It takes a bit of Chemistry to create the Fountain of Youth

Hand Chemistry Youth Complex and Hylamide

(Hand Chemistry Youth Complex, $18.99 | Deciem Hylamide Booster, $20)

Since the seasons have changed and the weather has turned my hands into wrinkled, dehydrated-pruned-like atrocity’s that you would shriek from laying your eyes upon, even E.T would be appalled. I came across a company called Hand Chemistry which belong to the DECIEM group that own many other beauty brands that are well known including Hylamide which I will be mentioning later. 

The Intense Youth Complex is a concentrated multi-functional hand cream that targets 8 signs of hand aging simultaneously. The extraordinary 19.5% active complex concentration visibly improves firmness, elasticity, density, evenness, brightness, texture, smoothness and hydration.

Try it for at least five days and you’ll be impressed.

Now onto Hylamide, it is also part of the DECIEM group and has five forms of hyaluronic acid including one low-molecular ha, and that means the tiny molecules can easily be absorbed and can penetrate deeper into the skin to help repair tissue damage and retain moisture! I even tried using it on my lips like a low key lip injection(I know, don’t tell me you didn’t think of that immediately!). With long term use it actually helps build collagen to help with aging and wrinkles. As far as HA serums go, this is a good one. It’s slightly sticky, but it absorbs pretty fast. I wouldn’t call it an absolute stand-out (my favorite at the moment goes to Dr. Barbara Sturm’s Hyaluronic Serum) but as far as high-quality and affordable HA serums go, Hylamide does the trick.

Hylamide Booster 

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