Hyaluronic Acid Facial Spray

Cutting Edge Skin Care 

Nano-Ionic Hyaluronic-Acid Facial Spray™ Instant Moisturizer™

Convenience in a bottle™ Can you imagine having a product that moisturizes, softens, enriches, and beautifies your skin, and absorbs in a matter of a minutes or less? This is what we call convenience that is unparalleled.

Our Nano-Ionic Hyaluronic-Acid Facial Spray™ has an affinity to deliver superior results due to the uniqueness of our proprietary methods in manufacturing of this product. The uniqueness is revealed to everyone, even after the first application. We call it convenience in a bottle™. 

What makes our product unique is our formulation technology and our unique ingredients.

Nano-Ionic Hyaluronic-Acid Facial Spray™ Instant Moisturizer™ contains:

  • LFRP-WATER™ (low frequency resonance pure)-water
  • Hyaluronic Acid.
  • Ionized Calcium and Magnesium
  • Ionized Calcium Gluconate
  • Ionized Calcium Lactate
  • Nano-Ionic trace minerals
  • Nano-Ionic Gold
  • Nano-Ionic Copper
  • Nano-Ionic Platinum

Our product can be sprayed on the skin, with or without makeup and does a fabulous job of moisturizing the skin.

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