The human body naturally produces hyaluronic acid, which can be found in the skin, connective tissues, and joints. It serves as a humectant, attracting water to moisturize hair and skin,...
Hyaluronic acid serum, 30 ml
with a complex of 8 skin moisturizing ingredients pH 5.0-6.0, pH 5,0-6,0
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This serum with hydroxyethyl urea (5%) and hyaluronic acid (0.4%) contributes to the skin's elasticity, and moisture level, while also easing irritations and combating aging signs. Soothe irritations while helping skin look younger and more elastic with the help of this serum. Minimizing wrinkles, promoting wound healing, and moisturizing the skin make hyaluronic acid highly biocompatible with the human skin and reduces premature aging effectively. The skin's proper moisture levels can be revived better with hydroxyethyl urea as a skin moisturizer, over glycerol. Beta-glucan helps slow down transepidermal water loss and evens out uneven skin tone. Acting as an anti-aging agent, promoting cell renewal, and hydrating the skin are among pectin's functions. Lactic acid helps stimulate collagen formation, lighten pigmented spots, and is beneficial for sensitive, dry skin and problematic skin conditions like rosacea and acne. The skin can benefit from Panthenol as it promotes epidermal regeneration, and wound healing, moisturizes, and effectively treats skin irritations such as eczema or psoriasis. Reap the benefits of having more hydrated, supple, and radiant skin by using this serum regularly.
- Helps to maintain proper skin moisture level;
- Improves skin elasticity and makes the skin soft and smooth;
- Cleanses and evens out facial skin tone;
- Improves overall skin texture;
- Helps fight signs of aging;
- Soothes and reduces skin irritations;
- Suitable for all skin types.
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