You might be familiar with the term “ppm,” if you work in a science lab. However, many people would have no clue what it means beside guessing that it is a type of unit. When you meet the label written “β-GLUCAN 5000 ppm” on JKosmmune serum, I’m sure many of you feel puzzled. Then, what does “ppm” stand for? What does it mean? Is it important to know?
“ppm” is a short word of parts per million. It is the expression of the concentration of solution. “ppm” represents the part of total number in units of 1/1,000,000. Below is the equation.
A β-glucan serum sold in the U.S market says that it is formulated with 100% β-glucan. Wait!! 100% beta glucan? Does this mean the entire bottle is filled with β-glucan? Here are answers to all your questions. It may sound a bit tricky to complicated but don’t worry. You’ll get there and your ppm questions will be cleared!
Then, what is the remaining 3%? Extremely important question! Our science team conducted an intensive research on what ingredients have synergic effects with beta glucan and found two key botanical ingredients -- Centella Asiatica and Portulaca Oleracea. Centella maximize beta glucan’s firming effect and help promote the synthesis of collagen to remove the appearance of fine lines. Another ingredient, Portulaca amplifies beta glucan’s soothing and brightening effect. Now you see why JKosmmune’s serum has the best composition among currently commercialized β-glucan serums or other types of skincare products.
Other β-glucan skin care products do not disclose the concentration value (ppm) of β-glucan, because the amount is too small to appeal to consumers. However, JKosmmune is proudly labeling ppm of β-glucan, because the number, 50% more than other brands, indeed represents the significance of our formulation in your skin health, and this is the differentiator of JKosmmune β-glucan serum. In other words, this is the very reason why JKosmmune β-glucan serum should be your choice.
When you look for good beta glucan skin care products, don’t get tricked by the word “100%,” but pay attention to “ppm” and other ingredients used in the proudest!