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5 powerful hydrating ingredients that really work

5 powerful hydrating ingredients that really work
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Once you become familiar with moisturizing ingredients, you can choose products like a pro. Discover hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, Vichy Mineralizing Water, glycerin and olive oil.

Glycerin

An actively hydrating reference ingredient, this water-soluble molecule helps trap water within the epidermis.

Vichy Mineralizing Water

Pure-sourced from the unspoilt Vichy springs in the volcanic mountain range of the Auvergne, France, this natural elixir opens inter-cellular water gateways to ensure the perfect flow of moisture throughout the skin.

Hyaluronic acid

Naturally sourced via a unique wheat fermentation process, this molecule is able to retain up to a thousand times its weight in water to keep the epidermis plump & smooth with hydration.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is the most important of all. It specifically blocks and traps peroxidated free radicals and also breaks off the chain reactions, which, in spreading the damage induced by free radicals, can lead to the destruction of cell membranes.

Olive oil

This natural oil is packed with nutrition and antioxidants, such as vitamins A and E. It penetrates easily into the skin and can provide the moisture needed, as well as being a protective defense for your skin.

With these five super-moisturizing ingredients, the hydrolipidic film is maintained and strengthened. Their composition in Oil-in-Water’s formula imbues the power within its fresh, sensory texture.

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