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Why You Need This Hyaluronic Acid in Your Skin Care Routine

 

One of the main reasons why the signs of aging occur is due to the loss of plumpness and volume. Many anti-aging products and regimens focus much more on wrinkles, dry skin or sun damage, but at the core of the problem is loss of hydration. As we age our skin is less capable of producing elastin, collagen and is less capable of holding moisture. The skin begins to sag and our appearance is overall less full.  We’re so excited about an often overlooked ingredient that can help plump your skin!

THE POWER OF HYALURONIC ACID

 

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring sugar in our bodies that is able to bind over 1,000 times its weight in water. This important ingredient is found between our connective tissues and with the skin’s layers. Its role is to both lubricate and cushion the skin. The moisture that HA gathers is what allows our skin to appear fuller, plumper, and youthful. As the body ages these naturally occurring hyaluronic acid will diminish, and our bodies are less capable at keeping up with production.  Our youthfulness fades and the effects of gravity and sun exposure take over, leaving us with wrinkles and sagging skin.  More skincare labs are adding Hyaluronic Acid to their skincare products, or even using them as the primary base altogether.

G.M. COLLIN HYALURONIC FILLER

 

The latest product released by G.M. Collin uses an innovative serum formulated with 4% H.A. Filler Expert Complex: a blend of 3 different forms of Hyaluronic Acid, Cosmetic DroneTM for wrinkle filling, and Hyaluronic Acid protector. This product is so exciting because it uses some dehydrated Hyaluronic Acid molecules that can get deeper into the skin, and once rehydrated, inflate with water, providing an intensely effective hydrating mechanism to deliver plump rejuvenated skin.

Using hyaluronic acid over time can help boost the skin’s moisture retention. This in turn can reduce visible signs of wrinkles and fine lines. This means adding Hyaluronic Acid to your skincare routine is not optional.

G.M. Collin Hyaluronic Filler, $125.00

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