Zinc

Zinc is very important for the synthesis of DNA and RNA part of the proteins, insulin and sperms. Zinc is also required for metabolism of carbohydrate, fat, and protein. It burns alcohol to release carbon dioxide. Zinc helps in the absorption of vitamin A. It has been estimated that more than seventy different enzymes are dependent on zinc to perform their tasks. Zinc strengthens the immune system, which helps in wounds healing. It is essential for the growth and maintenance of body tissues. Zinc has a very important role in the development of fetus and the growth of the embryo to a baby.

Zinc Chloride is termed as the “Butter of Zinc” and is used in escharotic’s skin creams or ointment. It is helpful in treatment of skin cancer and other problematic skin conditions. Zinc chloride favors the absorption of the herbal nutrients and benefiting ingredients through the skin layer and into the blood flow.



Zinc Oxide is used as an astringent to remove oil from the skin. It has a protecting, soothing and healing impact on the skin. It is also good for sun protection as a sunscreen. Zinc Pyrithione is a widely used as a compound in dandruff shampoos. It has cytotoxic and antifungal properties but may have side effects and therefore, the FDA does not approve it. Zinc Stearate used in powder preparations to enhance texture and for lubrication

Zinc as a mineral is significant to remove acne from the skin. It is good for sperm production and healthy male reproduction system. It plays an important role in the production of hormone, insulin and cellular DNA.



Zinc acne treatment is done to eliminate or remove oil from the skin. This prevents further acne growth due to the production of new white blood cells. It also defends the body from free radicals.



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