Bio-Available Mineral Complex 5

Bio-Available Mineral Complex 5 • Oil Soluble

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Bio-Available Mineral Complex 5 OS has been developed to contain five essential min­erals: Silicon, Magnesium, Copper, Iron, and Zinc, which are de­rived from the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Through fermentation, these minerals transform into bioactive materials that our skin, scalp, and hair can easily recognize.

The body can't synthesize minerals. However, they play a key role in overall health and well-being. Without minerals, vitamins could not be utilized, and many enzymatic reactions would not occur. Minerals may be divided into two categories: major elements and micronutrients. The major elements typically include calcium, phosphorous, silicon, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur. The micronutrients include iron, copper, iodine, manganese, zinc, fluorine, cobalt, chromium, molybdenum, and selenium.

Silicon (Si) is an essential trace element that is important in the normal development of bone and connective tissue. Next to oxy­gen, silicon is the most abundant element on earth. However, it is typically found in the form of silicates that do not provide bio-avail­able dietary silicon. Silicon plays an important role in the initial stages of bone development when the protein matrix (which contains collagen and glycosaminoglycans) is constructed. When used in facial cosmetics and hair care, Silicon may help treat, clean, and prevent acne, oily skin, and wrinkles, and strengthen hair follicles, resulting in less brittleness and split ends, helping your skin and hair to look more hydrated.

Magnesium (Mg) is typically found in legumes, dark green vegetables, nuts, whole grains, and cocoa. Mineral water may also be an important source of magnesium. Magnesium plays a key role in at least 300 different enzymatic reactions. Transfer of phosphate groups, the acylation of coenzyme A in the initiation of fatty acid oxidation, and the hydrolysis of phosphate and pyrophosphate are all enzymatic reactions in which magnesium takes part. Magnesium helps to regulate the neuromuscular activity of the heart. It plays a key role in maintain­ing normal heart rhythm. It is also necessary for proper calcium & vitamin C metabolism.

Copper (Cu) is important in the absorption and utilization of iron due to its role as a cofactor in several oxida­tive enzymes. For the skin, it helps oxidize vitamin C and works to form elastin. Copper is as important to hair. It is key to the formation of disulfide cross-linkages in keratinization, which contributes to hair growth. Copper is an essential cofactor for tyrosinase. Copper peptide-based skin care may accelerate
the rebuilding of mechanisms for new collagen and elastin in the skin.

Iron (Fe) is a trace mineral found in every cell of the body. It is an essential mineral for the body because it is part of the hemoglobin in red blood cells and myoglobin in muscles. The role of both of these molecules is to carry oxygen to the tissues in order to maintain basic life functions. Iron is also needed for a healthy immune system and energy production. It is essential for protein formulation, cell maturation, and a carrier of oxygen throughout the body.

Zinc (Zn) is known as a component of nearly a hundred enzymes involved in metabolic processes, most of which work with the red blood cells to move carbon dioxide from the tissues to the lungs. This mineral functions as an important antioxidant to promote normal growth and development and aids in wound healing. Zinc also helps to maintain nor­mal levels of vitamin A in the blood and helps in the protein synthesis of DNA and RNA. Zinc is part of the active site in superoxide dismutase, an antioxidant enzyme, which is part of the cell’s natural defense system. It plays a role in the biochemical reactions of the extra-cellular matrix while enhancing cell division, repair, and growth, aiding in the treatment of skin-related problems such as acne, hyperpigmentation, and wrinkles.

INCI Nomenclature: Helianthus annuus & Saccharomyces/Zinc Ferment & Saccharomyces/Copper Ferment & Saccharomyces/Magnesium Ferment & Saccharomyces/Iron Ferment & Saccharomyces/Silicon Ferment
Appearance: Slightly Hazy/Hazy Liquid
Suggested Use Levels: 0.5-5.0%
Solubility: Oil soluble 
Suggested Applications: Skin and Hair Conditioning / Nourishing. Avoid contact with strong oxidizers.
Storage: Store in a dry place at temperatures not exceeding 32°C (89.6°F). Based on stability studies, the optimum storage temperature for maximization of shelf life is 23 - 25°C (73.4°F - 77°F)However, it may be stored at temperatures between 16 and 32°C (60.8°F - 89.6°F) if such specific temperature control is not available. Do not freeze. 
Shelf life: Retest every 12 months from date of MFG, store properly, in a sealed container.
This product should be added to a formulation at the recommended usage rate.

Common Uses: Bio-Available Mineral Complex 5 OS helps enhance the barrier function of the skin. Provides anti-inflammatory effects. It increases growth factor expression and decreases stress-related factors. Also, it increases cellular energy production.

All products sold are cosmetic grade; External Use Only; Cosmetic & Personal Care Formulations Only.

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