Cristalhyal - The moisturizing reference

Cristalhyal - The moisturizing reference

Cristalhyal is a high molecular weight sodium hyaluronate (1 - 1.4 MDa) obtained through a biotechnological process. Naturally found in the skin, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) acts as a “molecular sponge” thanks to its high hygroscopic properties.

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Givaudan Active Beauty offers an extensive portfolio of innovative active cosmetic ingredients designed to bring beauty to the world. Inspired by the beauty needs of consumers worldwide, Active Beauty...Givaudan Active Beauty offers an extensive portfolio of innovative active cosmetic ingredients designed to bring beauty to the world. Inspired by the beauty needs of consumers worldwide, Active Beauty offers award-winning products for an expanded range of benefits including anti-ageing, self-tanning, soothing, hydrating, cooling, and more. Our cutting-edge technologies draw on science and nature to create high-performing molecules and functional agents, including customised carrier systems. Part of the Fragrance Division, Active Beauty leads the market in crafting innovative products supported by our strong expertise in advanced and applied sciences. We invite you to ‘engage your senses’ and learn more about Active Beauty at www.givaudan.com/activebeauty. More

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