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The 3 Best Serums to Use With Hyaluronic Acid

January 23, 2019

The 3 Best Serums to Use With Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid (HA) has been touted as a miracle agent for skin care. Aestheticians, Dermatologists and other skin care professionals agree that the positive effects of hyaluronic acid are many. This super-hydrator is safe and effective for all skin types as well as having benefits for skin conditions such as eczema and rosacea. To get the most benefit, it is best to use it in serum form. The big question is which serum with hyaluronic acid for face is best. 

What the Professionals Say 

Dermatologists generally agree that a good product with hyaluronic acid is multi-molecular, containing different weights of molecules, so the serum deposits the HA on multiple skin layers for maximum hydration. Since HA can degrade quickly, they also recommend slow release formulas, so the serum lasts longer on your skin. Look for pure HA serums and serums that include vitamins and minerals, especially hyaluronic acid and vitamin C. Our Hyaluronic Acid Serum 100% Pure,  Hyaluronic Acid Vitamin C Serum and Matrixyl 3000Serum are great options. You can even increase the effects of hyaluronic acid by combining it with other serums.

3 Best Serums for Use With Hyaluronic Acid

HA serums are best when part of a complete skin care regimen. Try these additions to your HA skin care routine: 

  1. Squalane Oil: This 100% pure olive-derived oil works well when it's applied after HA to lubricate and protect your skin without feeling oily or greasy. 
  1. Argan Oil: High in vitamin E and fatty acids, argan oil is a great follow-up to hyaluronic acid serum 
  1. Vitamin C + E Ferulic Acid Serum: Use this serum before applying HA as it contains concentrated L-ascorbic acid which causes exfoliation.

Maintaining healthier, younger-looking skin is easy with the right regimen. Here at Timeless, we provide a complete line of exfoliants, serums and moisturizers for your skin care routine.





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