Hyaluronic Acid works to replenish depleted collagen to gradually plump and firm aging skin thus reducing fine lines and wrinkles for a younger, more beautiful appearance.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural occurring substance in skin, fluid and tissues in both humans and animals.
While young skin has an abundance of HA, as we age free radicals gradually destroy the Ha which is vital to support the layers of skin which is made up of collagen and elastin fibers.
Skin cells produce hyaluronic acid naturally in order to maintain moisture levels. But, as we age, the cell renewal begins to slow down. As the amount of hyaluronic acid is degraded by free radical activity, the skin begins to sag, wrinkle and lose its elasticity.
HA products are used in anti-aging skin care routines to:
Due to the small molecular structure of hyaluronic acid, it if often used in conjunction with other anti-aging treatments such as retinol and Vitamin C to help the active ingredients penetrate through the skin layers effectively.
Look for hyaluronic acid concentrations of between 1% and 2% on product labels to ensure you use an effective HA treatment.
Use hyaluronic acid creams along with these DIY spa devices to really kick your skin care routine up a notch:
These spa treatments work to stimulate the skin which facilitates great absorption deeply through the skin layers, reaching skin cells to provide vital nutrients.