Hyaluronic acid is a powerful moisture-binding ingredient that works beneath the skin surface and that can hold up to 1000X its weight in water.
Naturally found in the skin to maintain hydration, Hyaluronic Acid levels gradually reduce over time which can result in dullness, fine lines and uneven tone and texture.
Ensuring skin is hydrated is essential for healthy looking skin making Hyaluronic Acid a must have.
Hyaluronic Acid works as a magnet for moisture, helping your cells retain as much of it as possible so that your skin feels and appears hydrated, plump and healthy.
Hyaluronic Acid acts to:
Target dry skin
Hydrate the skin
Reduce the appearance of wrinkles
Reduce the appearance of fine lines
Use in the AM and PM
Onto cleansed skin apply a pea-sized amount to the fingertips and gently pat into the face and neck
Follow with preferred serums and moisturiser
Avoid contact with eyes
External use only
2% Pure Hyaluronic Acid
3 tier Hyaluronic Acid, low and high molecular weight, to ensure penetration beneath the skin surface for maximum hydration
Matrixyl 3000 to aid collagen production for added plumping effect
Suitable for all skin types
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Hyaluronic Acid is a hero ingredient for skin and something we would recommend for everyone. It’s gentle, hydrating and can actually aid the efficacy of your other products. For this reason, we would recommend using it as your first serum, straight after cleansing and toning.
One of the most important factors for healthy, plump skin, is hydration. There is a difference between dry skin, which is a skin type and dehydrated skin, which is a skin condition that affects most of us and is aggregated by lifestyle factors. Even oily skin can be dehydrated.
Read more about the characteristics of dry vs dehydrated skin.
Naturally found in the skin, our Hyaluronic Acid levels gradually reduce over time. Using Hyaluronic Acid topically can help to draw moisture to the skin, which can make skin appear healthy, plumper and reduce the appearance of fine lines.
It is not an exfoliant like AHAs (such as Alpha Hydroxy, Glycolic or Lactic Acid), it’s function is to hydrate.