LH Hyaluronic Acid
LH Hyaluronic acid utilizes two types of hyaluronic acids of a low and high molecular weight. This intense hydrating serum, synthesized from non animal based amino acids, penetrates the skin and restores the critical moisture balance and enforces the skins natural cell proliferation. Capable of holding up to 1000 times its own weight in water, hyaluronic acid soaks in easily to instantaneously recharge moisture levels and restore skin’s suppleness. In addition, hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic humectant that continuously draws water from the air, thereby steadily replenishing hydration over time.
A low molecular weight hyaluronic serum that deeply penetrates thirsty skin, delivering intense hydration where it’s needed most. Formulated with the purest form of water-soluble hyaluronic acid, this serum has the unique ability to provide lasting hydration by continuously drawing ambient water to skin’s surface and locking it in. This versatile, yet simple formula, tailors itself to fit the H2O requirements of all skin types by attracting the precise amount of hydration depending on individual needs.
Low molecular weight hyaluronic acid is significantly smaller in size than standard HA, which allows it to penetrate the skin to a much deeper level. Our hyaluronic acid soaks in easily to instantaneously recharge moisture levels and restore skin’s suppleness. In addition, hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic humectant that continuously draws water from the air, thereby steadily replenishing hydration over time.
Key benefits :
Boosts skin’s bounce
Plumps skin’s appearance
Inhibits 5α-reductase, the conversion of Testosterone into DHT
Provides multi-layered hydration
HOW IT WORKS
Hyaluronic Acid is found naturally within the human body, and becomes depleted overtime. It is a hydrophilic glycosaminoglycan, a compound that occurs as one of the chief components of connective tissue. The greatest concentrations of hyaluronic acid are found within the skin. It is these high levels that give younger skin its suppleness and elasticity. As we age, the body’s ability to produce hyaluronic acid reduces considerably, decreasing skin’s moisture levels. Hyaluronic acid is hydrophilic in nature, meaning that it has the unique ability to draw water to itself like a magnet.