Scientific name: Sodium polyglutamate
Classification: Amino acid
Moneting, moisturizing, plumping.
Tales from nature
Polyglutamic acid (PGA) is a natural humant used to reduce water loss, derived from soybean. It has a moisturizer four times higher than hyaluronic acid. It consists of larger molecules capable of creating a film on the skin that prevents the evaporation of water when it is used in skin care, helping to keep hydration high.
The PGA primarily has the function of retaining skin hydration, contrasting irritation, dryness and dryness of the skin, both during the cold season and following the sun exposure.
Thanks to its powerful ultra moisturizing effect, it forms a thin layer on the surface of the skin that prevents water from evaporating and helps to plump the cells, counteracting the formation of thin wrinkles and sagging of the skin tone.