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Hyaluronic acid in 3D, Bakel's anti-aging revolution


STYLE - The Italian chemist Raffaella Gregoris behind the cosmetic brand has developed a patch supporting this molecule in a solid state, which would have effects comparable to injections.

It is neither a cream nor a serum but a whole new cosmetic texture",

warns Raffaella Gregoris, founder of Bakel, the origin of the Jalu-3D lifting patch, whose technology won the prize for innovation and research at the last Cosmofarma Fair in Bologna.

His prowess?

Succeed in printing hyaluronic acid fibers in three dimensions, of identical shape and diameter, which intertwine like flexible ribbons.

"It's a star anti-aging ingredient that laboratories have been slipping into their skincare products for a long time to boost skin hydration, volume and radiance, but it is often in low concentration and always accompanied by other active ingredients,

explains the Italian chemist.

In this new formulation, it “is” the cosmetic as a finished product, which makes it possible to amplify its effectiveness.”

100% active ingredients

Ten days of application would thus have the same plumping effect as a session of hyaluronic acid injections.

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Source: lefigaro

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