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Miracle Hydrate


Miracle Hydrate Review Summary

Miracle Hydrate® is a skincare cream by Willis Dupont claimed to be “the celebrity secret to a more youthful and vibrant appearance.” However, we believe that there may be a number of things against Miracle Hydrate®. First, we believe it may not have the best combination of proven ingredients. Second, the product website does not even post the complete ingredients. Third, we are always skeptical of products that are marketed with celebrity spokespersons.

Nevertheless, we do believe there may be a redeeming aspect: the cream purportedly supplies Hyaluronic Acid. This ingredient may be found in some superior anti-wrinkle formulas. But it may also be that some mediocre formulas may be peddling Hyaluronic Acid. Therefore, we will carefully analyze Miracle Hydrate® cream and weigh its pros and cons to decide whether or not it may be a good anti-aging topical application.

Ingredients at a Glance
The official website does not expressly note all of the key ingredients in the formula or explain them in detail. We have found that trustworthy manufacturers generally go out of their way to provide detailed descriptions of the ingredients they use. Unfortunately, the ingredients in Miracle Hydrate® are only mentioned in passing. In fact, the website only reveals that it contains Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid.

Ingredients in Focus
Hyaluronic Acid is a component of connective tissue. In short, it is a non-sulfated Glycosaminoglycan that can be found in connective, epithelial and neural tissues. It plays a prominent role in cell proliferation and migration. The carbohydrate polymer is actually a major component of skin and is responsible for tissue repair. As such, it may be found in many superior skincare products today.

The ingredient seems to have become so popular that it may also be available as an injection-based application. However, this method may be very expensive, not to mention painful and requiring multiple visits to a qualified physician. Therefore, the best way, we believe, is to use it in a topical form. We also welcome the inclusion of Vitamin C. However, this product seems to lack scientifically advanced ingredients that have been clinically proven to reduce wrinkle formation.

One such advanced ingredient is Matrixyl 3000®, which is a scientifically formulated Pentapeptide specifically designed to promote natural Collagen production. This ingredient has also been known to strengthen the essential structure of skin tissue. Evidence backing the superior effectiveness of Matrixyl 3000® may be easily found online. Furthermore, it seems to be superior to most other popular ingredients because it works not by masking wrinkles and fine lines temporarily, but by working from within: a boost in Collagen, which is produced naturally by our body, means naturally healthier and younger looking skin.

• Is an anti-aging cream with Hyaluronic Acid
• May have some benefits as a skin hydrating formula

Final Thoughts
In the end, we believe an anti-aging application may need to provide more than some essential vitamins or only one of the various proven ingredients in order to provide the types of results people are looking for. The industry already has some fantastic ingredients with years of clinical trials and proven track records. Clearly, Miracle Hydrate® seems to be missing these groundbreaking and advanced components.

Hence, an alternative may be to look up other topical creams. However, there are a lot of beauty and skincare products on the market claiming to dramatically reduce visible signs of aging; as such, a potential customer may be confused by all the advertisements and claims. Therefore, we would like to point out that the best among them will probably have been featured in numerous magazines and other media outlets. Foremost, we recommend looking for a product that not only has Hyaluronic Acid and other advanced ingredients, but we recommend looking for one that also comes with free trial offers, as this allows you to try a product before investing in an entire supply.

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