Moisturizing and anti-aging PLUS in single-dose
UNIQA Hyaluronic + is Hyaluronic Acid with high (1200 KDa) and low (50 KDa) molecular weight in high concentration (0.5%).
The High Molecular Weight Hyaluronic Acid acts on the surface of the skin ensuring a effective hydration and at the same time provides a film-forming action with tensor and protective effect , while Low Molecular Weight Hyaluronic Acid penetrates to the deep layers, stimulating the production of Collagen and Elastin .
The constant use of UNIQA Hyaluronic + allows to reactivate mature skin giving the skin firmness and tone.
It is thanks to Hyaluronic Acid that the skin possesses the characteristics of elasticity and resistance that distinguish it and keeps itself hydrated and protected.
From the age of 30, the levels of Hyaluronic Acid begin to drop present in the skin and the first blemishes and wrinkles may begin to appear. At 40, the amount of Hyaluronic Acid present in the body is reduced by 50% and at 60 it is reduced by 90%. The action of UNIQA Hyaluronic + is completed by the presence of Jojoba Oil and Shea Butter, with emollient, nourishing and moisturizing properties.
The single dose of UNIQA Hyaluronic + can be applied in the morning or in the evening on well cleansed and dry skin , massaging until completely absorbed.
Each single dose contains the right amount of product for face and neck ; in this way there is no risk of wasting the product or of using too little of it (and therefore not obtaining the desired effect).
Recommended for anyone who has one particularly dehydrated skin and it needs intense hydration, but also to those who have mature and present skin fine wrinkles and loss of tone and elasticity .
UNIQA Hyaluronic + has a protective action so it is recommended for those who have one particularly sensitive skin to sudden changes in temperature and to those who often practice outdoor sports.
We recommend it to Anita, who is 62 and wants to restore tone and vitality to her skin.
30 single doses of 2ml
CURIOSITY ABOUT HYALURONIC ACID
WHAT IS HYALURONIC ACID
It is known for being a super moisturizer. It has an enormous ability to bind to water molecules, retains them and prevents their dispersion. Each single molecule of hyaluronic acid is able to bind to itself up to 1000 times its weight in water.
WHERE DOES HYALURONIC ACID COME FROM?
It is normally produced (as far as the skin is concerned) by a group of cells present in our skin: the Fibroblasts. Since the first years of life, Fibroblasts take care of providing us with this important resource, but they begin to slow down their production already before the age of 30, then continuously reducing it over the years. Its deficiency is the cause of the loss of elasticity, consistency and turgor of the tissues (dermis), of their damage and therefore of skin aging.
HOW TO CHOOSE HYALURONIC ACID?
A fundamental datum to evaluate the effectiveness of a Hyaluronic Acid is the Molecular Weight. If it is large (high molecular weight) it acts on the surface of the skin with a very powerful moisturizing action. When the molecule is small (it has a low molecular weight), it can penetrate the skin by going deeper where, in addition to hydrating, it helps to promote other important functions.
CURIOSITY ABOUT VITAMINS
WHAT ARE VITAMINS?
They are organic compounds, called Amines of life (as they are essential for life) that our body needs, in very small quantities, in order to perform an infinity of very important functions.
Only we humans and our closest relatives (primates or monkeys to put it simply) are unable to synthesize the vitamins we need on our own. This is why we must take them daily through our diet.
WHY APPLY VITAMINS TO THE SKIN?
The skin is the most peripheral organ of our body, the first organ in contact with the outside world. For this reason we can use it to receive nutrients even from the outside by applying topical products such as, for example, VITAMINS directly on the skin.
The vitamins most used for skin care are Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) and Vitamin A (Retinol).
These three vitamins have a strong antioxidant power (they are in fact the main enemies of free radicals), stimulate the production of some fundamental substances (such as Collagen and Elastin) and regulate many processes, such as the production of sebum (Vitamin A )
Regular use of vitamins helps the skin to appear (and in many cases to be) younger and above all healthier.