What is hyaluronic acid?


The “acid” part is misleading: It doesn’t burn, sting, or irritate the skin. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of our skin.

It’s found in high concentrations in our synovial fluid—the stuff that keeps our joints limber and well-lubricated, and it gives the eyes their dreamy, reflective quality.

What will hyaluronic acid do for my skin?

Hyaluronic acid is one of nature’s best moisturizers.  It is a humectant, so it gives an immediate improvement in the way the skin looks—less ashy, dry, dull.

Because of its molecular structure, hyaluronic acid can hold a thousand times its weight in water—in other words, it is a lightweight but heavy-duty moisturizer that’s ideal for dry skin but won’t break people out. It’s a smooth, watery consistency and doesn’t feel oily or greasy.

How do you use hyaluronic acid?

Make sure to layer it on top of toner but before other treatment serums, creams, and oils.

Pat it around the lips and the eyes and the backs of hands.

Add  a few drops of pure hyaluronic acid to your moisturizer to give it some oomph.

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