Hyaluronic Acid - a super skin hydrator

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Hyaluronic Acid is a natural element of the skin, present throughout the human body. Its beauty is its ability to retain moisture and a lot of it. The skin’s ability to hold moisture is increasingly important as we age as the skin doesn’t retain moisture as well as it once did, resulting in a loss of firmness, pliancy and suppleness. Hyaluronic Acid can help enhance moisture content beyond compare and at the same time, revitalise the skin’s outer layer making it appear softer, smoother and plumper. Like a drink for the skin, it is not actually an acid, it wont strip the skin, it does the exact opposite, soothing and hydrating and is a bit of a super star ingredient when it comes to making the skin look youthful. When using HA, many people report that their skin is 'dewier' in appearance, that the bags under their eyes become lighter and that their overall skin texture is smoother. Hyaluronic acid as a skincare ingredient is one of a few that benefits every skin type. For those with oily skin, hyaluronic acid in a fluid solution has a lightweight texture. For those with sensitive skin, it’s also incredibly gentle while providing optimal hydration.

What You'll Need

  • Serum containing Hyaluronic Acid

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