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11.13 . Hyaluronic acid: a dual impact on beauty

Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the skin which guarantees its firmness and elasticity. But what happens when, with age, natural reserves of hyaluronic acid become depleted? And what is the solution? Moisturising and restoring the skin’s volume by introducing this essential acid in the form of injections, or by using a cosmetic innovation developed by Helena Rubinstein.

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Two active ingredients to stimulate and re-plump the skin

Two different types of hyaluronic acid are used in cosmetic products. What is the difference between them?  The size of the molecules.

High molecular weight hyaluronic acid acts on the epidermis to offer an instant re-plumping effect; the skin is left more supple and comfortable, smoother and moisturised.

And low molecular weight hyaluronic acid crosses the cutaneous barrier much more easily and ensures deep-down action. It fights against the signs of skin ageing and restarts the natural production of hyaluronic acid.

A unique combination for your beauty

In order to replicate the effects of an injection practiced in Laclinic-Montreux, Helena Rubinstein and Dr. Pfulg incorporated both types of hyaluronic acid in  Re-Plasty Pro Filler, the first intense wrinkle corrector and elasticity boosting treatment. It targets all areas of the face for an overall anti-ageing result.

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