Because lipid-dry skin is different from dehydrated skin – a moisturiser or oil is not always enough to have a profound effect.
High molecular Hyaluronic Acid formula infuses your skin with hydration and moisture.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is an essential structural molecule found in your skin and is vital to the cell’s ability to hold moisture.
Targets premature ageing: Youthful skin can hold onto water and retain a balanced amount of moisture. Hyaluronic Acid’s moisture-binding characteristic is essential for treating skin ageing, which causes HA’s levels to decline; skin that was once plump and supple becomes dry, and there is a visible loss of firmness (hello, lines and wrinkles). Because it is a significant component of your skin, it is an essential element in tissue repair. This loss of Hyaluronic Acid results in slower tissue repair, accelerating the ageing process, causing your skin to lose its moisture and contributing to premature ageing. Simply put, Hyaluronic Acid has powerful rejuvenating and anti-ageing properties.
Treats damaged skin: The Hyaluronic Acid quality is vital to our client’s best outcome in the clinic, especially if they have recently experienced invasive treatments like micro-needling, laser, or deep peels. H2O contains a pure form of high molecular Hyaluronic Acid that can’t penetrate the skin barrier. It creates a film with your skin’s keratin upon evaporation, which keeps skin moisturised and improves elasticity.
Has significant healing and anti-inflammatory properties: Many Hyaluronic markets contain low molecular weight. Small molecular Hyaluronic Acid can become absorbed into the tissues and cause inflammation, especially on an already compromised skin. H2O complex does not contain alcohol or skin irritants such as Aloe Vera. It can encourage microbes within a formula causing underlying infections; it is carefully preserved to minimise irritation.
It is also important to mention that drinking water is inefficient in maintaining and restoring skin hydration levels. Your other organs take up the water, so hydrating topically is vital. Like a water magnet, H2O attracts moisture to your skin cells for hydration and oil flow is balanced, leaving your skin healthy, plump and clear.
Note: When using H2O, layering is essential; humectant ingredients can get taken up by the air, so ensure your skin is sealed with an occlusive moisturiser.