How to Turn On the Skin’s Wa­ter Pump

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Ac­cord­ing to Clin­ique and Sis­ley, skin can be “re­trained” to keep pro­duc­ing more of its own mois­ture. Clin­ique, which in­tro­duced an­other Mois­ture Surge prod­uct (72-hour Au­tore­plen­ish­ing Hy­dra­tor) a few months ago, says the aloe wa­ter and caffeine in the gel cream help re­boot the skin’s nat­u­ral reser­voir after one use, even after you wash it off. Sis­ley’s Hy­dra­global Serum has a sim­i­lar premise. The light­weight gel, which ad­dresses de­hy­dra­tion, claims to re­ac­ti­vate the skin’s hyaluronic acid pro­duc­tion with blue agave yeast ex­tract and carob bean ex­tract. The role of hyaluronic acid is to trap wa­ter and main­tain the skin’s wa­ter re­serves by draw­ing wa­ter from the body’s wa­ter reser­voir. This means the more hy­drated you are, the more mois­turised your skin is. $312

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