D-Panthenol materials and methods

D-Panthenol,” also known as dexpanthenol or provitamin B5, is a widely used ingredient in various cosmetic and skincare products due to its moisturizing and skin-conditioning properties. If you’re looking for materials and methods related to the use of D-Panthenol in a specific context, such as in a skincare formulation, here’s a general outline of what such information might include:

D-Panthenol materials and methods-Xi'an Lyphar Biotech Co., Ltd


1.D-Panthenol: The main active ingredient, typically in liquid or powdered form.

2.Base Formulation: The skincare product base that you are using, such as a lotion, cream, serum, or gel.

3.Emulsifiers: If needed, emulsifiers to help combine oil and water-based ingredients.

4.Humectants: Ingredients like glycerin or hyaluronic acid that attract and retain moisture.

5.Preservatives: To prevent microbial growth and ensure product stability.

6.Emollients: Ingredients that provide a smooth and soft texture to the product.

7.Other Active Ingredients: Depending on your formulation, you might have other active ingredients like antioxidants, vitamins, etc.

8.Distilled Water: For aqueous-based formulations.

9.Measuring Tools: Scales, beakers, pipettes, etc.

10.Mixing Tools: Mixing containers, stirring rods, blenders, etc.

D-Panthenol materials and methods-Xi'an Lyphar Biotech Co., Ltd


1.Weighing Ingredients: Accurately measure the required amounts of D-Panthenol, base formulation, and other ingredients.

2.Heating and Mixing: If your base formulation involves heating, follow the recommended temperature guidelines. Heat the water phase and oil phase (if applicable) separately and then combine them while mixing.

3.Emulsification: If necessary, use emulsifiers to create a stable emulsion between the water and oil phases.

4.Incorporating D-Panthenol: Add the appropriate amount of D-Panthenol to the formulation. Mix gently to ensure even distribution.

5.Adding Other Ingredients: Incorporate humectants, emollients, preservatives, and any other active ingredients according to your formulation.

6.Cooling: Allow the mixture to cool down while continuing to stir gently.

7.Quality Control: Check the pH, consistency, and stability of the formulation. Adjust as needed.

8.Packaging: Transfer the final product into appropriate packaging, such as bottles, jars, or tubes.

9.Labeling: Clearly label the product with its ingredients, usage instructions, and any precautions.

10.Stability Testing: Conduct stability testing under various conditions (e.g., temperature, light exposure) to ensure the product remains effective and safe over time.

D-Panthenol materials and methods-Xi'an Lyphar Biotech Co., Ltd

Please note that specific methods may vary based on the type of product you’re formulating (e.g., lotion, cream, gel) and the specific ingredients you’re using alongside D-Panthenol. Always follow industry best practices and safety guidelines when formulating skincare products. If you’re working on a commercial product, consider consulting with cosmetic chemists or professionals who specialize in skincare formulation for more detailed guidance.