Penetrate Deeper with Sodium Hyaluronate
So you think you’re doing the best for your skin by using a product with Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid in it?
What if I told you that my Doctor Milagros line uses Sodium Hyaluronate instead— a more effective version of the popular AHA?
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is the well-known polysaccharide which is used topically because of its ability to attract up to 1,000 times its weight in water. HA is naturally present in our eyes, joints and skin. The eyes and the joints require it because they must be constantly lubricated in order to function properly. With age, the levels of HA in our bodies naturally diminish, which manifests our skin by making it drier and more prone to wrinkling. In additon to topical use via skincare products, HA is also used in the form of injectable fillers.
Well, what is Sodium Hyaluronate?
Sodium Hyaluronate is a derivative of Hyaluronic Acid— it is a salt form of HA. Sodium Hyaluronate has a lower molecular weight than Hyaluronic Acid. This means that Sodium Hyaluronate is absorbed more easily by the skin and penetrates deeper into the pores than Hyaluronic Acid. Although Hyaluronic Acid products will work on the surface of your skin to smooth and hydrate, my products formulated with Sodium Hyaluronate will do this on a deeper level.
What does all that mean? My products will more effectively improve the signs of aging skin, such as fine lines and wrinkles. This is because they can penetrate deeper layers of the epidermis than products with Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, which will only moisturize on a surface level.
If you’re ready to effectively reverse signs of aging beyond the surface, I recommend that you incorporate my Doctor Milagros Everyface Serum into your daily routine. My entire product line is made with researched and studied ingredients formulated to penetrate your skin deeper and give you a youthful glow that comes from within.