FSS RNA/DNA Complex PBF
Propylene Glycol - Preserved with Phenoxyethanol
Nucleic acids are extremely complex
long chained compounds that have a high molecular weight and exist in every
living organism. They form the genetic make-up of the cell and function to
direct the synthesis of proteins within individual cells.
Nucleic acids are composed of
repeating units called nucleotides. Nucleocides are composed of a pentose
sugar, a nitrogenous base, and a phosphate group. There exist two major classes
of nucleic acids and their names are coined according to the pentose sugar
molecule. Deoxyribonucleic acids (DNA) contain the pentose sugar deoxyribose.
Ribonucleic acids (RNA) contain the pentose sugar ribose. The nitrogenouse
bases are composed of the purine and pyrimidine bases, adenine (A), guanine
(G), and cytosine (C). In the DNA Molecules, there exists thymine (T) in
addition to the AG and C and in the RNA molecules there exists uracil (U) in
addition to the A, G and C bases.
FSS RNA/DNA Complex PBF contains hydrolyzed fractions of RNA
and DNA. These hydrolyzed fractions are lower in molecular weight than the
unhydrolyzed high molecular weight fractions. These lower molecular weight
fractions knowns as nucleotides, will help to increase hair or skin moisture.
May Sediment upon
Standing; Mix Well Prior to Use
Glycol & Hydrolyzed RNA & Hydrolyzed DNA
Almost Colorless Liquid
Storage: Protected from direct
light and humidity at a temperature of 50°-77°F (10°-25°C)
Shelf life: 12 months, properly stored, in sealed container. This product should be added to a formulation at the recommended usage
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