Ceramide is a type of phospholipid with ceramide as the skeleton, mainly including ceramide phosphorylcholine and ceramide
phosphoethanolamine. , Ceramide is the main part of the intercellular matrix and plays an important role in maintaining the moisture balance of the stratum corneum. Ceramides have a strong ability to associate with water molecules and maintain skin moisture by forming a network structure in the stratum corneum. Therefore, ceramides have the effect of maintaining skin moisture.
Ceramide is the main component (>50%) of intercellular liposomes in the outermost stratum corneum of human skin. It plays an
important role in preventing moisture from dissipating and protecting against external stimuli. It is responsible for protecting
the skin and moisturizing and moisturizing. Features. There are also many research reports that the use of topical cream products
containing ceramides can achieve the purpose of preventing allergic skin diseases and inhibiting the effect of melanin and brown