New plant-based hyaluronic acid booster

The demand for natural ingredients in personal care products is rising as consumers are becoming more and more environmentally conscious.

They want natural products that are both safe and efficient. To meet this need, Alban Muller has developed a natural biomimetic activator of hyaluronic acid. 

Glucohyami is the first 100% vegetable glucosamine made from the ecoresponsible extraction of Chicory root. Glucohyami answers the need for skin moisturising and provides excellent regenerating and anti-ageing properties. It delivers powerful actions which restore healthy skin physiological mechanisms and rejuvenate the skin. 

Glucohyami allows the skin to restore its optimal production of hyaluronic acid (27% increase) by providing an additional source of glucosamine, the essential molecule that stimulates hyaluronic acid synthesis. In this way it slows down the appearing of wrinkles, improves skin hydration and firmness as well as skin radiance.

 

 

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