HISTORY

Panthenol is derived from vitamin B5, also know as Pantothenic Acid. In cosmetics and personal care products, Panthenol and Pantothenic Acid can be found in moisturizers, skin care products, hair conditioners, shampoos, wave sets, and hair sprays, as well as in makeup products such as eye shadow, lipstick and mascara.

BENEFITS

For the head,  Vitamin B5 works as an anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory properties hydrate the scalp and soothe irritation. Below the skin Surface its  easily absorbed by the skin where it can influence the metabolic processes of epidermal cells. It hydrates epithelial tissue, improves elasticity, and promotes cell regeneration.

After it penetrates the hair cuticle, enters the hair shaft where it promotes moisture retention and provides volume for the hair.

Beyond scalp support, Vitamin B5 also protects strands from styling and environmental damage by locking in moisture and slowing thinning hair.

 spreads evenly across the surface of each strand, forming a smooth film over hair cuticles that adds volume and shine and improves hair texture while preventing tangles.

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