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Hyaluronic Acid Serum


Hyaluronic Acid, commonly abbreviated as “HA”, is a naturally occurring molecule found throughout almost every fluid and tissue in our bodies, primarily in the skin, eyes, and joints. In fact, approximately 50% of the total HA resides in the skin.

However, your skin’s level of hyaluronic acid decreases with age, using Hyaluronic Acid Serum that penetrates to the deeper layers of your skin, it delivers long-lasting hydration and offers visible plumping with remarkable moisture retention.





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What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid is produced by fibroblasts, the same cells that make collagen, in the dermis, the second layer of skin. It’s the key molecule involved in skin moisture because it absorbs up to 1,000 times its weight in water. Think of hyaluronic acid as a sponge in your skin that holds on to moisture and keeps your face looking plump and dewy.

HA is a Powerful Humectant

Humectants like hyaluronic acid typically have a watery texture and absorb quickly (think liquidy serums), whereas emollients (i.e., creams and oils) are thicker and stay more on your skin’s surface, don’t absorb as quickly, and work to lock everything in. Hyaluronic acid is often combined with other runny humectants (like glycerin and urea) and water. The water part is important, it gets bound by the hyaluronic acid and then delivered to your skin. This is one of the ways hyaluronic functions as the greatest moisturizing ingredient ever.


Hyaluronic Acid’s function

Our skin’s main function is to protect our body. Obviously, our skin protects our internal organs, muscles, bones, etc. from the outside world. But, our skin also protects the body from harmful toxins that bombard us on a daily basis.

The top layer of the skin (the epidermis) takes the brunt of outside damage (toxins). As we age, the lipid barrier (fatty acids that trap in water and prevent irritants entering the skin) in the epidermis slows down. Everything from UV rays, to environmental pollution, to lifestyle choices (like smoking) cause damage. This damage results in more fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots, and drier skin.

Hyaluronic Acid fortifies the skin’s natural barriers to help lock moisture in for an even more dramatic hydrating effect. Over time, this can help slow down the the deterioration of the lipid barrier and help protect and fortify it.

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