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Hyaluronic Acid With Matrixyl 3000 Serum vs. Lotions

January 03, 2017

Consumers love to compare products in order to find the best deal, but you can’t compare skin care products by price alone. In our showdown that compares products with hyaluronic acid to more conventional skin care creams, lotions and potions, there are a myriad of factors to consider.

Believe it or not, the hyaluronic acid and matrixyl 3000 serum costs about the same as a typical bottle of lotion, if not less. And even if they are much harder to spell, products with hyaluronic acid are much more organic than any lotion you’ll find on store shelves.

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Serums vs. Lotions

Most creamy lotions come in a tube or bottle, and you slather them on generously. It takes a few minutes to work the cream or lotion into your skin leaving you with slippery, greasy hands and face full of scented slime. A spray containing hyaluronic acid and matrixyl 3000 is a breeze to use. You just spray on each of your exposed body parts, and you’re good to go. Think of it as a spa-grade facial in a pump bottle.

Hyaluronic Products vs. Everything Else

Products with hyaluronic acid can rejuvenate skin at the cellular level by boosting your body’s own synthesis of collagen and elastin. When you add Matrixyl 3000, you have a skin-healing cocktail that energizes your face and body, and firms those areas that are wrinkled or sagging.

The benefits of hyaluronic acid are twofold; it increases collagen below the epidermis to insure growth of healthy skin cells, and it coats the skin with a natural anti-aging layer of moisture to keep your skin radiant.





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