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Why You Need Hyaluronic Acid In Your Skincare Routine

March 30, 2017

If you’ve been cleaning and moisturizing your skin every morning, and thinking that’s all you need to do to keep your face in prime condition, you may want to consider the benefits of adding one step to your routine. Using a hyaluronic acid serum before moisturizing is a great way to keep skin nourished, hydrated, and supple. Even swapping your current moisturizer for a hyaluronic acid cream is a smart move. Hyaluronic acid skin care products are invaluable for anyone who wants to repair aging skin or retain a youthful glow. The following are just some of the hyaluronic acid benefits to think about:

Ultra Hydration

When we age, the moisture in our skin drops significantly. This loss of moisture causes the skin to lose elasticity, which shows up as signs of skin aging. Hyaluronic acid is an important ingredient in retaining skin health, because it has a unique ability to keep moisture locked in (it can hold 1000 ml of water per gram of hyaluronic acid).

A Smart Ingredient

In addition to helping our skin retain moisture, hyaluronic acid has the ability to adjust it’s absorption rate for times of humidity or dryness. This smart ingredient is able to give our skin the exact amount of hydration it needs based on varying conditions. No matter the climate you’re in, you can count on hyaluronic acid to help your skin stay optimally hydrated

Keeping your face properly hydrated allows it to stay fuller looking, and it gives you a complexion that is as wrinkle-free as time and nature will allow. Fine lines plump up and slip away when you use hyaluronic acid in your skin care regimen, and your face takes on a brilliant glow. To learn more about hyaluronic acid benefits, read more about some of our hyaluronic acid skin care products.





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