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What Does Pure Hyaluronic Acid Do for the Skin?

October 04, 2017

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Haven’t tried pure hyaluronic acid yet? You’ve been missing out on a major beauty boon packed with plenty of moisture replenishing and skin revitalization properties. Before you rush out and buy the first hyaluronic acid product you see, learn more about this innovative ingredient and how it can revolutionize the look and feel of your skin.

Hyaluronic Acid 101: The Basics

Did you know that hyaluronic acid is naturally found in the human body? It’s classified as a polysaccharide, a polymeric carbohydrate that’s composed of a long chain of sugars. This complex molecule also cushions and lubricates our joints, skin, hair, nerves and eyes. It’s also a superb moisture attracting agent, holding up to 1,000 times its own weight in water.

A Revolution in Skin Care Products

In its natural state, hyaluronic acid appears as a sugary goo, but its large molecules did not easily penetrate the skin. As recently as a decade ago, it could only be found in high-end moisturizers. Yet over the last few years, newly formulated versions have been created that allow it to quickly pass through outer epidermal layers. Its power has been harnessed into pure hyaluronic acid serum as well as anti-wrinkle serums fortified with beneficial nutrients such as vitamins C and B5 and coenzyme Q10, an antioxidant that halts cellular-level damage caused by free radicals.

Hyaluronic Acid’s Benefits for Your Skin

Due to these groundbreaking developments, which include pure serum formats, hyaluronic acid is now available outside the dermatologist’s office. You could call it nature’s rejuvenating wunderkind, as it boasts several major advantages:

  • Preserves and replenishes moisture
  • Encourages cellular regeneration
  • Smooths and revitalizes outer epidermal layers

What’s the result of all these bonuses? Skin appears softer and smoother, with fine lines and wrinkles diminished. You also see it transform to become plumper, firmer and more pliable.

Shop Timeless Skin Care’s line of pure hyaluronic acid and other premium skin care and beauty products. Got more questions? Call us at (800) 213-3705.





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