Why there is so much talk about Hyaluronic Acid

Updated: Jul 9


Hydrate and soften lines for radiant skin!


If you watch the ads on TV or read fashion magazines you know there is a lot of chatter about Hyaluronic Acid. From stars to housewives and working women, we all want to have that healthy glow! Who doesn’t want to have something in their beauty bag that makes us look and feel fresh, young and radiant!


Hyaluronic acid is created in our bodies naturally, however as we age that process slows down so by adding HA into your skincare routine you are giving your skin an extra boost of hydration to softens those fine lines. Products such as AlumierMD Skin Care Products can give you that extra boost. It includes state of the art science-based, luxurious formulations with innovative delivery systems that address multiple skin concerns, and deliver results.


By adding hyaluronic acid to your routine with serums or facial fillers – you can help to smooth lines and wrinkles. Our body produces HA so when it slows down with age using beauty products containing HA works well with all types of skin.


For skincare, each AlumierMD product is designed to treat a particular concern, whether it’s to smooth lines, restore volume and create a lifting effect or to redefine your lip shape.


Another way women are enhancing their features is with facial fillers. Secret Faces provides Saypha®, Restylane, and Teosyal® Each product is uniquely formulated to have a certain texture, density, and injection depth, and work better for certain areas of concern.


Common areas treated are in the cheeks, lips, chin, temples, jawline and smiles lines above the lip or around the mouth. Dermal Fillers last an average of 6 months to 12 months.

Depending on the areas treated and the product used, you should notice results immediately after receiving injections.


Performed by Darlene Walchuk RN, BScN. you’ll receive a treatment plan that can give you long-lasting, natural-looking results.

Results So Natural, You can Keep It a Secret!


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