When it comes to getting dewy, hydrated skin, few ingredients deliver the way that hyaluronic acid does. While the fact that "acid" makes up 50 percent of the name, don't be fooled into thinking the ingredient is not for everyone; in fact, the substance is naturally produced by our bodies and holds up to 1,000 times its weight in water. However, your skin's level of hyaluronic acid decreases with age, so if you're looking to maintain your moisture barrier and ramp up hydration levels, you may want to consider incorporating HA-laced products into your daily skin-care routine.
"[Hyaluronic acid] is great at holding water and giving skin resilience and firmness," New York City-based dermatologist Doris Day tells Allure. "This not only helps the skin look beautiful, but also helps it function at its best. We can inject hyaluronic acid into the deeper layers of the skin to help restore lost volume, but used in creams and serums it can also do wonders for rejuvenation and hydration."
Provides immediate smoothing in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and supports the skin's natural ability to retain moisture resulting in radiant, rejuvenated tone and texture.
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