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…active form of Vitamin D3. The history of Vitamin D3 dates back when a researcher by the name of Schenk obtained a crystallized form of Vitamin D3 from the activation of 7-dehysro-cholesterol. This discovery is very important since the Vitamin D group is more of a hormone than a vitamin. Later, forms of Vitamin D3 were discovered as well as the different foods where you can get the best source of this vitamin. The use of Vitamin D3 in ancient…

…water-repelling qualities make it perfect for lubricant grease to prevent corrosion. It is best as a softener for baseball gloves and as a lubricant for brass instruments. In vitamins, it is commonly used as a raw material for the production of cholecalciferol or [[Vitamin D3]]. Numerous studies have proven that lanolin does not cause allergies. The Cosmetic Ingredient Review reported that in 1996, there were 2,967 cosmetic formulations that…

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