La Beaute Pure Announces Vegan Hyaluronic Acid Serum For Anti-Aging
Many Anti-Aging Serums Contain Animal Byproducts and Disease Causing Bacteria While La Beatue Pure Boasts Vegetarian Hyaluronic Acid For Anti-Aging
Not only do vegetarians and animal activists protest the use of rooster combs and other animal parts in the making of skin care and anti-aging products, more and more non-activist women are wishing to shy away from such products as well.
Rooster combs have been a derivative of Hyaluronic Acid for years but with women becoming more savvy about what they are sinking into their skin, many are turning from products they have used for a long time and purchasing Vegan alternatives instead.
Hyaluronic Acid is a substance found naturally within the human body that hydrates by acting like a sponge to attract and hold in moisture from within the body and also outside the body in the environment in order to supply it to the skin, tissue and organs. It is a beloved ingredient in the anti-aging industry and is even called "nature's moisturizer". There are a number of sources for HA with the most inexpensive one arguably being the combs of roosters which contains a generous amount of the ingredient that is extracted. The question remains if roosters are bred specifically for the purpose and if so, if any chemicals are used to increase production of them and also in regards to their treatment in captivity. While the answers have not been confirmed as of yet, there is enough concern that a noticeable number of HA consumers are swaying away from products that contain the derivative.
Another widely used source of Hyaluronic Acid is Streptococcus which is a disease causing bacteria most people steer clear of. Unknowingly, many women are lathing it on their skin when using products that contain HA.
"It is important to thoroughly research the ingredients that go into your skin care products," stated La Beauté Pure owner, Ann Williams. "Our Vegetarian Hyaluronic Acid contains no animal products such as rooster comb extracted HA, nor are any of our products tested on animals. In addition, we do not use Streptococcus in any of our products either. The Hyaluronic Acid in our Vegan Hyaluronic Acid Serum is derived from a botanical, the seed of the Cassia Angustifolia which is a flowering plant from India that provides a very safe and extremely stable and effective Hyaluronic Acid."
The HA in many skin care products is from synthesized from yeast fermentation. The botanical source is proven to be more powerful and assists in tissue repair and protection as well as inflammation thus making it advantageous for those who suffer with acne and skin blemishes. Even those who have no complaint against using an animal-derived product are finding they prefer botanical because it is more effective and has a wider spectrum of benefits.
There have been direct accusations made against the use of roosters for HA but none have gone so far as to be made public so the verdict is still out. "Years ago we would never have dreamt that chickens were treated cruelly and that proof has certainly surfaced so I prefer to not take a chance with roosters," stated Joyce, an avid Vegan Hyaluronic Acid Serum user. "Why have to worry about it when I can choose a botanical I know I am safe with?"
La Beauté Pure Vegan Hyaluronic Acid Serum is not only botanically derived it is organic as well. It is sold on Amazon and comes with a complementary anti-aging e-book as well.
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