Mesotherapy Hyaluronic Acid
This intensive remedy contains high-efficiency hydration to rejuvenate dry skin.
Hyaluronic acid pairs with squalane to drench dry, thirsty skin with moisture. Hyaluronic-filled spheres instantly plump and swell within the skin to smooth rough texture and enhance elasticity.
Why it's different
Hyaluronic Plumping Spheres
High and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid spheres penetrate the skin and then swell with water to visibly plump skin from the inside out. Hyaluronic acid boosts moisture levels, supports the skin’s ability to retain moisture, and promotes firmness and elasticity.
Squalane replicates the benefits of skin’s natural moisturizers, forming a transparent barrier that locks moisture into the skin.
This formula utilizes each ingredient in its most effective form, selected specifically for its ability to deliver real results.
- Plumps skin for a subtly fuller appearance
- Boosts elasticity
- Provides antioxidant benefits
- Delivers well-balanced moisture
- skin concerns
- Normal skin
- Dryness and dullness
- Dehydrated skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
How it works
This silky serum contains spheres of hyaluronic acid that are suspended in a base of squalane. Hyaluronic acid mimics the absorptive qualities of a sponge, soaking up moisture from the air. These microscopic spheres penetrate the skin and then swell upon contact with water. As the spheres expand, they visibly plump the skin from within to reduce the look of fine lines, wrinkles, and folds. They also promote elasticity, helping to strengthen and support the skin.
Hyaluronic Acid is found naturally within the human body and becomes depleted over time. 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 bounce and elasticity. As we age, the body’s ability to produce hyaluronic acid drops 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.
Often referred to as the oil-less oil due to its ability to moisturize the skin without leaving behind any greasy residue, squalane is molecularly close to sebum, which is comprised of fatty acids, oils, waxes, and cholesterols. This biological similarity allows squalane to be easily absorbed and utilized by the skin.