SkinBetter Science Trio Rebalancing Moisture Treatment

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The SkinBetter Science Trio Rebalancing Moisture Treatment is a triple action approach to hydration.

Key Benefits:

  • Address three critical elements to natural skin moisturisation – barrier function, hyaluronic acid and natural moisturising factors
  • Delivers moisture and hydration balance back to the skin
  • Plumps the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful looking skin
  • Smooths texture of dry, dehydrated skin


Key Ingredients:

  • Sodium PCA – A Natural Moisturising Factor that enhances skin moisture and helps plump appearance.
  • Squalane – Supports moisture retention and helps prevent transepidermal water loss.
  • Sodium Lactate – Maintains hydration levels to keep skin feeling supple.
  • Sodium Hyaluronate – Sodium salt of hyaluronic acid. Has the ability to hold 1000 times its weight in water.
  • Cholesterol – A lipid that helps keep skin’s barrier function resilient against external elements.
  • Ceramides 1 and 3 – Lipids that help restore the skin moisture levels and maintain integrity of the skins barrier function.
  • Carnosine – Amino acid that supports the skin’s natural moisturising factors and provide protection against external free radical damage.


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Why SkinBetter Science?

A new paradigm in skincare.  When you're happy with your skin, you feel more beautiful and confident.  SkinBetter offers an uncomplicated approach to skincare.  One product can deliver remarkable results; two to three SkinBetter products can change how you feel about your skin.

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