Many brands are now offering moisturizers that contain hyaluronic acid, and some have developed the concept of “hyaluronic acid stock” that they say works well. In fact, moisturizers have been a mainstay of the cosmetic market across brands, but even so, some people are always asking, “How do I moisturize my skin?” Let’s take a look at hyaluronic acid skincare and skin moisturizers.What is hyaluronic acid? Does it really ‘hydrate’?
Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronic acid, is widely found in the connective tissue and dermis of the body. It is a clear colloidal substance with a strong ability to absorb water. It is a moisturizing factor for the skin. It acts as a water locker, plumps up the skin and reduces wrinkles caused by dryness. As we age, hyaluronic acid is lost faster than growth and the skin becomes progressively dehydrated. Hyaluronic acid is relatively safe for topical use as a skin moisturizing ingredient. There are basically no contraindications to its use, except for some patients with skin diseases or broken skin. Just a reminder that hyaluronic acid for cosmetic use is completely different from hyaluronic acid for medical cosmetic injections
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