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Intensive skin hydrator and soother
Moisturize the skin by filling up the spaces between skin’s matrix to naturally lubricate and protect skin
Reduce fine lines and wrinkles with its ability to attract and bind moisture to skin thus skin appear youthful and healthy
Promotes the production of beta-defensin 2 (DEFβ2,) which helps in tissue healing and controls cells responsible for inflammatory reactions
Helps skin hold better defenses against environmental aggressors by preventing transepidermal water loss (TEWL), which can lead to inflammations
What is the difference between Sodium Hyaluronate and Hyaluronic Acid (HA):
Sodium hyaluronate is part of Hyaluronic acid (HA). It can sometimes be labeled as “hyaluronic acid” in certain skincare products, but it is different from HA. Hyaluronic acid has larger molecules which coat the top layer of your skin preventing water loss from this area Sodium Hyaluronate absorbs into deeper layers where it helps improve overall hydration levels
Where is it from:
It’s derived from the natural occurring molecule Hyaluronic Acid – but with an added ‘sodium boost’. Activating skin cells to produce more moisture
Who is it good for:
All skin type especially suitable for those with dry, dehydrated and sensitive skin
What is bad with Sodium Hyaluronate?
It is safe to use with other ingredients as it does not interact with any of them