Hydriance Ingredient Spotlights 2017-09-08T20:23:31+00:00

Ingredient Spotlights

Hydriance Is A Unique & Powerful Blend of Nature & Science’s Most Potent Ingredients

Organic Aloe Vera
Apple Stem Cells
Hyaluronic Acid



Ingredient Spotlight: Organic Aloe Vera

Organic Aloe Vera

Aloe acts as a carrier, making all other ingredients work better.

Aloe Vera has over 200 properties and active constituents consisting of Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids and Polysaccharides. Superior at moisturising & hydrating the skin. It is superior as a transdermal carrier to carry nutrients to the deeper layers of the skin.

Cross Section Of Skin Before (5a) And After (5b) Aloe Vera Is Applied Topically

Cross Section Of Skin Before (5a) And
After (5b) Aloe Vera Is Applied Topically


Ingredient Spotlight: Apple Stem CellsAPPLE STEM CELLS

Apple stem cells have revolutionized skincare. They protect the skin from chronological aging. At Dallas Collection Skincare, we’ve combine Apple Stem Cells with Aloe Vera for a REAL breakthrough in hydration and Skin rejuvenation.

Swiss Apple Stem Cells offer hope for aging and damaged skin. Like humans, plants also have stem cells. Scientists are keenly interested in stem cell extract from Utwiler Spatlauber apple tree, whose fruit demonstrates an exceptionally long shelf life.

A human study showed that topical application of Swiss Apple Stem Cells (PhtoCell Tec™ Malus Domestica) reduced the depth of crow’s feet wrinkles after only 2 weeks. It helps to rejuvenate the skin with definite anti-wrinkle effects.


Ingredient Spotlight: Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic AcidLike A Drink Of Water For Your Skin

Hyaluronate aka Hyaluronic Acid plays an important role in tissue hydration, lubrication and cellular function. It can hold up to 1000 times its weight in moisture. It also attracts and locks moisture into the skin. Hyaluronic Acid has also been shown to reduce dryness, itching and burning and it offers an excellent environment for the growth of new cells and healing. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance found in great abundance in young skin, synovial fluid and other tissues in humans and animals. Over time, oxy radicals, produced mostly through exposure to pollutants and sunlight, degrade and destroy hyaluronic acid.

Fifty year olds are estimated to have less than half the hyaluronic acid they had in youth.