Wound Healing

Wound Healing Ingredients 

Description of Wound healing: wound healing is the process of replacing or renewing damaged tissue of a living organism. Wound healing ingredients focus on accelerating the wound healing process and on protecting wounds from infection or reinjury. Wound healing ingredients can therefore be found in topical pharmaceuticals and in the personal care industry. In the pharmaceutical industry, wound healing ingredients are used in ointments to provide skin renewing and protecting effects. In the personal care industry, wound healing is an important property of some skin care and decorative cosmetics formulations because of their skin softening effects. Examples are Allantion or D-Panthenol75.

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Best available price $16.92/kg

Panthenol; Aqua;
Item #: 1126
A nutrient from the Vitamin B-family, D-Panthenol75 is an anti-inflammatory active that is widely used in skin, hair and nail applications. Known for its many ancillary benefits, D-Panthenol75 is known to boost skin's fibroblasts, reduce fine lines, redness and dry patches in skin and promote the skin's barrier for added protection from environmental toxins. For hair, it provides moisturization and humectant properties leading to increased elasticity, moisture and shine.
Best available price $10.24/kg

Allantoin
Item #: 1057
Allantoin is a skin protectant with anti-irritant properties that promotes the renewal of the skin, softening skin, and aids in wound healing. This active ingredient is widely used in cosmetic and pharmaceutical applications in the form of creams, lotions, lip products, shaving creams, suntan products and baby products. It can also be used in various oral products such as toothpaste and mouthwash. Allantoin complies with CTFA and JSCI requirements.