March 06, 2016
No matter what type of skin a person has, after they reach adulthood, it becomes a little bit drier each and every day. Depending on how this dry skin is taken care of plays a key role in how old you are going to look. There are some individuals that have dry skin issues, and these may have become apparent at a young age. Some symptoms they may have experienced include flaking, dullness, cracking, rough texture, and tightness as early as their twenties.
Why Facial Care Products Are So Important
If an individual has oily skin, they would experience different symptoms, such as wrinkle, fine line, and loss of volume, but not until a later age. But no matter why type of skin or age, persistent dehydration is a culprit, and a central component is to restore this loss of water in natural skin care products. There are many products available to moisturize the skin containing hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the human body, with large amounts available in skin cell spaces, where moisture, firmness, plumpness, and suppleness is provided to the skin. This is how a baby has skin that is so pillowy looking, due to the high amounts of Hyaluronic acid they are born with. However, as a person ages their hyaluronic acid diminishes.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to ever get that baby type skin back again. However, with the use of natural skin care products it is possible to restore hyaluronic acid content and have a look that is younger and fresher.
Some individuals go to extremes of using hyaluronic acid fillers, where a plastic surgeon or dermatologist injects it into the wrinkled or sunken skin. Other individuals go about it the easy way by using natural skin care products containing hyaluronic acid, such as moisturizers or serums. You will see the results of your skin becoming smoother, softer, and hydrated.
October 22, 2020
September 30, 2020
For such a popular skin care ingredient, there’s a lot going on with HA, so beware of love at first use! There are more layers to using HA than the simple equation, Dry Skin + Hyaluronic Acid = Hydrated Skin. In some conditions, the intended results can actually backfire. Think the opposite of clear, dewy, plump skin. So how do you use HA properly?
First - Debunking Common Myths about HA
Hyaluronic Acid is not actually an acid, like glycolic or salicylic acid that exfoliates the skin. HA is a complex sugar, known as a polysaccharide, that occurs naturally in the body providing hydration for our joints, hair, eyes and especially the skin.
August 07, 2020
We invite you to join us on our new skin care journey with TerraCycle.
We love when customers share how Timeless has made a difference in their lives, and we hope to make a difference when it comes to future generations too!
This August we are proud to launch a national recycling program of our Timeless plastic packaging through our partnership with TerraCycle.