1. Skin Moisturizing Mechanism 
Skin moisture requires the circulation of new skin cells and removal of old ones. In order for the cells to receive enough water, they require the correct balance of hyaluronic acid, collagen, EGF and lipids. This creates a healthy skin condition. However, because the stratum corneum is exposed to a variety of environmental stresses, and as age increases and we experience stress, this results in a lack of moisture, dull skin, and fine lines.

2. What is the Stratum Corneum?
The purpose of the stratum corneum is to form a barrier to protect underlying tissue from infection, dehydration, chemicals and stress. Desquamation, the process of cell shedding from the surface of the stratum corneum, balances the growth of new skin cells that form in the deeper layers of the skin. These cells migrate through the epidermis towards the surface in a journey that takes approximately 28-45 days. Just as fine lines appear when the skin is dehydrated, the accumulation of dead cells makes skin look dull, and also affects the absorption of skin care products.

3. The 3D Micro-Infusion Microcrystalline Principle
The stratum corneum has a thickness between 10 to 40 μm. 3D micro-infusion devices utilize the advanced technology to loosen the stratum corneum, by removing the dead cells and creates minor tunnels on the skin, we delivered hyaluronic acid to underlying layer perfectly along with skin serums. Hence skin quality is upgraded by restored elasticity, well hydration with a radiant and flawless appearance.

4. The Importance of Hyaluronate
The amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin decreases as we age. This makes the skin gradually lose the ability to store water, causing dry skin, wrinkles, and dull skin tone. By replenishing hyaluronic acid, these effects can be slowed or reversed. A greater amount of hyaluronic acid allows cells to absorb and use nutrients more efficiently, creating healthy skin that looks great.