HOW HY­DRAT­ING

Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - BEAUTY BAZAAR -

The key play­ers in skin hy­dra­tion are Nat­u­ral Moisturising Fac­tor (NMF) and hyaluronic acid (HA). NMF alone can re­tain half the wa­ter present on the skin sur­face. HA on the other hand, plays an es­sen­tial role in the epi­der­mal struc­ture through its abil­ity to har­ness. Hy­dra3HA is a real break­through for Sothys. This is a new way to pro­vide hyaluronic acid, from the skin sur­face and the in­ter­cel­lu­lar sys­tem, then fi­nally, to the stem cells to re­gen­er­ate our own nat­u­ral hyaluronic acid.

The big­ger hyaluronic acid mol­e­cules form a pro­tec­tive film that re­tains wa­ter on the sur­face of the skin. This stays on the sur­face, while the smaller mol­e­cules are able to pen­e­trate deep into the epi­der­mis. Thirdly, there is the booster

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