- Many believe it’s better performing than popular hyaluronic acid for skin hydrating properties
- Improves the moisture binding and retention properties of the skin
- Can help reverse the signs of ageing by helping the production of collagen and elastin
- Considered “The” ingredient to add into your routine during the winter months
Who can use it?
All skin types due to the hydrating factors of this ingredient.
What is Polyglutamic Acid?
Polyglutamic acid is a water-soluble peptide that is derived from fermented soybeans. It is highly praised for its versatility and is often considered by skincare experts that polyglutamic acid contains more moisturising content than the well know humectant hyaluronic acid by deliver impressive results in the skin’s production of collagen and elastin a boost in hydration and the face restoring volume and bounce. If you are looking to introduce an ingredient into your daily skincare routine that can seal moisture into the skin, iron out the appearance of fine line and wrinkles whilst aiding other skincare formulations to absorb into the skin quicker allowing you see results and an overall improved complexion. It is in fact the ideal ingredient to focus on using during the colder, winter months which attacks the skin with harsh climate changes, change in temperatures and exposure to central heated environments.
Side effects of Polyglutamic Acid
There are no known side effects that are considered to cause major skin reaction or irritation to the skin when using polyglutamic acid. However, if you have any concerns then consulting a dermatologist is advisable.