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Why is all the Hype about Hyaluronic Acid?

Everything You Need to Know About the Hydrating Ingredient

In recent years, Hyaluronic Acid has been all the hype, but why? Acids are widely used in many skin treatments, but every type of acid is different when it comes to benefits and performance.

Most people don’t know that these acids are already on the skin, so by adding more, you’re increasing the quantity, which increases the benefits. Hyaluronic Acid is one of the most common types of acids used in skincare, so let’s talk about why.

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid, also known as Hyaluronan, is a clear, jelly-like substance that is naturally produced by your body. It can be found in your skin, connective tissue, and eyes. The main function of the acid is to keep your tissues well lubricated by retaining water. There are several ways to incorporate it into your skincare routine; such as moisturizers, topical serums, eye drops, and even injections and supplements.

Since aging and environmental factors play a huge role in the amount of Hyaluronic Acid our body retains, it naturally decreases as we age. The human body contains around 15 grams and it can be derived from many sources, especially in food.

The Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

The main function of the acid is to keep the skin hydrated and moisturized, by retaining water in our bodies. This is why it can be used to relieve joint pain and lubricating bones. It can also speed wound healing. Although, the most common reasoning for use is to, of course, keep the skin extra hydrated.

Who Should Use Hyaluronic Acid?

Every skin type should have Hyaluronic Acid in their skincare routine! It’s pretty obvious that anyone with normal to severely dry skin should use Hyaluronan, but it’s also necessary for combo and oily skin.

Oily skin is the body’s way of overcompensating for dryness. Thus, if you apply the acid, it will keep the oil at bay instead of becoming over excessive. This is great for combo skin as well because it will have the same effect while hydrating dry skin.

If you haven’t incorporated Hyaluronic Acid into your skincare yet, this is your sign! No need to be stingy with it either. The more the merrier!

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