Vitamin B 5, pantothenic acid, is found in all living cells of plants and animals. It's a powerful and essential nutrient for normal growth and body development. It's critical for the development of red blood cells. It's found in nearly every food including: egg yolks, nuts, fish, whole bran cereals, oatmeal, fresh vegetables and more.
-- Produces Energy
-- Aids Digestive System
-- Produces Anti-bodies; Fights Infections
-- Enhances Immune System
-- Helps Prevent Rheumatoid Arthritis
This vitamin is one of the B complex family of vitamins. It's water soluble and a stable form of pantothenic acid. It was discovered by Roger J. Williams back in 1919.
Panthenol is the, "pro vitamin", alcohol form of pantothenic acid. Its other names include: dexpanthenol, D-panthenol or DL-panthenol.
Panthenol is natural, non-toxic and safe to handle. It's non-irritating to the eyes. It's free of any skin irritation and photosensitization.
Panthenol is found in commercial and homemade products, for the skin, hair and scalp. Studies report when used in shampoo, it prevents hair damage caused by overheating. Conditions scalp without build-up. Reduces damage of split ends. Moisturizes.
Panthenol is a natural humectant. It attracts, retains and binds water. It soothes, heals and moisturizes dry itchy skin and itchy scalp conditions.
Spencer's Farm homemade shampoo contains DL-Panthenol. It's healthy for hair and scalp. No added conditioners are needed.
This homemade shampoo prevents against scalp build-up, unlike most commercial shampoos. Commercial shampoos may contain harsh "manufactured" chemicals, causing dryness, flakiness and dandruff.
Hair is left clean, moisturized, soft, shiny and manageable.
BENEFITS - (Skin Care)
-- Absorbs Easily
-- Helps Prevent Acne
-- Moisturize & Condition
-- Strengthen Fingernails
-- Soothe Minor Irritations
-- Reduce Fine Lines & Wrinkles
-- Antimicrobial; (prevents growth of bacteria)
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