Skin type and age:
What is Proteoglycan?
Proteoglycans are proteins naturally found in the dermis of the skin. As we age, we lose them, along with hyaluronic acid and collagen.
What does it do?
Today, proteoglycan is attracting increasing attention because of its excellent water retention, as well as its function to support hyaluronic acid and collagen generation and normalize skin turnover.
Where is it extracted from?
Since it used to be very difficult to extract proteoglycan, it used to cost as much as $300K per gram. fracora’s proteoglycan is extracted from the nasal cartilage from the finest salmon caught in Hokkaido, Japan.
Water, Butylene Glycol, Soluble Proteoglycan, Phenoxyethanol, Propanediol *Soluble Proteoglycan was extracted from nasal cartridge of salmon from Hokkaido.Free of:
- Artificial colors
- Surface active agents
- Mineral oils
- Animal testing and cruelty
After washing your face in the morning and night, take sufficient amount (size of a quarter) on the palms and apply and pat it on your face. It is recommended to use before applying skin lotion, but use it with skin lotion if the smell disturbs you.
Warning: Stop using it if it does not suit your skin, or if you feel abnormality. DO NOT return the essence taken out from the bottle back into the bottle, or use by diluting it.