Ingredient 101: Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic Acid, or HA for short, is a naturally occurring substance found in the skin. It helps the skin barrier retain moisture and plays a part in keeping the skin wrinkle-free! As we get older, HA decreases which is why this is such a go-to ingredient in skincare products. It’s an amazing active ingredient that has been proven to help your skin at a cellular level, maintaining a plump, healthy, and hydrated complexion.
What type of skin benefits the most from this ingredient?
Hyaluronic Acid is perfect for all skin types since it’s naturally occurring in the skin and can support the barrier. As a humectant, this ingredient mainly focuses on hydration, a necessary factor in keeping the skin in tip-top shape! Effectively hydrating the skin helps with a wide range of skin concerns like dullness, dryness, acne, scarring, and more.
What benefits does it have on the skin?
As one of the most popular and effective skincare ingredient in the market, Hyaluronic Acid aids not only in hydration but can also assist in firming, brightening, strengthening, repairing, protecting, and clarifying!
What skincare products contain this ingredient?
Sky Drops Hyaluronic Serum
Best for: All Skin Types
Infused with Hyaluronic Acid and Coconut Water, this refreshing formula sinks in fast so your skin stays smooth, even, and radiant!
Woah That H2O
Using a cupra sheet, this 2 step mask containing an ampoule and sheet mask, is packed with ingredients to keep your skin smooth and hydrated!
Dream Garden Elderflower
Best for: Oily, Dry, Combo Skin Types
A comforting sheet mask that provides skin with extra hydration while it brightens and calms. Relax, sit back and let this sheet mask replenish your skin! P.S. It also has a lovely floral design around the material! Don’t forget to take a selfie!
That’s it for today’s 101 on Hyaluronic Acid! Thanks for reading and remember to just keep glowing!
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