Hyaluronic Acid (HA) explained


It’s the ingredient you’ve been seeing everywhere, but what is it, and why is it good for your skin? Despite its name, Hyaluronic Acid isn’t an acid at all. It’s a type of sugar called glycosaminoglycan and when used as an ingredient in skincare can bind water to the skin to combat dryness, allowing it to feel hydrated and firm, as well as promoting skin cell renewal.

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Our range of Epionce renewal products and serums contain HA to boost and fortify the skin.

Treatments such as the Dermafrac - Micro-needling infusion therapy used to target fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage and mild acne scarring and 4PLUS Radiofrequency - a treatment designed to lift, firm and re-model key areas of the face and body using a resurfacing technique for a complete regeneration of the skin, help to infuse hyaluronic and other key ingredients into the skin to combat collagen loss and skin ageing.

Dermal Fillers

Hyaluronic acid can also be used as an injectable and is the main ingredient in ourJuvéderm dermal fillers, to help restore lost volume and soften lines and wrinkles. Juvéderm uses Vycross technology which cross links and stabilises hyaluronic acid producing a longer lasting and more supportive product.

Profhilocontains highly concentrated HA and is a unique injectable for treating dull, lacklustre skin and helps smooth the face, neck, décolletage, hands and other parts of the body.

Containing 50% hyaluronic acid and 50% calcium hydroxyapatite HArmonyCa is a dual effect hybrid injectable, a so-called posterior space filler to give the face a lift with long lasting results.

Hyaluronic Acid endures as a key ingredient in both topical skincare and injectable treatments providing tangible, lasting benefits delivering hydration and rejuvenation.

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