Hyaluronic acid - an ultimate nourishing and moisturizing ingredient

Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan, is a clear, sticky substance that is naturally produced by your body. The largest part is in your skin, connective tissue and your eyes. Hyaluronic acid is present in all tissues and fluids and is needed for the vital functions of your body to keep it hydrated. 
It is a popular ingredient in the cosmetics world, and not without reason. Hyaluronic acid is one miracle cure for wrinkles and helps the skin look younger and fresher.
hyauronic acid serum with probotics has anti-aging properties

Hyaluronic acid, what is it?

The name of Hyaluronic Acid is a bit misleading, because Hyaluronic Acid is not really an acid (INCI name: Sodium Hyaluronate). It is actually a sugar that acts like a sponge or magnet. Each molecule of hyaluronic acid can hold 1.000 times its weight in water - And water is essential for hydrated skin. By using a face serum with hyaluronic acid even the extremely dry skin a soft, fuller texture and a more even tone. A face mask containing hyalronic acid can also help to soften fine lines and wrinkles. In addition, hyaluronic acid is good for the skin barrier.

Hyaluronic acid and its molecular weight

In cosmetics there are different types of hyaluronic acid that can be used in cosmetic formulations. Size matters - because different hyaluronic acid molecular weights give different benefits to your skin.
Low molecular weight hyaluronic acid works in the long term. It is moisturizing for the skin wrinkles and fine lines, promotes the normal functioning of the skin barrier, improves skin texture and can shrink pores. Precisely because of its small molecular size, this hyaluronic acid can penetrate deeper into the skin.
High molecular weight hyaluronic acid works in the short term. It effectively moisturizes the skin surface and it has anti-inflammatory effects. The best hyaluronic acid serum therefore consists of a composition of both molecular weights.
Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid with probiotics - does it matter?

Certainly! Hyaluronic acid combined with probiotics has many proven effects on the health and well-being of the skin.
The two ingredients (hyaluronic acid and probiotics):
  • Increase skin type I collagen synthesis: Collagen is one of the important structural proteins in the skin and is responsible for the elasticity and firmness of the skin.
  • Are an effective moisturizer: up to 18% more effective than glycerin.
  • Improve the barrier function of the skin by improving cell renewal. Effective cell regeneration keeps the skin in better condition. A healthy and well-treated skin provides better protection against environmental radicals such as UV rays.
These are the reasons why we chose to create a Hyaluronic Acid & Probotica Serum: one product with all possible anti-aging and skin care benefits.

Hyaluronic acid for all skin types

A big advantage of hyaluronic acid is that it is suitable for all skin types. Because of its moisturizing and anti-aging properties, it is suitable as a facial care for dry skin and aging skin. But combination or oily skin also benefits from lightweight hydration. The product does not clog the pores and does not feel greasy. This means that impure and acne-prone skin can also use this. Hyaluronic acid is also safe to use during pregnancy and a way for remove wrinkles naturally.

Hyaluronic acid for daily use?

Apply a few drops of Hyaluron & Probiotics Serum to cleansed face. If you have very dry skin, you will get the best results if you combine the serum with a face spray and an facial oil. Although hyaluronic acid can attract and retain moisture, it does not necessarily prevent moisture from evaporating over time. That's why it's important to maximize the benefits by introducing an occlusive or soothing ingredient to you facial care add, such as a facial oil. It seals in the moisture drawn into the skin by hyaluronic acid and the two work together to ensure that the skin is and stays hydrated.
Hyaluronic acid in skin care

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