Hyaluronic Acid for smoother skin.
Many people who regularly use a Hyaluronic Acid (HA) product enjoy improved skin texture. Much as it makes the skin appear tighter, HA also leaves the skin with a silky finish you can not only see but feel.
This effect is particularly useful for those with acne pitting and scarring. Hyaluronic Acid won’t fill these pits, but it will reduce their appearance somewhat. Microneedling in combination with HA can markedly improve the appearance of acne scarred skin over time. Several treatments will most likely be needed, but it’s often worth it as acne scarring is notoriously treatment resistant.
Hyaluronic Acid improves fine lines and wrinkles.
What’s one of the best things about Hyaluronic Acid (HA) moisturizers and serums? They quickly and dramatically reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Most dermatologists recommend starting treatment with HA at age 30, but it’s technically never too early to start.
HA combats fine lines and wrinkles in two primary ways. The first is a plumping effect, which takes place as your serum soaks in, then begins absorbing water. This literally pushes wrinkles outward, effectively erasing them. The second is increased skin cell production. Skin that isn’t fighting for hydration will produce new, healthy cells at a faster rate. This will naturally reduce the appearance of fine lines.
The skin at the sides of the eyes is often the first to develop wrinkles. That’s why it’s a good idea to use an HA containing eye cream twice daily.
Hyaluronic Acid promotes skin cell health.
The skin of older adults usually responds especially well to ongoing treatment with a product containing Hyaluronic Acid (HA). That’s because a well-hydrated face offers better protection for skin cells located in all layers of the skin. The long-lasting humectant effect this ingredient provides also delivers enhanced hydration for many hours. They’re also commonly used twice a day (morning and night).