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Bio-essence - Hydra Tri-Action - Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask

I had recently received the Bio-essence's Hydra Tri-Action - Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask (S$33.90/80g). The Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask focuses on the 3X HYDRATION. Their hydration philosophy stems from their improved 3X Hydration System, and at the same time offering total hydration: Hydrate, Nourish, and Protect.


What does the Hydra Tri-Action includes?
  1. Hydrate: 3X HYDRATION POWER: 
    • Power Nano Hyaluronic Acid: 
      • With an average nano molecular size of 15-25nm, it absorbs quickly and easily into the skin, making skin instantly hydrated and moisturized
      • Superior moisture retention capability to keep skin firm, plumped and moisturized 
    • Hyaluronic Acid: 
      • Forms a large water-locked network to effectively lock in moisture, keeping the skin moist and soft. 
    • Cranberry Extract: 
      • Works as a great moisturizer and aids in moisture retention, improving skin elasticity and suppleness. 
  2. Nourish 
    • Cranberry Extract provides excellent conditioning of the skin for a healthy glow. With Bio Energy Fluid which further nourishes and refines skin texture. 
  3. Protect
    • Cranberry Extract is rich in anti-oxidants which protects skin against harmful free radicals, environmental and UV damage.

Bio Aqua Crystal Technology
In 3 seconds, see visible Aqua Droplets form!
Bio-essence Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask is made with our unique Bio Aqua Crystal Technology. This technology forms a protective shield over the hydrating ingredients to prevent moisture loss before application. Upon application, this shield breaks away and big aqua droplets are formed. This ensures our skin gets hydrated with the freshest and most optimal amount of hydrating activity. The big aqua droplets are made up of superior hydrating ingredients of small molecular sizes which allow moisture and nutrients to be easily delivered to the deepest layers of skin, while the protective emollient film remains on the skin to lock in moisture for non-stop hydration


Product Efficacies:
  • Enriched with 2 types of Hyaluronic Acid (Power Nano Hyaluronic Acid & Hyaluronic Acid) to replenish and lock in moisture, providing skin with non-stop hydration
  • With Cranberry Extract to moisturize skin, for a radiant smooth complexion
  • Rapidly absorbs into skin, ensuring optimal nutrients are being absorbed without any moisture lost and leaves no sticky feeling on skin
  • Delivers moisture intensively all night to hydrateand repair skin during sleep
  • Reveals a revitalized, supple and smooth skin the next morning

Combat 4 Common Skin Problems:
  1. Brightens Dull & Tired Skin
  2. Refines Enlarged Pores
  3. Moisturizes Dry & Rough Skin
  4. Regulates Oil & Moisture Level


Directions of use:
Suitable for all skin types and daily use
Step 1: Massage gently till aqua droplets form.
Step 2: Gently pat till fully absorbed into skin.
Step 3: Apply a thin layer over skin as a daily moisturiser. For more intensive treatment, apply a thicker layer to replenish skin’s moisture throughout the night as a sleeping mask


Review
The Bio Aqua Crystal Technology is so amazing. Massaging the Aqua Droplet Sleeping Beauty Mask onto the skin really forms water droplets on the face. My face feels very hydrated immediately upon application. And this lightweight Sleeping Mask does not leave any greasy and sticky feeling. It just feels like I had splashed some water on my face. I love the smell of this sleeping mask too. As like  the name of the mask, it has this ocean aquatic smell to it. The smell gives off a very calming effect.


More Information

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Join Bio-essence Singapore for their street sampling on 6th Sep 2014 (Sat) from 2pm- 6pm outside Mandarin Gallery. Find out how hydrated your skin is to get freebies and enjoy attractive discounts.

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