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Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8

Ceramide 2 product

 

Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8 Quick Details

Chemical Name: Ceramide

CAS Reg. Name : Ceramide 2

Other name: Ceramide E

Chemical Name: 1,3-Hexadecanediol,2-Hexadecanamide ;

Palmitoyl-C16-Dihydrosphingosine 1-Stearoyl-C18-Sphingosine

CAS No.:100403-19-8

 

Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8 Typical Properties

CONTENT SPECIFICATIONS
Appearance White to pale yellow powder
Assay 95.0% min
Melting Point(℃) 74.0-78.0
Heavy metal(Pb,ppm) Not more than 20
Arsenic(As,ppm) Not more than 2

Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8 Usage

Ceramide is the latest generation of moisturizer developed in recent years. It is a water-soluble lipid substance. It is similar to the structure of the material that makes up the stratum corneum of the skin. It can penetrate into the skin quickly and combine with the water in the stratum corneum to form a A mesh structure that locks in moisture.

1. For skin care:

Ceramide is the main component (>50%) of the interstitial lipids in the stratum corneum, which is located on the outermost side of human skin. It plays an important role in preventing water dispersal and protecting against external stimuli. It protects the skin and moisturizes and moisturizes. Features.

The use of ceramide-containing revitalizing essence cosmetics can strengthen the anti-aging function of the skin, keep the skin elastic, smooth and delicate, and reduce the formation of facial wrinkles.

2.For hair care:

Ceramide can repair hair structure, resist external environmental pollution and UV damage, repair damaged cells of hair structure and effectively replenish moisture, improve hair structure and enhance strength.

3.Application in medicine:

Ceramide plays an important role in the inducing biological effects of various cytokines, vitamin D3, Fas and CD28 ligands, and its role in mediating apoptosis is of interest. At the same time, ceramide is also involved in various physiological processes such as cell differentiation. Pathological process. Ceramide can induce apoptosis during epidermal keratinocyte culture. Ceramide is a product of sphingomyelin decomposition in the biofilm bilayer and is recognized as a second messenger; ceramide plays a broad and important role in cell growth, proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis and injury.

Ceramide 2 usage

 

Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8 Packaging and Shipping

1 kg bag,

Or carton or Drum or as requested.

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Ceramide 2 and Ceramide E, CAS 100403-19-8 Storage

Notes: Keep stored in cool, dry conditions in well sealed containers.

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