Is your skin hydrated?
Hydration refers to how much water your skin is holding. And it’s the first step to skin health, renewal, and repair. Products can’t moisturize your skin or correct any other skin problems you may have unless your skin is hydrated first. For a product to successfully hydrate the skin, ingredients need to be able to penetrate your skin.
That can happen in one of two ways:
The size of the molecules in the product’s ingredients must be smaller than 500 Daltons.
The product’s ingredients must match the receptors in your skin, which allows the skin cells to absorb the product in a process we call "Miracular Cellular Communication".
For an active ingredient to work, it must be smaller than 500 Daltons in order to penetrate the skin. Our products contain active ingredients with small-enough molecules, that match your skin receptors.
Our hydrating products successfully penetrate your skin barrier, stimulating your cells and allowing them to produce vital proteins and new cells, thereby infusing water into your skin.
It’s the process of active ingredients penetrating the skin, sending messages to the cells to replenish and renew themselves. These cells “talk to” each other to gather and disperse the ingredients.
1.) SKIN HYDRATION:
Participants used our Miracular Face Serum, Miracular Eye Cream, & Miracular Skin Essence during a 12 week clinical trial period to determine the percentage of skin hydration. In the charts below the percentages indicate the number of people who saw an improvement in skin hydration.
A statistically significant number of subjects demonstrated an improvement in skin hydration from baseline at the 15-minute, 4-week, 8-week, and 12-week post-treatment intervals.
2.) SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION:
Participants used our Miracular Face Serum, Miracular Eye Cream, & Miracular Skin Essence during a 12 week clinical trial period to determine the improvement in skin barrier functionality. In the charts below the percentages indicate the number of people who saw an improvement in skin barrier function.
There was a statistically significant improvement in skin barrier function from baseline at the 15-minute and 24-hour post-treatment intervals.