HydroCare Body

HydroCare Body

  • Anti-ageing effect body lotion
  • Contains a high concentration of hyaluronic acid and collagen
  • Light, mousse texture
  • Provides long-lasting hydration

HydroCare Body


Harangvölgyi HydroCare Body lotion provides long-lasting hydration for the skin. Regular use boosts the elasticity and the resistance of the skin while also protecting it from dehydration. Skin stretched during pregnancy regains its elasticity, wrinkles caused by the sun are filled up, and saggy skin caused by weight loss becomes tightened. The BODY lotion offers the ultimate long-lasting solution not only to eliminate the dry sensation on the surface layer, but to experience thoroughly hydrated, tight and smooth skin as an end result. As a result of the mousse structure, the hydrating essences can easily get through the skin?s thicker epidermis layer and into the tissues. Its light texture ensures a pleasant, silky feeling when applied to the skin. It is free of paraben and fragrance. Recommended for daily use. Suitable for all skin type.


Contains a high concentration of hyaluronic acid and collagen, which are the primary substances in preserving the necessary hydration level and optimal water balance of the skin. Liposome vitamins and cold-pressed oils provide vitamin rich infusions that are responsible for the appropriate structure, nourishment, regeneration, and smoothness of the skin. Calendula substances offer an exceptionally hydrative and calming effect. Contains bio-lanolin, which is only similar to lanolin in its name; in fact, it is constituted of the newest vegetal-organic substances. Its function is to nourish, protect, and provide elasticity for the skin.


Shake well before use. You will experience no viscidity as the product is absorbed without trace residue. As a part of healthy skincare, appropriate daily water intake is recommended.


Hyaluron acid:

Its consistency and tissue-friendliness allows it to be beneficial in skin-care products as an excellent moisturizer. Because HA is one of the most hydrophilic (water-loving) molecules in nature with numerous benefits for the human body it can be described as “nature’s moisturizer”.


Collagen is a connective tissue that found in your skin, muscles, tendons and bones. Collagen helps support the structure of your skin and allows new skin cells to grow. As you age, the collagen in your skin naturally breaks down. A loss of collagen can contribute to fine lines and wrinkles on your face and neck. This process can be delayed by boosting natural collagen production.

Olive oil:

Olive oils are of three types- Pure, virgin and extra virgin. Pure Olive oils are generally used for external purposes like moisturizing the skin, oiling your hair etc. It promotes smooth, radiant skin and helps maintaining skin?s elasticity. Whether applied to face or body, olive oil will penetrate deep into the skin and provide a long-lasting shield of moisture to keep skin smooth and supple. It is a great daily moisturizer, especially for damp skin.

Grapeseed oil:

Grapeseed oil has emerged as an ideal oil to use on your facial skin. This nutrient-rich oil is derived from grape seeds. It is rich in antioxidants and OPCs, otherwise known as oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes. The benefits of grapeseed oil for your skin include anti-aging benefits, supple skin, and an even skin tone. It works well for most skin types. Grapeseed oil also rivals vitamin C in the potential for evening out your skin tone.

Macadamia nut oil:

One of the best ways that macadamia nut oil can be used is to treat dry, damaged or aging skin. Macadamia nut oil contains palmitoleic acid, which contains many great anti-aging compounds. Some of these compounds have been found to decrease the rate at which skin matures. However, the palmitoleic acid found in macadamia nut oil can not only slow down the signs of aging, but some research has found that it can even remove signs of aging. Macadamia nut oil is light and not greasy, making it a great oil for the skin, and especially the face. When used regularly on the skin, macadamia nut oil can soften, moisturize and even add a glow to dry or damaged skin.

Wheat germ oil:

Wheat germ oil can do wonders for your skin. It improves the overall health and appearance of your skin when applied topically. It can help remedy conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, skin ulcers, acne scars, dermatitis, dry skin, and burns. Its high antioxidant value makes it a great anti-aging treatment and can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Shea butter:

Shea butter is one of Nature’s wonders, but it is a special one. It has been used for millennia by many generations of African people for skin care, baby care, healing and food. What makes Shea butter an extraordinary skin care and an amazing body healer is its richness in precious constituents, which include unsaturated fats with a large proportion of “unsaponifiables” components, essential fatty acids, phytosterols, vitamin E and D, provitamin A and allantoin. All these are natural and make Shea butter a superfood for your skin, but that is not all it can do for you because it is wrinkles, fine lines and scars repairing, antioxidant, deeply moisturizing, skin and UV protecting, and Collagen production stimulating.

Sunflower oil:

It is the non-volatile oil compressed from sunflower seeds. Sunflower oil is commonly used in food as a frying oil, and in cosmetic formulations as an emollient. Sunflower oil can retain moisture in the skin.

Vitamin E:

Vitamin E has many biological functions; the antioxidant function being the most important and the best known. Other functions include enzymatic activities, gene expression and neurological function(s). It’s also been suggested that the most important function of vitamin E is in cell signaling (and, that it may not have a significant role in antioxidant metabolism).


Calendula has been used medicinally for centuries. Traditionally, it has been used to treat conjunctivitis, blepharitis, eczema, gastritis, minor burns including sunburns, warts, and minor injuries such as sprains and wounds. It has a high content of flavonoids, chemicals that act as anti-oxidants in the body. Anti-oxidants are thought to protect body cells from damage caused by a chemical process called oxidation. Calendula has been considered beneficial in reducing inflammation and promoting wound healing as well.