One of the biggest things Hyaluronic acid is it’s ability to instantly hydrate the skin.
Here are some highlights of what it does, then I will tell what it is.
There are many other benefits to Hyaluronic acid, for the entire body, but for our purpose, we are focusing on the skin.
• Healing wounds
• Smooth skin
What is it?
Hyaluronic acid is a sugar that occurs naturally in the body, including the skin, eyes, and joints. The primary function of hyaluronic acid is to provide moisture to these areas of the body.
Hyaluronic acid plays a crucial role in skin moisture. As people age, the moisture in their skin decreases, so using our product greatly improves this problem. After a scientific test was done, results were an increase of skin hydration of up to 96% after 8 weeks of use across the different types.
Hyaluronic acid helps the skin maintain moisture and helps the tissue regeneration process involved in healing wounds. Further, it also can help with joint pain, and virginal dryness among other things, it is truly a hero.
When a person experiences changes in their skin, it can have an adverse psychosocial impact. This can occur during the aging process.
Around 50 percent of the body’s total hyaluronic acid is present in the skin. Changes in this amount, possibly due to UV exposure, can lead to the formation of wrinkles. During the aging process, the body does not make enough to hydrate and lines start to appear.
Hyaluronic acid can significantly decrease the depth of wrinkles and enhance skin firmness and elasticity.
One study involved women applying hyaluronic acid topically, twice daily, for 8 weeks.
The study reported up to a 40% decrease in the depth of wrinkles and an up to 55% increase in skin firmness and elasticity compared with participants who did not apply the acid. Hyaluronic acid can help to improve the symptoms of mild to moderate eczema.
Participants in a study, hyaluronic acid in a foam form was more pleasant to use and improved their eczema more than a ceramide-containing emulsion cream.
This incredible ingredient is available in several of our stock private label formulas, but also can be added to you own unique formulation. Call us today at Private Label Skincare Florida to talk about your new products, or formulating new one just for you.
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