No, dry and dehydrated skin are not the same! It’s important to differentiate them because the management differs.
IMBZ Infinite Hyaluronic Silk Mask contains Nano Miracle Hyaluronic Acid and Micro Hyaluronic Acid. The Micro molecules are bigger and get retained in the epidermis to stop moisture from evaporating. On the other hand, the nano molecules are able to penetrate deeper into the dermis which keeps it hydrated, double the effect of conventional hyaluronic acid.
There are 8 forms of hyaluronic acid used in the mask!
1. Conventional hyaluronic acid stimulates water channel insertion onto the skin to allow water molecules to enter the skin.
2. Hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid maintains skin moisture.
3. Potassium hyaluronate supplies the skin surface with constant moisture.
4. Sodium acetylated hyaluronate is lightweight and stays on the skin surface better to retain moisture.
5. Hydroxypropyltrimonium Hyaluronate forms a water film on skin surface.
6. Sodium Hyaluronate stops water from evaporating.
7. Sodium Hyaluronate Crosspolymer locks moisture in the skin and prevents wrinkle formation.
8. Hydrolyzed Sodium Hyaluronate is small and can penetrate deep under the skin.
Other active ingredients include:
Saccharide isomerate has anti-ageing properties and keeps the skin hydrated.
Chondrus Chrispus is rich in fatty acids which are important components of healthy skin.
Hydrogenated lecithin repairs dry skin and restores the skin’s natural ability as a protective barrier.
Arginine is a potent antioxidant and promotes collagen formation.
What does Dr Yingzangel think?
I absolutely love products with collagen. Topical collagen in the form of sheet mask is one of the safest ways to boost collagen content in the skin compare to consuming collagen by mouth, especially if one is pregnant or breastfeeding or has chronic illnesses and am worried about systemic side effects. IMBZ Infinite Hyaluronic Silk Mask is a great way to wind down after a busy day at work. Very refreshing and is definitely a great way to boost skin hydration.
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