Appearance: White powder
Ectoin (1,4,5,6-tetrahydro-2-methyl-4-pyrimidinecarboxylic acid) is a natural compound found in several species of bacteria. It is a compatible solute which serves as a protective substance by acting as an osmolyte and thus helps organisms survive extreme osmotic stress. Ectoine is found in high concentrations in halophilic microorganisms and confers resistance towards salt and temperature stress. Ectoine was first identified in the microorganism Ectothiorhodospira halochloris, but has since been found in a wide range of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria. Other species of bacteria in which ectoine was found include.
1.Ectoin combines with water molecules, firmly fixes moisture, smoothes fine lines on the eyes, reduces water loss, and has a long-term moisturizing effect.
2.Ectoin promotes circulation, activates salt week, and bids farewell to dark circles.
Ectoin is responsible for ensuring that high halophilic bacteria do not dehydrate and die in high salt environments. An important substance that maintains the balance of osmotic pressure, its unique molecular structure makes it have a strong ability to complex water molecules. One molecule of ectoin can complex four or five water molecules to structure free water in cells. . During the application, ectoin can continuously improve the skin's moisturizing ability, and the skin water holding capacity will not drop immediately after the withdrawal. The water holding capacity of the skin after one week is still higher than that of the control group. It is a very good moisturizer.
Ectoin can effectively improve the immune protection of skin cells, increase the ability of cell repair, and make the skin effective against the invasion of microorganisms and allergens. Experiments show that ectoin can protect against skin damage caused by ultraviolet rays and repair DNA damage caused by ultraviolet rays. Because it can alleviate the various pressures on the skin: UV damage, skin aging caused by dry environment, skin deterioration caused by surfactants, etc., ectoin has attracted much attention as a cell repair additive, and is added to the purpose of combating skin aging.
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