Nano Technology

 Nanotechnology is the technology of precisely reducing the size and structure of a substance at the molecular level. Nanosized particles are defined as having a measurement of 10-100 nanometers.

For example, sunscreens regularly contain titanium dioxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles due to their ability to absorb ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Silver nanoparticles, which have antibacterial activity, are also being incorporated into toothpastes and shampoos as preservatives.

Nanotechnology is elevating the development of skin care products and cosmetics to another level, making them high-tech so as to deliver increased benefits to users. Shall cell food nanolizedand 500 to 1000 times smaller than the cell diameter of the smaller moleculesCells will absorb quickly, fully, easily

Nanotechnology in the beauty industry involves making products with nanoparticles that can go deeper below the skin’s surface to give better results. 

Nano Zinc  

Nano zinc is a highly reactive metal with a small particle size and high surface area.

Nano Silver 

  Nano-silver has been used for decades in the medical field to prevent the growth of bacteria, especially on surgical tools.

Much of the silver used is in the form of nano silver, a tiny and especially potent form. Nano-silver can be defined as a group of micro-sized (nano) bits of silver that are either covering or suspended in an item. A nano is about the size of 6 atoms lined up together.

 

  Although a nano-silver group of silver particles is extremely minute, it has mega health benefits when it comes to killing and preventing bacteria and infections.