Anti Aging · hydration · Moisturizers · Sun Damaged Skin · Uncategorized · Wrinkles

Those Who Say Water Weight is a Bad Thing… Obviously Don’t Know About Hyaluronic Acid

What if your skin was surrounded by thousands of tiny sponges that hydrated your face all day long… like a microscopic sprinkler system? A system that kept your face moisturized, even throughout the day, binding water within the intercellular structure of the skin.

Luckily, you can forget sponges and sprinklers… because you can achieve lasting moisturization and hydration with Hyaluronic Acid — an acid that your skin contains naturally, but that declines with age. The amazing thing about this acid, is that it holds 1,000 times its weight in water. Therefore, when the skin is quenched with plentiful amounts,  water binds to the skin cells creating an ever-flowing reservoir of moisture. 

Consequently, a reduction in  the appearance of wrinkles and a boost in the skin’s volume takes place presenting a more youthful and fresher face. This acid also transports essential nutrients between skin cells. 

In fact, many dermatologists are promoting “Restylane” (the trade name for hyaluronic acid injections and a replacement for collagen injections) charging as much as $700.00 per treatment! Why spend that much money when you can achieve identical results with a serum that costs less than $31.00?

Our Hyaluronic Acid Serum is simple to apply and provides nearly instantaneous results. Apply to damp skin and drink lots of water for best results. Click here to discover the smarter route toward hydrated skin and softer wrinkles…

2 thoughts on “Those Who Say Water Weight is a Bad Thing… Obviously Don’t Know About Hyaluronic Acid

  1. I just started using my sample of gly-luronic. I want to be sure about the usage. I plan on purchasing a few more skin treatments but would like to know if gly-luronic is just a once a day application. Thank you.

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