FSS Vitamin ABCDE Liposome PF
Preserved with Leucidal Liquid
FSS Vitamin ABCDE Liposome PF has been developed to contain five essential
vitamins: Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E. Liposomes
have the unique ability to act as vehicles for delivery of both water and
oil-soluble materials to the cells (Please refer to our Liposomes Information Page).
A is an oil-soluble vitamin that
assists in cell differentiation, in addition to being an important factor
involved in sight. It plays a key role in gene transcription and reproduction,
and is vital to the immune system. Vitamin A, also called Retinol, is also
infamous for aiding in skin health. In fact, it is considered one of the top
anti-aging remedies available.
Vitamin B Complex B1, or Thiamine, is a water-soluble vitamin that is
important for healthy maintenance of the skin. Thiamine is involved in many
functions connected with the nervous system and the formation of nerve fibers.
Our skin has millions of nerve endings for varied sensory purposes. Damage to
the nerves leads to reduced, or loss of, skin sensitivity. This sensitivity is
a direct result of a vitamin B1 deficiency. B3 is vital for cell respiration
and the role it plays in releasing energy from nutrients. Also known as Niacin,
B3 is essential to the functioning of the nervous system and proper
circulation. B6 is a coenzyme and exists in three primary forms.
functions of B6 include its utilization during the synthesis of amino acids and
its presence needed to produce hemoglobin. B12, or Cobalaamin, is imperative in
the production of red blood cells, in addition to stimulating the body’s appetite
and aiding in metabolic processes. B2, is an essential antioxidant, but is
easily destroyed by light. Like B1, it is water-soluble and it functions in
processing fats and amino acids. B2 is often referred to as Riboflavin.
C is another water-soluble vitamin
primarily found in citrus products. It has been shown to promote anti-aging and
anti-oxidant properties as Vitamin C is required for collagen production.
Collagen is essential in maintaining healthy-looking, young skin. In addition,
Vitamin C is involved in the regeneration and maintenance of many tissues.
D is one of the only vitamins to be
produced by the body (through exposure to UV light), it is essential in
maintaining healthy skin. With its antioxidant properties, Vitamin D destroys
the action of free radicals that are harmful for body and skin. This prevents
premature aging and results in reduction of aging spots and signs. Vitamin D,
being a major contributor in the process of skin cell metabolism and growth,
also shows effectiveness in treating itching and flaking skin. Vitamin D plays
a key role in the treatment of Psoriasis. Psoriasis is a lifelong recurring
skin condition. The severity ranges from mild where less portion of human body
is affected to severe where a large body area is affected by the disease. The
most common symptoms of this disease are thick, dry, red and scaly patches of
skin, where old skin has yet not shed. Vitamin D in its topical form is
popularly used around the world to treat various skin conditions.
E is a powerful anti-oxidant that
exists in eight forms. The Vitamin E benefits for healthy skin care include its
ability to regulate Vitamin A in the body, which itself is important for
healthy skin. Because of its antioxidant activity, Vitamin E is vital in
protecting skin cells from ultra violet light, pollution, and other elements
that produce cell damaging free radicals. When added to lotions, creams, and
other skin care products, it plays a role in the anti-aging of skin. It helps
skin look younger by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Also,
free radicals are believed to play an important role in skin aging and
therefore the antioxidant activity is quite valuable for this skin problem.
FSS Vitamin ABCDE
Liposome PF was developed through
the liquid dispersion of Vitamins A, B,
C, D and E into liposomes. By encapsulating the vitamins in liposomes,
which can host both water-soluble and fat-soluble materials, enhanced delivery
of the vitamins can be achieved. FSS Vitamin ABCDE Liposome PF can be
added to moisturizers and lotions to achieve the anti-oxidant and anti-aging
benefits provided by these liposome encapsulated vitamins. Encapsulation of
these vitamins in liposomes increases the stability of the vitamins. The
liposomes protect against degradation which can be caused by direct exposure to
UV rays and temperature changes. In some cases, the liposomes allow the
combined vitamins to work in conjunction with one another. In the case of
Vitamin A and E, Vitamin E is used to regulate Vitamin A which allows the
vitamin to perform optimally.
The encapsulation of
Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E in liposomes promotes the distinct and important
function of each vitamin. Use FSS Vitamin ABCDE Liposome PF to convey
the over-all well-being and health of the customer’s skin and to promote the
idea of achieving the optimal results of each vitamin via the benefits shown of
combining these vitamins in liposomes.
Water & Phospholipids & Tocopheryl
Acetate & Retiny Palmitate & Pantothenic Acid & Ascorbyl
Palmitate & Cholecalciferol
Liquid Liposomal Dispersion
Nourishing & Conditioning
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 rate.
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