Hyaluronic Acid. I am sure you have heard it's name used over and over. Hyaluronic acid is the main ingredient in most dermal fillers, fillers that are injected underneath the skin. As there is no way for anything to penetrate the skin deep enough to make the difference that an injection makes, we have to settle for topical hyaluronic acid formulations.
My new favorite hyaluronic acid topical formulation is from Avon's ANEW CLINICAL line called Derma-Full X3 Facial Filling Serum. Not only does it contain the same injectable grade of acid that dermatologists use, it contains some pretty potent moisturizers to go along with it.
Be it just in mind or not, I swear my cheeks and especially the areas around my nasolabial folds are much plumper than they were when I started using this serum. I have been using Derma-Full every night as part of my skin care routine for five weeks now, and my results seem to mimic those that Avon observed in testing:
In just 3 days, Begins to reduce the look of deep folds. In 2 weeks, 82% of women saw more youthful fullness in the cheek area. In 4 weeks, Dramatically reduces the look of deep facial folds and hollowness.
Have you tried this one yet? I am anxious to hear if anyone liked this serum as much as I did.
You can get more information and purchase Derma-Full X3 Facial Filling Serum online at Avon.com for $54.00.
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