A Little Secret to Trivani’s Hydrating Lotion…

June 26, 2008

Image Those who have tried Trivani’s Hydrating Lotion know of its ability to make skin softer, smoother, and younger-looking. But how does it work? One active ingredient in particular helps to make our lotion as effective as it is: hyaluronic acid.
Hyalruonic acid (a.k.a. sodium hyaluronate) is a key structural component that occurs naturally in the skin. In the dermis, hyaluronic acid functions as a space-filling, cell-protective molecule that provides structure and volume. As we age, the amount of natural hyaluronic acid decreases, leading to dermal dehydration and wrinkle formation.

In the past and even today, many creams and lotions claim to contain hyaluronic acid-and indeed they do. However, most of these products contain a very large molecular weight version of hyaluronic acid that, instead of penetrating skin, functions as a humectant on top of the skin. For topically applied hyaluronic acid to provide any real structural effect, it must penetrate the skin.
Today, the substance of choice to diminish wrinkles is non-animal stabilized hyaluronic acid (NASHA) gel. The best known brands of NASHA are Restylane, Captique, and Juvider, which are all administered via injection by plastic surgeons. Trivani Hydrating Lotion offers a safe, effective, and painless alternative to this because it contains a low molecular weight hyaluronic acid that penetrates all layers of the epidermis within 30 minutes of application.

This type of hyaluronic acid is what you can find in Trivani’s Hydrating Lotion. This incredible, penetrating ingredient has excellent moisturizing and plumping benefits for your skin, which results in that soft, smooth, healthy skin you have come to know and love!

Learn more about Trivani’s Hydrating Lotion!

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