Adenosine is an important intermediate in the synthesis of important physiologically active substances such as ATP, adenine, adenylate, and vidarabine. Therefore, adenosine has a physiological regulatory effect on many systems of the body.
Adenosine, as the precursor of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy carrier in cells, replenishes skin cells with necessary energy and maintains the normal metabolism of skin cells. Adenosine can prevent free radicals from oxidizing proteins, thereby preventing tissue from losing elasticity and skin sagging. It can prevent wrinkles, smooth skin and tighten pores. It can also relax capillary blood circulation and promote blood circulation and remove blood stasis.
A certain concentration of adenosine can inhibit the activity of B16 melanocytes and have a whitening effect. Adenosine regulates innate immunity and adaptive immune responses by binding to the corresponding G protein-coupled receptors on the cell membrane. It regulates the differentiation and maturation of immune cells and the release of cytokines and chemokines, thereby inhibiting inflammation and protecting surrounding damaged tissues. The role of normal cells.
Adenosine has the function of promoting blood circulation. It can stimulate hair growth, promote the production of FGF-7 factor and thicker hair, play a role in hair growth and prevent hair loss. It can also be used as an anti-aging agent, which can replenish skin energy, significantly improve skin elasticity, promote skin cell metabolism, and prevent The relaxation of skin tissue can reorganize the skin structure, allowing the skin to regain its elasticity by tightening and narrowing pores. Its main functions in skin care products are skin conditioners, moisturizers, and antioxidants. It has a low risk factor and is relatively safe.
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