Bioactive glasses are an amorphous, inorganic material consisting chiefly of oxides of silicones, aluminium, calcium, magnesium, boron, sodium, potassium and zinc.

For decades, bioactive glasses have been investigated as synthetic bone graft substitutes that can bond with bone. Recent discoveries of the superior properties of bioactive glasses show that their clinical performance clearly exceeds that of traditional synthetic bone grafts. Moreover, the beneficial properties that include antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, ion-releasing, anti-inflammatory and pH effect.


Bioglass applications

  • Cosmetic and personal care products (toothpaste, sun-care and nail polish products)
  • Cleaning agents (makeup removal products)
  • Biocidal agents (foot care products)


Functional foods and nutritional supplements (The addition of bioactive glass to calcium supplemented foods may improve calcium absorption. In addition, the anti-inflammatory properties of bioactive glass make it suitable as a treatment for internal inflammations such as stomach and intestinal


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