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Probiotic Beauty Boost Powder

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Mix Hyalogic® Probiotic Beauty Boost Powder with your favorite serum and feel the difference! Probiotics, when applied topically, are beneficial bacteria that can support a healthy skin microbiome. Healthy skin is more clear, hydrated and firm which creates a more youthful-looking appearance.

Contains Hyaluronic Acid (HA), a vital and natural element of healthy, vibrant skin. It is necessary to retain the skin’s moisture and maintain the appearance of youthful looking skin. (1.2 ounce)

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We believe in the shortest ingredient list possible. You don’t need the entire periodic table to be effective, and we work tirelessly to include only the necessities.

Ingredients:

Maltodextrin, Acacia Gum, Triclyst (Lactobacillus Plantarum, Pediococcus Pentosaceus, Pediococcus Acidilactic), Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid). HT10016. USA

Directions: Blend ½ to 1 scoop of powder with your favorite serum or moisturizer in your palm. Apply it on clean skin twice daily.

Caution: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if redness or irritation occurs.

Boost With Probiotics

Hyalogic®’s Probiotic Beauty Boost Powder uniquely combines Hyaluronic Acid and Triclyst® probiotic blend to hydrate and support the skin microbiome. This easy-to-use powder allows you to enhance your favorite moisturizer in the palm of your hand. The powder form also helps to ensure shelf life stability without the need to refrigerate.

Hyalogic® Probiotic Boost Powder

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