Sunday, April 15, 2012

Panthenol Cream to Cure Acne

Panthenol (Dexpanthenol)
It is the alcohol analog of pantothenic acid (vitamin B5). It is marketed as a "provitamin", even though its effects as a vitamin had never been widely used before. In a living cell, it is quickly oxidized to pantothenate which then becomes an important part of the compound "Coenzyme A".

Studies have shown that topical application of D-Panthenol on mammalian skin resulted in conversion into Pantothenic acid. In ointments and creams, panthenol has good skin penetration. It is used for treatment of sunburns, mild burns and minor skin disorders. Numerous studies have shown that use of panthenol resulted in an increase in cell proliferation, which in turn accelerate the healing process and reduced scarring.

 Since the late 1940's, panthenol has been widely used in cosmetics and household products. It is approved for use worldwide for personal care formulas.

Use of panthenol cream to treat acne efficiently replaces oral Pantothenic acid used for that purpose, and protects the body from its very high doses used over long times. High doses of pantothenic acid for long times may produce side effects like, hair fall, vitamin imbalance, fatty liver infiltration ...etc.

 How To Get Rid of Acne Overnight and Forever  ebook teaches the best way to use panthenol cream to cure acne whenever you want, even before it starts to show up.

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