Coal Coast Magazine Feature

Coal Coast Magazine Feature

Have you grabbed the latest Coal Coast Magazine?

A quarterly lifestyle publication produced in the Illawarra, Coal Coast magazine keeps readers informed of local events and turns the spotlight on the region’s many talents.

With diverse, carefully curated content and beautiful photography – including inspiring and informative editorials, and thought-provoking features – Coal Coast magazine is a true celebration of life in our little pocket of the world.


Catch the latest from Skin Revival in this seasons issue:

Imagine wrinkles, saggy, and crepey skin, progressively improving as time goes on, all the while staying hydrated and holding elasticity. Well, we no longer have to dream something so fantastical when it exists right now! BioRevitalization not only boosts and hydrates the skin, but also remodels ageing and sagging tissue.

How does it work?

We heat the high molecular and low molecular hyaluronic acids, so that the weak hydrogen bonds break, and they then cool the mix. This allows the new bonds to form between both versions of the hyaluronic acid molecules, creating and stabilising the hybrid cooperative complexes (HCC).

This new powerful structured molecule is what hydrates and firms the skin and is shown to have a stimulating effect on the cells, producing proteins to help tighten, lift the skin and improve skin quality to give you a more youthful look.

There is no use of chemical stabilising agents, allowing the substance to be biocompatible and tolerable by our bodies. It’s also biodegradable and bioresorbable by the body.

Why is Hyaluronic Acid so powerful?

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) can be found throughout the connective, epithelial, and neural tissues within our body. It plays multiple roles in different areas but the main functions in the epidermis are to maintain the extracellular space and provide an open structure for the passage of nutrients to revitalise the skin.

Another important role is fighting off free radicals caused by solar radiation from long exposure periods in the sun. Its signature feature is the capability of lubricating the tissues and cells, allowing them to move and function effectively, rather than them becoming dehydrated and brittle.

Be aware! When you expose yourself to too much UVB rays, causing sunburn, the cells in the dermis halt from producing Hyaluronic Acid and increase the rate of its degradation. This then prevents HA from assisting in repairing the sun damaged tissues.

Thankfully, BioRevitalization is a great treatment to combat ageing skin as it restores your skin while maintaining hydration and holding elasticity. Allow the power of Hyaluronic Acid to replenish your skin once again


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