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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Yonka’s HYDRALIA (renamed HYDRA +): For Extra Hydration—without adding oil

UPDATE 4/2017:
Yonka has once again changed this product. Now Hydralia, which came out in 2012, is called Hydra + (Hydra plus). It works essentially the same as Hydralia, although the ingredients have changed as you can read in the following post. See 4 NEW Skin Boosters from Yonka-Paris to learn more about this new edition of a still wonderful hydrating elixir. 




Does your skin feel tight after you put on your moisturizer? Do you have true-dry skinskin that doesn’t secrete enough oil? Do you have oily skin, but your skin still feels dry? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you might want to consider adding Yonkas HYDRALIA to your skin care routine. 

The main ingredient in this super-hydrating elixir is glycerin. Unlike a true oil, glycerin adds moisture to the skin without leaving your skin feeling oily. Hydralia can be added to both your day and night cremes, helping to super-hydrate your skin. This product is a must have in winter and a great addition to your program—anytime.

Essential ingredients:

  • PCA, vegetable glycerin, brown algae, lactic and citric acidshydrating 
  • Indian chestnut, raspberry, blackcurrant, vitamin B5soothing 
  • Vitamin Cantioxidant Magnesiumrevitalizing

Directions for use:

  • Clean your face with your favorite Yonka cleanser  
  • Then spray liberally with your Yonka Lotion toner  
  • Next, add a few squirts (equaling approximately 4-8 drops) of HYDRALIA to whatever cream you are using—both morning and evening  
  • Apply mixture to your face and neck Finish with eye cream
     
    Mixing Hydralia with your day cream allows your makeup to look fresher and last longer, and you won’t have to worry about dry, flaky skin.

    Enjoy using Hydralia and say bye bye to dry, dehydrated skin. This one product will make a great addition to your healthy skin care routine.

    For more information on other Yonka products that will help keep your skin hydrated, see: