What is Rejusure® Ceramide & Hyaluronic Acid Facial Moisturizer?
Rejusure 2% Ceramide + 1% Hyaluronic Acid Facial Moisturizer combines two potent hydrating molecules. It relieves dry and irritated skin. By hydrating and protecting the skin, Ceramides restore a natural soft glow.
Ceramides and hyaluronic acid are potent naturally occurring humectants. They can draw water molecules and prevent their escaping or evaporation. In The skin, they increase moisture, attracting water molecules from the air or the blood supply to the skin.
Rejusure 2% Ceramide + 1% Hyaluronic Acid Facial Moisturizer plumps the skin, restoring a healthy thickness. Perfect for dull skin, It reduces visible aging signs like fine lines and wrinkles. Promoting skin hydration helps fibroblasts produce more collagen and elastin. Collagen is the building block of all the body s connective tissues, and it is the defining fiber of the skin’s health and appearance. Enhanced collagen production firms and tightens saggy skin.
What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring skin compound. It is the biomarker of healthy and young skin. Despite its simple structure, it has multiple biophysical functions. The skin produces hyaluronic acid to create a boundary against dehydration and environmental factors.
Hyaluronic acid in the skin accounts for half the amount of hyaluronic acid in the body, exceeding its concentration in joints, bones, and eyes.
The skin water content critically depends on hyaluronic acid and stratum corneum integrity. Hyaluronic acid attracts water from the blood supply to the derm. Then, The water diffuses to the epidermis. Stratum corneum blocks its evaporation.
Through mechanisms not yet understood, hyaluronic acid enhances collagen synthesis. With age, the skin levels of hyaluronic acid decrease. This fall in HA concentration is associated with lower collagen quality and decreased production.
Supplementing the skin with hyaluronic acid changes collagen production from scar type one to skin natural elastic types three and four.
What are ceramides?
Like hyaluronic acid, ceramides are natural compounds in the superficial skin barrier. Ceramides are the major lipids in the stratum corneum. In the epidermis, a barrier against external factors consists mainly of lamellar bodies, present between the cell bodies in the stratum corneum.
Ceramides are the major lipids in lamellar sheets. Their fat-rich structure provides an efficient barrier that repulses water back to the skin and prevents its evaporation.
Alterations in the lipid ceramide-rich barrier cause the skin to dry and dehydrate. Aging skin loses its capacity to repair cells and protect against external factors.
Studies revealed that ceramides offer potent strengthening and protection to the skin, bolstering its natural barrier.