Hydraboost HA Serum
- Plump and
- Repair your skin
Apply after cleansing. Can be used in the morning and/or evening.
(Note: while Hyaluronic acid has been shown to help repair the skin, cases of sensitivity and flaking have been reported. Patch test product prior to first use)
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Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a key component of the scaffolding of the skin and is essential for wound healing as well as elasticity in the skin.
HA promotes skin cell regeneration and stimulates the production of collagen. It is also extremely important for hydration, being able to bind water molecules over 1000 times its own weight. HA is also a key humectant- an ingredient that draws water into the outer layers of the skin.
Early studies show that when applied to the face, Hyaluronic acid can give you significant improvements in your skin’s overall appearance, with fewer fine lines and wrinkles, as well as less roughness. It’s also been shown to improve your skin’s hydration, as well as boost collagen and elastin.
Panthenol is a humectant and emolient (creates a film on the surface of the skin helping the skin reduce water loss). It has emerging evidence for for assisting with wound repair, improved skin hydration and barrier repair and also reduces inflammation in the skin.
The optimum Hyaluronic Acid (HA) to have in skincare is still a matter of debate. However, there is some emerging evidence for medium-size HA to be absorbed by the skin and promoting wound healing and skin regeneration.
Squalane is a stable and non-irritant oil naturally found in human sebum that can penetrate the skin to increase hydration and enhance absorption of active substances, and it also has anti-oxidant properties that protect the skin from UV radiation.
Apply twice a day, after cleansing as the FIRST step in your skin care routine.
If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Water/Aqua, Propanediol, Pentylene Glycol, PEG-16 Macadamia Glycerides, Sodium Hyaluronate, Panthenol, Caprylyl Glycol, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Phytate, Alcohol, Dehydroacetic Acid