Hyaluronic Acid (HA)
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a compound found naturally in most human tissues and fluids, mainly in the structure of the skin, where it is responsible for maintaining its stability and protecting it. The most outstanding benefit of HA is its excellent moisturizing capacity, since a single HA molecule can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water. This property gives it an essential role for the skin, helping it to achieve optimal moisture levels to keep it smooth, glowing and hydrated. As the years go by, the Hyaluronic Acid that our body generates naturally decreases progressively, causing the skin health to deteriorate, diminishing its natural hydration and, therefore, losing elasticity, brightness and volume, and making the signs of skin aging, such as blemishes and wrinkles, more visible. To prevent, correct and/or stop this HA deficit, there are different treatments, both dermatological (applied superficially to the skin) and aesthetic (injected), which are applied to multiple areas of the skin to improve its appearance. While lip injections are popular, dermatological treatments for this delicate area, which also suffers from the deterioration of HA and its negative consequences, are rare. HYALULIP revolutionizes lip treatments by offering medical results with cosmetic solutions. Our formulas are based on the technology of bioavailable encapsulated molecules that act like a sponge to transport HA to the deepest layers of the skin and thanks to their high and low molecular weight HA, both superficial and internal skin is replenished. With our 4 highly effective lip treatments, we make up for HA deficiencies, so that whatever your need, your lips look juicy, plump and hydrated. You’ll forget what chapped and dry lips are.
The Encapsulated Molecule
- Increased active effectiveness, because up to 12 times more of the ingredient is released and into the layer where it is needed (epidermis, stratum corneum or hair follicle)
- It protects the active ingredient from degradation and maintains all its properties until it is released into the targeted skin area. It also prevents its oxidation, thus making it more resistant throughout time and extending its shelf life.
- Thanks to its high concentration in essential phospholipids, it repairs damaged skin, thus recovering the natural skin barrier and protective function while reducing transepidermal water loss (TEWL).
- It guarantees maximum tolerance of the skin towards the applied active ingredient, avoiding irritations, allergies or any rejection of the product.