Healthpoint B5 Panthenol Nappy Ointment With Pro-Vitamin B5 30g
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Najafiasl, M., et al.(2020). Alginate-based electrospun core/shell nanofibers containing dexpanthenol: A good candidate for wound dressing [Abstract].
Main Benefits: Binds to and holds water in the skin, moisturizing and leaving it soft, smooth, and more supple. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and is involved in activating the proliferation of cells that are important for wound healing and restoring the function of the skin barrier. Panthenol is present in a wide variety of hair care products, with some evidence suggesting it may help prevent hair loss.If you’ve been over-exfoliating, using retinol, harsh actives, or harsh cleansers, you’re likely to experience sensitivity, irritation, redness, and itching. That’s how you know your skin barrier is compromised. Panthenol also works as a moisturizer, meaning that it also increases the oil content. When we say oil, we don’t mean the excess oil that causes clogged pores or breakouts. Provitamin B5 or Panthenol is suitable for use with all skin types. It is known for its many beneficial skin care properties, including:
Panthenol can be found in the ingredients in hair conditioners or body wash. Panthenol is used commonly in skincare and cosmetic products. Loftus, E. V., Jr., Tremaine, W. J., Nelson, R. A., Shoemaker, J. D., Sandborn, W. J., Phillips, S. F., and Hasan, Y. Dexpanthenol enemas in ulcerative colitis: a pilot study. Mayo Clin.Proc. 1997;72(7):616-620. View abstract. Just like hyaluronic acid, panthenol is also an ingredient that comes in almost all skincare products. It’s not what they call “a rare, expensive commodity”. But it’s great for all skin types, especially for people with sensitive skin.
Davis, M., Thomas, J., van de Velde, S., Boissy, Y., Dawson, T., Iveson, R., & Sutton, K. (2011, December). A novel cosmetic approach to treat thinning hair. British Journal of Dermatology, 165, S24-S30. Retrieved from Costa, S. D., Muller, A., Grischke, E. M., Fuchs, A., and Bastert, G. [Postoperative management after cesarean section--infusion therapy and role of intestinal stimulation with parasympathomimetic drugs and dexpanthenon]. Zentralbl.Gynakol. 1994;116(7):375-384. View abstract. Zollner, C., Mousa, S., Klinger, A., Forster, M., and Schafer, M. Topical fentanyl in a randomized, double-blind study in patients with corneal damage. Clin.J.Pain 2008;24(8):690-696. View abstract.
Gorski, J., et al.(2020). Dexpanthenol in wound healing after medical and cosmetic interventions (postprocedure wound healing).
Panthenol is a humectant, which refers to the ability to hold and bind to water. Panthenol also has the added benefit of being an emollient which means that it helps to keep the water in the skin and hair, preventing it from being lost to the environment. Panthenol may have anti-inflammatory benefits to the skin as well. There have been some studies that suggest that it may help reduce the appearance of UV-induced redness and may alleviate the itching associated with dermatitis. What Are The Misconceptions About Panethnol? Panethol’s main benefit is that it helps to draw water into the skin. Acting as a humectant, panthenol binds to water molecules and holds them in the skin. Hydrated skin is able to function properly and is responsible for dewy, plumped-looking skin. This makes panthenol great for skin types that endure harsh climates or air conditioning and heating as it is able to compensate for some of the transepidermal water loss that occurs in these environments. Transepidermal water loss refers to the loss of moisture that occurs from our skin to the environment. As we age our skin’s ability to minimize water loss reduces, resulting in dehydrated skin. Dehydrated skin is often responsible for that dullness and matte look.