Vitamin B5 and derivatives

Calcium pantothenate has a positive effect on the migration and proliferation of skin fibroblasts. It stimulates fibroblast activity, suppresses free radicals, and enhances collagen and elastin production. A vital ingredient that heals, firms, and renews the skin.
Ethyl Panthenol (or Panthenyl ethyl ether) is the ethyl ether derivative of Panthenol (provitamin B5). As a result of the presence of an ethyl group, the penetration into hair and skin is enhanced, and the moisturization effect is increased.
Panthenol is a provitamin of Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), part of the B-complex group, is present in all living cells and is a constituent of coenzyme A. The critical function of this coenzyme is to act as a carrier in acetylation reactions (Krebs cycle).
Vitamin B5 and citric acid combine to provide deep-penetrating moisture, infinitely soothe the skin and maintain softness and elasticity.
Vitamin B5 is used as a wound-healing accelerator and a moisturizer. It widely used in pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.