Polyglutamic Acid

What is it?

Polyglutamic Acid (PGA) is a naturally occurring biopolymer with remarkable hydrating properties and has garnered attention for its ability to provide intense moisture and support overall skin health.

Polyglutamic Acid is a water-soluble peptide composed of multiple gluatmic acid units linked together. It is derived from fermented soybeans and is often used as an integral part in hydrating skincare products.


- Intensive Hydration

- Improved Skin Barrier

- Reduction of Dryness and Dehydration

- Smoother Skin Texture

- Long-Lasting Moisture

Potential Polyglutamic Acid Products:

Hydrating Mask

Body Lotions


Frequently Asked Questions

How does the ingredient work?

PGA is a humectant, which means that it attracts and retains water. This makes it an excellent moisturizer for the skin.

Is the ingredient safe for my skin?

Plolyglutamic Acid (PGA) is generally safe for most skin types, including sensitive skin.

Are there any side effects?

Some of the potential side effects of PGA include: Dryness, Itching, and Rashes. However, these are rare and usually only occur when PGA is used at very high concentrations.

Is this ingredient derived naturally or chemically?

PGA is a natural substance found in fermented foods such as natto and miso. PGA is also produced by the body, but in small amounts.

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