EAORON invents Australia's first amino acid oxygen bubble mask


(Hmedium.com)Recently, the Australia's well-known first-line skincare brand EAORON has another major breakthrough. Adhering to the concept of medical beauty technology innovation and leading the trend of Australian beauty, EAORON has successfully invented Australia's first amino acid oxygen bubble mask after more than one year of research and exploration, and this is another star mask product after EAORON launched Australia's first bee venom mask. It is reported that this mask contains a variety of skin cleaning black technology, such as carbonic oxygen bubble, amino acid, the minimum unit of protein, and so on, and its function in cleaning skin could be called "porous vacuum cleaner".
 
According to reports, when this amino acid oxygen bubble mask is applied to the face for 3 minutes, the carbonic acid bubble slow release black technology contained in the mask surface essence will make the mask automatically produce dense and delicate bubbles. These bubbles are rich in oxygen and can open the pores and absorption channels, massage the skin gently, at the same time dredging the pores, promote blood circulation in the face, and clean and maintain the pores, and effectively remove shine and blackheads. Applying a mask for 15 minutes is equivalent to giving the skin an oxygen cleansing SPA.
 
"It's amazing, the mask actually bubbling itself, what is this black technology!" Natalie was fortunate to be one of the first trials of EAORON amino acid oxygen bubble masks, and she was amazed by this magical "membrane method" when she used this mask for the first time. Natalie is a famous beauty blogger who pays great attention to skin cleaning. When sharing her experience, she mentioned that when applying this EAORON amino acid oxygen bubble mask, she felt that these small bubbles gently massage the skin, and every pore is breathing smoothly. After using this mask, her face became moist and clean, this mask is mild and not irritating, and very comfortable.
 
"Choosing amino acid as the main component of the mask is because that amino acids are the smallest unit of proteins, and these amino acids could penetrate deep into the pores and directly to the dermal fibroblasts to play their roles.” Philbert, the research and development leader of the EAORON amino acid oxygen bubble mask, introduced this mask. He said that the amino acids in mask are biologically active, and can penetrate the epithelial cells completely, can chelate with divalent metal ions in the inner layer of the skin, preventing metal ions from accumulating and destroying collagen in the skin, and maintaining sufficient collagen fibers and elastic fibers in the skin. At the same time these amino acids could take away the makeup residue, excess oil and other dirt in the pores, making the skin smooth, delicate and elastic like returning to the girl's muscles.
 
In addition, these amino acids are suitable for most people's skin, especially mild and non-irritating, even people with acne muscle can also use this mask with confidence". A number of experiments have proved that the EAORON amino acid oxygen bubble mask will bring about a significant improvement in skin appearance and skin quality, but does not affect the barrier function of the skin, not only can improve skin dryness, dark yellow, sagging, greasy, and a series of problems, but also can reduce the fine lines, improve the elasticity of the skin, let the skin absorb water and nutrition better, and improve the absorption effect of the subsequent skin care products" added Philbert.
 
As we all know, Australia is recognized by far as one of the countries with the strictest standards, the most complete regulations and the most severely enforced for skin care products in the world. It is regarded as a model for the safety management of skin care products in the world. This also makes Australian skin care products known internationally as natural, safe and pollution-free products. It is loved by fans all over the world, including EAORON, a well-known Australian skincare brand. “EAORON, as the leader of the Australian beauty trend, invented Australia's first amino acid oxygen bubble mask through continuous medical and technological innovation, bringing the ultimate effective skin care experience to the beauty and beauty people of Australia and other countries. With EAORON’s traditional skin care effects appreciated by populations, the newly invented amino acid oxygen bubble mask will certainly be pursued by consumers in Australia and even other countries.” Commented by the Australian cosmetics industry observers.
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