Blue Hyaluronic Acid: The Newest Discovery in Skincare

Blue Hyaluronic Acid: The Newest Discovery in Skincare

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

If you have been in the skincare game these past few years, you may have noticed the hype about Hyaluronic Acid (HA). Also known as hyaluronan, HA acts as a humectant that can hold up to 1000 TIMES its weight in water and help retain moisture all around our skin and other parts of our body as well. It can be found on our skin, eyes, and even joint fluids.

Studies show that we are born with an abundant amount of Hyaluronic Acid, which gives the soft and firm skin of babies. Unfortunately, due to continuous exposure to UV rays, pollutants, and stress, our HA supply gradually reduces making us more susceptible to skin damage and skin aging. This has pushed more and more beauty brands to incorporate Hyaluronic Acid into their products to cater to the growing needs of skincare enthusiasts all over the world that dream to bring back their healthy and plump-looking skin.

 

Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

Although Hyaluronic Acid became popular for its ability to hold and retain moisture around our body, it also has many interesting positive effects that make it famous in the beauty and even medical industry. Here are just some of the other benefits of Hyaluronic Acid whether as ingredients, supplements or injections:

- Fights skin aging
- Help treat acne and other skin issues
- Keep Hair Moisturized
- Keeps Bones Well Lubricated and Lessens Joint Pain
- Relieves Dry and Irritated Eyes
- Speeds up Wound Healing
- Reduce Acid Reflux

 

The Skincare Discovery of the Decade

For years, the skincare community believed that Hyaluronic Acid was the Holy Grail for beauty products. However, just this year, LANEIGE’s more than 2 decades of research has led them to develop an all-new formulation for Hyaluronic Acid that made it smaller in size but bigger on benefits obtained through its state-of-the-art 2nd fermentation process.

This latest innovation has been patented by LANEIGE and was released to the market in March 2022 in LANEIGE’s newest Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Series. The brand new Blue Hyaluronic Acid is 2,000 smaller than the common Hyaluronic Acid size, allowing it to penetrate the skin more effectively in addition to having 

LANEIGE’s Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Series includes 9 products under its collection with options for normal to dry skin and combination to oily skin, all with the newest Blue Hyaluronic Acid as its main ingredient.

 

Top Benefits of the ALL-NEW Blue Hyaluronic Acid

  1. 2,000* Times Smaller HA
    LANEIGE’s Blue Hyaluronic Acid is only 0.5kDA compared to the 1,000kDA of the common Hyaluronic Acid, approximately 2,000x smaller. Its micro-low molecular weight gives it up to 264% faster skin absorption rate.**

  2. 300%*** Damage Repair, Moisturizing, and Barrier Strengthening​
    It may be small but it’s mightier than ever. Blue HA formulation is said to have  damage repair compared to regular Hyaluronic Acid. Additionally, it is also has improved skin barrier strengthening and moisture retention properties according to intensive tests.
  1. Triple Skin Barrier Strengthening​
    Blue Hyaluronic Acid provides a triple repair effect for damaged skin barriers in the epidermis​. It not only restores your skin to its healthy state, but it also makes your skin barrier stronger than ever so it’s less prone to breakage and damage.

 

 

Experience the Difference

The discovery of Blue HA has been a huge breakthrough for the skincare community. It’s definitely a must-have for women and men alike that want to take their skincare game to the next level. Coupled with other quality skincare products and a dedicated skincare routine, achieving your #skincaregoals has never been easier.

Discover the small but mighty power of Blue Hyaluronic Acid for yourself and shop LANEIGE’s new Water Bank Blue Hyaluronic Collection here!

 

*Compared the sizes of commonly known HA (1,000kDa) with the smallest Blue HA (0.5kDa)
**Results from a test using artificial skin
***Based on in-vitro comparison with normal high molecular weight hyaluronic acid

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