HPR, a new member of the VA family has attracted the attention of big brands, which may be the rising star of anti-aging ingredients!
The vitamin A family is effective in anti-acne and anti-aging, but its risk of irritation and weak stability let many consumers down. The new generation of vitamin A derivative, HPR, has been upgraded in terms of effect and skin feeling and has quickly become a rejuvenating ingredient for many leading brands such as Estee Lauder, Clinique, and the Ordinary, and has become the most promising anti-aging star in the future! So, what is its efficacy? What are the differences from other vitamin A family members? Read and get the answers!
Know about Vitamin A Family
The vitamin A family includes a series of derivatives such as Retinyl Palmitate, Retinol, Retinene, and Retinoic Acid, which can help rejuvenate and restore skin firmness. However, according to current regulations, Retinoic Acid is prohibited from being added to skincare products due to its intense irritation. Thus, it requires a prescription from a doctor to use.
In skincare products, we use milder ingredients such as Retinyl Palmitate, Retinol, and Retinene. They are absorbed through the skin and converted into Retinoic Acid to take effect. It is worth noting that during such a process, many people still experience irritation and redness due to different skin tolerances. At the same time, in the layer-by-layer conversion, the conversion rate will gradually decrease, and their effect will also weaken. Therefore, although Retinyl Palmitate is more skin-friendly and gentle to use, its effect is reduced dramatically.
Upgraded Retinyl Palmitate-HPR: Milder and more effective
After years of research, researchers have developed milder and more effective vitamin A derivatives-HPR (Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate), which keep the highly stable and skin-friendly properties of Retinyl Palmitate, and at the same time, have more significant effects. The traditional Retinyl Palmitate needs to undergo layer-by-layer conversion, and the final effect of Retinoic Acid is minimal. In contrast, HPR breaks through this obstacle. It exerts its maintenance effect after interacting with the receptor directly, reducing skin irritation and improving its final result.
With the Unicare exclusive coating technology, we coat the ingredient well to enhance its stability and permeability effectively. We believe it can further increase the ingredient’s effectiveness and provide the foundation for creating a hot-selling anti-aging product. For more product design information, welcome to contact us.