Ceramides powder (100403-19-8) video
Ceramides powder (100403-19-8) Specifications
|Product Name||Ceramides powder|
|Drug Class||anti-aging peptide|
|Color||A crystalline solid|
|Solubility||water, 1.111e-009 mg/L @ 25 °C (est)|
|Application||Use in cosmetic|
Ceramides powder (100403-19-8) Description
Ceramides are heterogeneous class of lipids present in stratum corneum of the skin epidermis. Ceramides are involved in regulating transepidermal water loss through skin. Decrease in ceramide content or change in ceramides pattern can lead to various skin disorders. Skin appearance can be improved by topical supplementation of ceramides or any agent that can promote the lipid synthetic capability of epidermis.
Though plants and animals are good source of ceramides, they are not a viable source as the extraction process is laborious and not so economical. Nowdays, there are many Synthetic Ceramides powder sale online, and the ceramides powder price is workable.
Ceramides powder are currently used in cosmetics especially for dry skin conditions and are prescribed as dietary supplements. Companies claim that applying ceramides to the skin, or taking ceramides by mouth, can reduce dryness, lines and wrinkles, and repair and firm aging skin.
Ceramides use in cancer theraphy
Ceramides, a sphingolipid metabolite, is a frequently targeted protein implicated in drug resistance. These molecules favor oncogenesis by acting as potent mediators of cellular responses like cell differentiation, proliferation, cell migration, adhesion, and apoptosis. Ceramides, which is generated through de novo biosynthesis or derived from recycling of membrane sphingomyelin, is converted to sphingolipids (vital signal transducers and cell regulators in growth suppression and apoptosis) in the presence of P-gp. It coadministers P-gp antagonists with short-chain ceramides (C6-ceramide (CER)) to accelerate cancer cell death.