10-hour Super-Moisturizing Time-Released Hyaluronic Acid!
The Time-release Hyalurosome hydration lasts all day, two and a half times longer than traditional Sodium Hyaluronate for advanced formulator
Time-release Hyalurosome Serum Booster
Recommended Usage Rate: 0.1-2%
Paraben-free and GMO-free!
.5 oz. Blue dropper bottle.
We all love the benefits of Hyaluronic Acid. Moisture, hydration, volumizing, and plumping of many products promise additional volume, but many times it just doesn't always last long enough. Hyaluronic Acid's benefits only last 4 hours.
Now you can experience the joy of longer-lasting Hyaluronic Acid with our superior time-release technology!
This unique delivery system provides 10 hours of lasting hydration. Phospholipids are hydrophilic that attract water and retain it for additional moisture retention.
In addition, our time-released Hyalurosome delivers enhanced transdermal penetration of active ingredients added to your formulations.
You'll love the additional hydration, volume-boosting power, and the ability to encourage other serums to work better and faster.
- Ten hours of time-released facial boosting volume and fullness
- Long-lasting hydration
- Phospholipids for additional moisture
Hyalurosome is a brand-new cosmetic ingredient that you can add to your formulation. Experienced formulators should use this product, and it is NOT for beginners.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
At the 1-2% recommended usage, can this be added to a 1% hyaluronic acid serum, or should it be simply dispersed in water? Want to add peptides to the serum. Looking for formulation guidance
The Time-Release Hyalurosome can be added to a 1% Hyaluronic Acid Serum. For a 1% concentration of the serum booster, you would add 9 drops of the Time-Release Hyalurosome to 1 ounce of the Hyaluronic Acid Serum. For a 2% concentration, add 18 drops of the serum booster.
Are the ingredients hyalurosome product natural
It is a silicon and used to improve the appearance of skin. It is a safe ingredient and scores a 1 on EWG’s Skin Deep database.
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