acid to avoid adverse effects on the fetus or baby.