Lactic Acid L(+), 88% | 551 lbs Drum

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L(+) Lactic Acid 88% liquid also known as Milk Acid is manufactured and packaged by Jungbunzlauer in bulk 55 gallon (551 pound) drums. 

Milk Acid naturally occurs in the human body and fermented food as an organic acid. The fermentation process requires natural bacteria to feed on the sugar and starch of food, which results in the production of lactic acid. B-vitamins, enzymes, and more benefits come from the fermentation process. L(+) form is preferred for better metabolism and natural carbohydrates. It is used in food and personal care products. 

As an ingredient in personal care products, Lactic Acid has the ability to boost skin’s moisture levels—even as it exfoliates. At higher concentrations, lactic acid acts as an exfoliator helping to dissolve connections between skin cells, while at lower levels it is used as a humectant, meaning it can actually help hydrate skin by pulling in water to the outer skin layer.


Lactic Acid is FDA certified under 21 CFR 184.1061 and is GRAS. It is Kosher under the Orthodox Union and is Halal certified. It does not use genetically modified microorganisms for fermentation. 


Lactic Milk is a flavor enhancer and a mild-tasting acidity regulator with antibacterial properties. It is nearly odorless and yellowish in color with a syrupy texture. Lactic Acid is easily biodegradable and has a pH (50%) value of less than 2 at 25°C. It is an aqueous solution and is stable under normal temperatures and conditions but should not be exposed to higher than 200°C.

3 Uses Submitted

  • Brewing

    Posted by James on Aug 13th 2020

    To lower the ph of beer.

  • Cosmetic and skin care

    Posted by Heidi on Apr 3rd 2020

    Used as a skin peel

  • Brewing

    Posted by Jonathon on Oct 1st 2019

    We use it to lower the ph of our wort.

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