What are the uses of Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic Acid was first used in skincare in the 1960s. In the 1990s, it was included in more cosmetic and skincare formulas.
Is Hyaluronic Acid good for wrinkles and fine lines?
Skin loses moisture and Hyaluronic Acid with age which can cause skin to become dehydrated. When skin is dry or dehydrated , fine lines, wrinkles and rough texture are often more visible. Using hydrating products with Hyaluronic Acid can help improve the look of lines and wrinkles for smoother, younger-looking skin.
What is fragmented Hyaluronic Acid?
Fragmented Hyaluronic Acid is a form of Hyaluronic Acid that is in smaller pieces that are more easily able to penetrate the surface layers of skin.
What skin type should use Hyaluronic Acid?
Every product with Hyaluronic Acid is different so it is important to look for formulas for your skin type and skin needs. Hyaluronic Acid by itself is a lightweight molecule so it can be an effective ingredient in formulas for oily skin. While oily skin may feel greasy, it can actually be dehydrated (lacking in water) and need the moisture boost of a lightweight hydrator. Products with Hyaluronic
Acid are often beloved by dry and dehydrated skin types who benefit from hydrating and moisturizing formulas to plump and smooth skin with moisture.
Did you know?
The name “Hyaluronic Acid” comes from the Greek word, “Hyalos” which means “glass.” “Uronic” is a term for a sugar that is found in the molecule.
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