Skin Food: Hyaluronic Acid

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An introduction to Hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a substance that’s naturally present in the human body, and you’re probably already frowning and started wondering: Why is HA such a desired skincare ingredient? When we are young, our skin is supple, smooth and plump but as we age our skin has the tendency to appear more dull and fine lines are making its way to the front row. The reason why is because HA has the power to retain 1000 times its weight in water into the top layers of the skin, acting as a sort of magnet to whatever is applied on top of it. As we grow older, our body loses its ability to maintain the same concentration of HA and that’s where skincare comes in …

The reason why is because HA has the power to retain 1000 times its weight in water into the top layers of the skin, acting as a sort of magnet to whatever is applied on top of it.

Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid
At some point your skin will most likely be dehydrated whether you have dry, combination or oily skin. If you especially suffer from dehydration during the colder months ― you are no exception! *raises hand* Not only environmental changes causes dehydration, but also illness, flying, stress, … Dehydrated skin loses its elasticity and will eventually expose signs of ageing a.k.a wrinkles. HA has the power to prevent these and it has therefore long-term benefits.

Hyaluronic Acid, the key to the fountain of youth …

P.S.: If you have any questions, pop them below.

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