Everything You Need to Know About Hyaluronic Acid

If you have observant eyes and are constantly on the lookout for the next big skin care item, you’ve probably realized the star ingredient is hyaluronic acid. But what is it?As we age, our body’s natural ability to produce collagen slowly declines, meaning the start of wrinkles and skin discoloration. Hyaluronic acid keeps collagen producing, which in turn keeps the skin supple.

We actually make hyaluronic acid (HA) ourselves. It is especially present in skin, eyes and joints. But as we age, we lose this super important acid. HA helps keep us full of moisture and lubricated in the joints so everything stays the right shape and place. HA has the best superpower ever. It retains moisture up to 1000 times its weight in water. That’s insane! Good insane. Moisture is key to younger looking skin.

Fun fact: I use pure hyaluronic acid in my facials! Book one with me here.

HA is not harsh or skin stripping. It’s actually the complete opposite. I know the word acid can freak people out, but we actually drink lactic acid if you drink milk! We also produce HA ourselves. So don’t worry, this is the miracle skin saver! HA is a super powerful humectant, meaning a moisture binding agent, that keeps skin looking young, plump and hydrated!

Benefits of HA

  • Hydrates dry, aged skin
  • Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • Treats sores, sunburns, wounds
  • Lubricates achy joints
  • Increases moisture
  • Helps reduce dryness of eyes

So if you’re looking for that miracle, all natural drug for younger looking skin, look no further! Add this into your skin care routine and watch the magic happen for yourself. If you’d like to buy pure HA directly from me, I would greatly appreciate it as it will help grow my business and you can know exactly where it came from! Text or leave voicemail to order at (214) 912-9873.

Do you use HA in your skin care routine? Let me know below!


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