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Just like it makes the skin look firmer, hyaluronic acid can also smooth the skin texture. This causes you to see and feel the silky smooth surface.
If the skin leaves obvious scars due to acne,hyaluronic acid will not be able to fill these scars. However, combined with tools like rollers, hyaluronic acid plus rollers can make the skin look smoother over time.
It is never too early to start protecting and nourishing the skin. Hyaluronic acid is indeed a beneficial ingredient for the skin of twenty to eighty years old.
Hyaluronic acid helps reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles, retains moisture for the skin, and produces a plumping effect. When the skin is protected and moisturized, the production of skin cells will increase because the skin will not be busy fighting for moisture. This results in smoother and fuller skin cells.
The skin around the eyes is one of the first to show fine lines and wrinkles. Using eye cream twice a day will help keep the skin soft and hydrated and prevent the formation of new fine lines.
When the lipid barrier is further enhanced and protected by hyaluronic acid, the skin is better able to defend itself against environmental age-factors and pollutants. When it’s not fighting these toxins, the skin remains less wrinkled, brighter, and bouncier longer.
A good tip to remember: The preservatives used in many products can disrupt your barrier by killing beneficial bacteria, which can also protect the surface of the skin from toxins. The result is water loss, as well as potential irritation and even infection. Look for products with limited ingredients and few preservatives. Many people with oily or acne-prone skin want to use more harsh chemicals to "remove" the oil from their skin. It is important to know that most acne-prone skin does not have a strong lipid barrier, which can promote inflammation and irritation
when cell turnover increases, hyaluronic acid also helps reduce and prevent age spots and pigmentation problems. However, it cannot be done by itself. When seeking to treat dark spots, vitamin C serum and vitamin C enhancer products should be used in conjunction with hyaluronic acid.
In addition, if the skin is not protected from the sun damage in the future, any sun damage cannot be eliminated. Always wear at least 30 SPF every day. Even days when you don’t plan to go out.
No one wants sagging skin. As we age, the elastin in the skin will decompose, and the skin will lose its elasticity or rebound. A quick trick to check your elastin (rebound) is to pinch the skin on your hands. If it rebounds quickly, you still have a lot of elastin. With age, the skin will not recover quickly. The next time you visit your mother or grandmother, try to test them (but don't tell them why... it's really not necessary, it can't be fixed).
Hyaluronic acid will not replace your elastin, but it can help improve the tightness of the skin. When it is full of moisture, hyaluronic acid can tighten the overall skin tone. It helps to tighten facial contours and make the appearance more youthful. This is something you can share with mom and grandma.
Think of hyaluronic acid as drinking a large glass of water for your skin. It can maintain 1,000 times its molecular weight in water. Hyaluronic acid can penetrate the skin and combine water with skin cells, injecting precious, rejuvenating moisture into all layers of the skin.
Humectants are used extensively in skin care products. Think of the humectant as a sponge; after collection, it will continue to absorb and retain moisture. They allow hydrogen bonding and attract water. Examples of humectants in skin care products include ingredients such as glycerin, sorbitol (sugar alcohol), hexylene glycol and butylene glycol, and of course hyaluronic acid.
After injecting precious moisture into the epidermis (the top layer of the skin), hyaluronic acid acts as a humectant and continues to absorb moisture from the surrounding environment. This will provide lasting moisture to the skin.
When oily skin loses moisture (water), it over-compensates for the skin's moisture by producing oil. A big misconception is that oily and acne-prone skin do not need to be hydrated, but in fact, they do need to be hydrated.
The main function of our skin is to protect our body. Obviously, our skin protects our internal organs, muscles, bones, etc. from outside influences. However, our skin can also protect the body from harmful toxins that attack us every day.
The top layer of the skin (the epidermis) bears the brunt of external damage (toxins). As we age, the lipid barrier (fatty acids that are trapped in water and prevent irritants from entering the skin) in the epidermis slows down. Everything from ultraviolet light to environmental pollution to lifestyle choices (such as smoking) can cause damage. This damage can lead to more fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots and dry skin.
Hyaluronic acid can strengthen the skin's natural barrier, help lock in moisture, and achieve a more significant moisturizing effect. Over time, this can help slow the deterioration of the lipid barrier and help protect and strengthen it.