Kinetin

What other names is Kinetin known by?

Cinetina, Kinerase, Kinetase, Kinetina, Kinétine, Kn, N-(2-furanylmethyl)-1H-purin-6-amine, N(6)furfuryladenine, 6-furfurylaminopurine, Quinetina.

What is Kinetin?

Kinetin is a cytokinin. Cytokinins are compounds that stimulate plants to grow. Kinetin is used to make medicine.

People apply kinetin directly to the skin to reduce the effects of skin aging including roughness, fine wrinkles, dilated blood vessels, and uneven pigmentation.

Kinetin is sometimes applied to the skin in combination with retinol palmitate to treat signs of aging.

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