Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid is a water-soluble vitamin needed for life. Models identified with skin irritation and loss of hair color could be the result of a severe pantothenic acid deficiency. As a result, the cosmetics industry began to add pantothenic acid to various cosmetic products.

In addition to its role in the construction and maintenance of bones and teeth, calcium also has numerous metabolic functions.

It affects the transport function of cell membranes, acting as a membrane stabilizer.

It also influences the transmission of ions through the membranes, and the release of neurotransmitters. Calcium is required in nerve transmission and in the regulation of heartbeats.

The proper balance of calcium, sodium, potassium and magnesium ions maintains muscle tone and controls nervous irritability.

 

Although it only exists in small amounts in living beings, iron has assumed a vital role in the growth and survival of the same and is necessary not only to achieve adequate tissue oxygenation, but also for the metabolism of most of the cells.

 

 

This collaborates with the proper functioning of the immune system, is necessary for the healing of wounds, intervenes in the perceptions of taste and smell and in the synthesis of DNA.