BIO HONEY ACIDS
Bio Honey Acid - for regaining the skin's natural radiance
BIO HONEY ACIDS is one of over 2000 uniquely effective ingredients in our product catalogue. Find out more about this product from DERMALAB below
BIO HONEY ACIDS - At a glance
Dermalab’s Bio Honey Acid is a new natural source of PHAs (gluconic acid) derived from honey, designed for gentle exfoliation and skin brightening.
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Bio Honey Acids – make your skin soft and radiant
Bio Honey Acids has been developed by bioconversion technology to provide glowing youthful skin
It contains amplified PHAs (Polyhydroxy Acids) and the original nutrients of honey, and brings a mild exfoliating effect without skin irritation and damage.
It stimulates the cell renewal by decreasing the cohesion of Corneocytes, and improves hydration level in the epidermis.
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Derma Lab Korea has established an R&D network with universities and research institutes and are committed to development of materials to improve consumer health with best quality and technologyFind out more about DERMALAB
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