Sebum is essential for lubricating the hair, keeping skin supple, and maintaining the protective acid mantle of the skin. But as we know, too much sebum can cause oily skin and dandruff.
Zinc salts like GLUCONAL ZN reduce the sebum levels by inhibiting the enzymes that cause dihydrotestosterone (DHT) – with benefits that include reducing oily skin, tackling dandruff (caused by increased fungi that thrive on excess sebum), and also potentially combating hair loss, especially for those in Asia and South America.
In all, it’s a natural and effective way to boost your hair care applications.
A readily available zinc source
Sebum control & moisturizing
Neutral tasting zinc source for oral care
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Stimulate exfoliation and cell renewal, moisturize, and increase dermal and epidermal thickness.Read more
A USP grade calcium lactate with a more neutral taste and much higher solubility and dissolution rate than other calcium compounds.Read more
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Our moisturizing ingredients are excellent humectants and play a key role in the skin's own natural moisturization mechanism.Read more