The New York Times decodes the Hype around Pure Hyaluronic Serum!

The New York Times Reviews Pestle & Mortars Hyaluronic serum

What is The New York Times talking about these days? Why, it’s Pestle & Mortar’s Pure Hyaluronic Serum of course!

In their fashion and style piece, The New York Times recently talked about how Pure Hyaluronic Serum is the way to go for your skin. Here’s what they said…

The Second Coming of Hyaluronic Acid

After spending hours traveling on airplanes, Sonia Deasy was desperate for a quick solution to her dehydrated skin. “I’m a mother of five,” Ms. Deasy said. “I don’t have time for a fuss.”

So Ms. Deasy, who lives in Dublin, enlisted her sister, a biochemist, to help make a hyaluronic acid serum. Within a week of its release last year, the product, Pestle & Mortar Pure Hyaluronic Serum, sold out.

Cameron Silver, who owns Decades, a vintage boutique in Los Angeles, described the serum as being “like Xanax for your skin: It kind of takes the edge off.” Mr. Silver, who often appears on television, added, “It’s like Vaseline around the lens. It just makes the skin a little bit smoother, a little bit dewier.”

Hyaluronic acid – a clear, sugary goo that occurs naturally in the body, where it lubricates joints and even sustains the shape of the eyeballs – is not a new beauty product…

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Read the full story on The New York Times

Cosmopolitan USA recommends Pure Hyaluronic Serum.

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