LOS ANGELES — With its signature gold facial in about 60 of the top spas in the U.S., Japanese beauty brand Umo is about to launch its new line of retail products, which incorporate the same ingredients that have made the gold treatment a success.
The offerings, which will bow nationwide and internationally by the end of the summer, contain gamma-PGA — a compound derived from marine jellyfish and considered significantly more hydrating than hyaluronic acid. Use of the ingredient, also known as polyglutamic acid, is said to help diminish fine lines and wrinkles, brighten skin and lock in moisture.
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