Hyaluronic Acid Beauty Cream
People use Hyaluronic Acid Cream to deeply hydrate skin and improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Hyaluronic Acid Beauty Cream brings your inner beauty to the surface. Naturally found in the skin, Hyaluronic Acid helps to maintain firmness and elasticity through intensive hydration. Help replenish your skin’s supply of Hyaluronic Acid with our revitalizing cream. Be beautiful, inside and out!
• Best selling facial moisturizer!
• Hyaluronic acid holds 1000x its weight in water - ultimate hydration for the skin
• Helps smooth the skin and soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
Tips and Tricks
Tip: Smooth on face or problem areas in the morning and at night for maximum benefit.
Tip: Taking a Hyaluronic Acid supplement in pill form may benefit both your skin and joints!
Q: What does hyaluronic acid do to the face?
A: Hyaluronic acid cream is a powerful long-lasting moisturizer that helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, plumps and hydrates the skin, and improves skin firmness and elasticity. It is a humectant which means it holds moisture, and each molecule can hold up to 1000x its weight in water - that fact is what makes it an essential ingredient in many top quality moisturizers.
Q: Can hyaluronic acid lighten skin?
A: Hyaluronic acid is best known for its amazing ability to hold on to water and plump skin - improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and providing intense hydration. While hyaluronic acid aids the skin to regenerate new and healthier skin cells, and that can potentially lighten skin, it would do this very gently and over time. It can aid in fading dark spots on the skin through new cell regeneration, but it probably won’t eliminate them completely. Combining your hyaluronic acid cream with vitamin C, which is known as a natural skin brightener, may help you get to the appearance you’re looking for!
Q: What should you not use hyaluronic acid cream with?
A: Hyaluronic acid sounds like it’s a rough product to use on your face, but it’s actually quite the opposite! Hyaluronic acid cream is an intense hydrating agent and pairs well if you are also using a Retinol cream (vitamin A cream) on your skin. Retinol is a great booster of cell turnover, but can be drying and irritating to the skin if it is not properly moisturized. Combining Retinol with Hyaluronic Acid creams give you the best of both worlds - plump, hydrated skin and a reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles!
WHOLE FOOD SOURCES
Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in our skin and joints, but there are some foods that have a high concentration:
• bone broth
• soy based foods
• root vegetables
• citrus fruits
• leafy greens