The Next Hyaluronic Acid?

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Hyaluronic acid has been the go-to buzz word in anti-aging for the past few years. The supermoisturizing, wrinkle-reducing wonder seems to be able to do it all-minus any scary side effects.

But a new ingredient out of Spain, called Hyadisine may be giving the anti-aging all-star a run for its money. Claiming to provide a long-lasting moisturizing effect, along with an immediate wrinkle reduction, hyadisine is sourced from a marine bacterial strain collected from a colony of mussels living in the Bay of Douarnez in Brittany. According to the manufacturer, in vivo tests showed that the active can improve the skin’s appearance and reduce fine lines in a matter of hours.

So do you believe the hype? Would you buy a topical product that contained the new ingredient? Share your thoughts below.

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