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Want to Lock in Moisture on Your Face? This Ingredient Can Help

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If you're looking for an effective addition to your skincare regimen, keep reading as we uncover the extraordinary benefits of Polyglutamic Acid (PGA). To start with the basics, Polyglutamic Acid is a molecule derived from fermented soybeans, renowned for its exceptional moisture-retaining properties. Although not as widely known as Hyaluronic Acid (HA), PGA boasts an exceptional ability to retain moisture four times greater than HA. Think of it as a moisture-locking shield that both hydrates and nurtures your skin.  

Hydration Amplification

Quenching your skin thirst is a priority, and PGA excels in this department. As a polymer, it forms a flexible, smooth, moisture-locking film on the skin surface. This protective layer prevents moisture loss and helps your skin retain hydration for that revitalized look and plump skin, even in conditions of low humidity.  


To enhance the moisturizing effect, you can use polyglutamic acid along with hyaluronic acid in your routine. Try SUPERCHARGED™ HA+PGA Triple Action Intense Moisturizer, a luxuriously rich yet fast-absorbing gel cream clinically proven to increase skin moisture by 40% in just 15 minutes. 

 SUPERCHARGED™ HA+PGA Triple Action Intense Moisturizer

Formulated as a powerful all-in-one solution to provide long-lasting hydration, it will improve your skin’s elasticity, prevent moisture loss, and help strengthen the skin barrier - leaving you with a naturally healthy, youthful glow all day long. To ensure optimal absorption of skincare products, consider incorporating facial massage. This technique enhances circulation, allowing active ingredients to penetrate to deeper layers of the skin. 


We recommend LUNA™ 4 app-guided firming massage facials with targeted low-frequency pulsations to relax facial muscle tension points and improve lymphatic drainage - which boosts radiance and reduces puffiness. It also helps firm wrinkle-prone areas and reduce visible signs of aging. 


While PGA is primarily renowned for its exceptional hydration benefits, it offers various additional benefits as well:  

Makeup's Trusty Sidekick

Effortless makeup application is the dream, and PGA can help make it a reality. Its film-forming properties create a silky-smooth canvas, blurring imperfections and offering a velvety touch to your skin. It ensures your makeup glides on seamlessly and stays put throughout the day.   

Skin Barrier Enhancement

PGA not only locks in moisture but also aids in strengthening your skin's natural barrier. It means better protection against environmental stressors, leading to a healthier, resilient complexion.  

Minimizing the Appearance of Pores

Enlarged pores bothering you? PGA's mattifying effect can help minimize the appearance of pores, giving your skin a smoother and more refined look.  

Gentle Care for All Skin Types

Polyglutamic Acid is known for its gentle nature, catering to all skin types. Its soothing touch ensures you reap the benefits without the risk of irritation, making it a versatile addition to any routine.  

Collagen Production

Collagen, the skin's structural protein, plays a vital role in maintaining firmness. If you have dry and dehydrated skin, fine lines and wrinkles become even more visible. By hydrating your skin, PGA increases collagen production, improves skin elasticity and firmness, and minimizes the signs of aging.  

Not to Be Forgotten

As consumers increasingly prioritize skin health and appearance, acids like PGA continue to play a significant role in the beauty industry. However, it’s important to mention that people with sensitive skin should be careful when combining several acids to avoid skin irritation. For instance, Polyglutamic Acid combined with certain products such as glycolic acid toner, is not recommended. That’s why you always need to be careful when reaching out for acids, to keep your skin secure and to get the most out of the ingredient you are using.

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