Do you need a moisture BOOST?
The "Acid" That is Safe to Use and is a Magnet for Healthy Moisture
You may have seen it on the ingredients list of many skincare products… HA or Hyaluronate… or Hyaluronan: all represent Hyaluronic Acid.
Although the word “acid” is part of its title, this “acid” is an anomaly compared to others; the difference being, HA is a super moisturizer/humectant that creates a gel-like framework for collagen, elastin and skin cells. Many report their skin plumper and “dewier” after using it.
You cannot overuse HA, and you can never harm yourself using it (unless of course you have a specific allergy to HA). What makes HA so effective is that it can hold 1,000 times its weight in water.
So, unlike Lactic, Glycolic, and Mandelic acids… Hyaluronic stands alone.
HA is effective for treating burns and sun damage as well for its humectant properties, and has also been deemed “the key molecule involved in skin moisture
Hyaluronic Acid helps reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles retaining moisture to the skin, creating a plumping effect. When the skin is protected and hydrated, increased skin cell production can take place, as the skin isn't busy fighting for hydration. This leads to smoother, plumper skin cells.
You can add a few drops before using your moisturizer or you can add a few drops to your moisturizer
Remember to add to skin that is slightly damp and watch as your skin immediately absorbs it.