REPAGEN®Hyaluron Selection 7

REPAGEN®  Hyaluron  Selection 7- treatment

The REPAGEN® Hyaluron Selection 7 treatment is state-of-the- art in active ingredient cosmetics  and ensures the optimal  care experience in the cabin. 5 different hyaluronic acids as well as  2 other highly effective moisture boosters form a strong  network in the skin and ensure the optimal supply of moisture . An exclusive foam mask for the neck and  décolleté rounds off the concept as an additional highlight.

The new Repagen® Hyaluron Selection 7 series offers five different hyaluronic acids of the highest quality and two further active ingredients, which support the skin’s own formation of hyaluronic acid on top. The hyaluronic acids leave the skin with a firm and plumped up look, during the application and far beyond.


Hyaluronic acid Various hyaluronic acid complexes have been combined here:

High molecular weight hyaluronic acid: These molecules in the hyaluronic acid act at skin surface level, forming a light, flexible film, which reduces transepidermal loss of liquids and fills small wrinkles.

Low molecular weight hyaluronic acid: The smaller size of these hyaluronic acid molecules allows them to penetrate the skin barrier and act as moisture depots in the skin. The intercellular moisture depot is revitalized; wrinkles are filled from within.

Medium-chain hyaluronic acid: Its more effective moisture-binding effect when compared to other hydrates is a result of it only losing its hydrating properties after several hours, thus acting over a longer period of time. The result is a visually skin firming and smoothing effect.

Crosslinked hyaluronic acid: The crosslinked hyaluronic acid is more stable than normal long-chained hyaluronic acid. It forms a net of hyaluronic acid on the skin, which has particularly high water-binding properties, much like a sponge.

Encapsulated hyaluronic acid: The active ingredient is composed of a special technology, using micro-encapsulated high molecular weight hyaluronic acid. An increase in hyaluronic acid in the dermis fills and plumps up the wrinkles.

Polyglucuronic acid: The active ingredient composed of polyglucuronic acid and yeast extract promotes the formation of the skin’s own hyaluronic acid. The active ingredient further supports the elastin synthesis, improving the viscoelastic properties of the skin.

Alpina galanga: Alpina galanga is also known as Thai ginger and its use as medicinal plant has also become more widespread in these parts of the world. The extract of the plant stimulates the formation of the enzyme HAS2 in the skin, which in turn activates the skin’s own formation of hyaluronic acid.