REVITAL ANTIOX EFFECTIVENESS STUDIES:
Hydramine efficacy study
Hydramine, or also known as glucosamine, is a substance naturally present in the human body. It is a precursor molecule of a wide variety of proteins and polymers. One of these biomolecules is Hyaluronic Acid, macro polysaccharide responsible for maintaining the hydration and elasticity of the skin. The problem of this compound is its high molecular weight, hindering its absorption in the innermost layers of the skin. The solution for this is the topical application of Hydramine, where inside the body, it becomes Hyaluronic Acid.
A dermatological study was conducted to check the efficacy of hydramin. It was performed in a group of volunteers of both sexes, including all ages and skin types over a period of 15 days. During the clinical trials a 1.5% HYDRAMINE cream (dose used in booster) was applied twice a day. The trial evaluated the appearance of the skin, the reduction of expression lines and the hydration of the skin.
The volunteers underwent a skin analysis after 1 hour, 1.7 and 15 days after the first application of the cream. The skin condition of the volunteers obtained an excellent assessment. Next, the study of the improvement of the skin hydration of the participants in the study was carried out. In Figure 8 you can see the evolution of the skin of the volunteers during the tests.