“Glass skin”, popularised by K-beauty trends is making storms on K-drama and social media, and it has become a bit of a skincare cult term globally. This term is used to describe seemingly transparent skin that appears hydrated, dewy, flawless and luminous. The pursuit and infatuation for skin perfection is ubiquitous. We often hear about Korean bloggers sharing their 7-step or 9-step skincare routine. If you are starved on time, here are the best-kept secrets in the industry that can help you achieve a semi-permanent “glass skin” effect – they are Rejuran and Skin boosters, two of the most popular and effective treatments for healing and boosting your skin from within. Now, who wants a healthy, plumper and glowing skin? Let us go through the differences between Skin Boosters and Rejuran, their benefits, and what are your choices.
Skin boosters contain hyaluronic acid, a natural part of our skin. They are administered via micro-injections into the dermal layer of your skin, which then strongly draws water, intensely hydrating and plumping your skin from within.
Benefits of Skin Boosters
Improves skin hydration and radiance
Stimulates collagen formation and elasticity of the skin
Supports the skin to improve fine wrinkles, scars and texture
Pore tightening, skin brightening and anti-oxidant properties
We use a variety of major brands, including Juvederm Volite, Restylane Vital and Teosyal Redensity 1, depending on your needs and skin condition. Some, like Teosyal, offer additional antioxidants and amino acids for further free radical protection and anti-aging benefits, while Volite has a longer lasting effect.
Developed originally in South Korea, Rejuran contains Polynucleotides (PNs) which helps in anti-ageing, skin rejuvenation and regeneration. Rejuran reverses signs of ageing, aids in skin healing, improves texture and also has anti-inflammatory properties.
Benefits of Rejuran
Anti-aging properties – fine lines, saggy skin and fine wrinkles
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