Hyaluronic Acid( products)
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Be it a cream, lip balm, sheet mask, or any other advanced skincare product, hyaluronic acid (H.A.) is omnipresent. You might get intimidated with an acid word here, but hyaluronic acid is ultra-gentle. And it is found in our body such as bone joints, eyes, & skin too. Likewise, collagen hyaluronic acid is produced by the fibroblasts cells in the second layer of skin which is called the dermis. You might be wondering what is the purpose of this acid. It’s a natural humectant, it absorbs water from the environment and holds it into the skin. Even derms say that it can hold water up to 1000 times of its weight. H. A. functions similar to a sponge that absorbs liquid and holds it.
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid serum
Even though our body produces acid, the very outer layer of our skin doesn’t have the capacity of producing it. Hence, being into the deeper layer of skin this acid can’t attract water from the outside environment. That’s why you need to layer up this acid on your skin. Since it pulls water from the environment it’s a very hydrating ingredient and makes your skin look dewy & plump. That’s why it’s used in many facial fillers. It can
● Make your skin hydrated & look dewy, radiant & plump ● Add volume to wrinkled skin
● Moisturise skin & erase fine lines
● Smooth out rough to very rough patches
● Heal wounds & make skin healthy
How to Use Hyaluronic Acid?
As we said earlier hyaluronic acid is found in many skincare products, but the question is which product should you use. Ideally, hyaluronic acid should be followed by any oil so that it can be locked on your skin surface, hence using a moisturiser is mandatory to post applying this.
Now talk about the emulsions such as lotion & face cream, which already have acid & oil both. So technically if you use creams that have H.A. you don’t have to add any other moisturising element. But it also has a catch, people with oily skin won’t want to add more oil to their face so, they should always go with the hyaluronic acid serum where the more active version of this ingredient is present. And then add a little bit of water-based moisturizer.
But people with dry to very dry skin can get their hands on a good moisturizer with hyaluronic acid with a hyaluronic acid face serum. The double dose of H.A. serum will work as a booster dose and they will have a sufficient amount of water in their face as a result you get moist & radiant skin.
Rules of Applying Hyaluronic Acid
● Clean your face properly before applying H.A. serums.
● You can use toner to maintain the pH balance of the skin.
● Now take a few drops of hyaluronic acid & gently massage it to your skin in an upward circular motion.
● Now apply a moisturizer according to your skin type.
● Use it twice a day for best results.
Why Choose Clovia Botaniqa Hyaluronic Acid Products?
Whenever it comes to get the best results without having any side effects, natural products are recommended. Because skincare products formulated by chemical procedures might alter the active ingredients and their effectiveness.
Clovia Botaniqa hyaluronic acid products have natural ingredients and are formulated by ayurvedic methods. Hence ultra-gentle & super effective products. Apart from being ayurvedic & natural, these products are vegan and free of toxins, sulphate & parabens. And the best part is these products are made in India.
There you go, you have the reason, and know the method of picking the right hyaluronic acid-based skincare products. Get your hands on this natural humectant and combat dry, patchy, dull, & oily skin.
Q.1. Can I use the hyaluronic acid serum every day?
A.1. Yes, it adds moisture to your skin so it’s recommended to use it every day.
Q.2. Which is better: vitamin C or hyaluronic acid serum?
A.2. We can’t compare vitamin C with hyaluronic acid as these two are very different and treat skin differently. Hyaluronic acid acts as a sponge and holds water in your skin to make it hydrated. On the other hand, Vitamin C boosts collagen production, fights bacteria & brightens the skin.
Q.3. Should I use hyaluronic acid or niacinamide first?
A.3. Always use hyaluronic acid first to get enough hydration, then layer up with niacinamide to control the excess oil production. People with oily skin can exercise it, and people with dry skin shouldn’t add niacinamide.
Q.4. What is the right age to start using the hyaluronic acid serum?
A.4. You should start using hyaluronic acid in your 20s.