What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Updated: Dec 13, 2022
Hyaluronic acid is the buzzword in the skincare industry, but what exactly is it? Hyaluronic Acid, even though it is called an 'acid', is actually a large molecule produced by your body. In addition to providing cushioning and lubrication to the joints, this fluid helps the skin to be more flexible and stretchy. Molecular Hyaluronic Acid can attract water up to 1,000 times its own weight! The skin becomes plumper and dewier as water content increases. You should use this moisturizer as a supplement, not as a replacement. It is important to incorporate an appropriate moisturizer with emollients to aid in lubricating your skin.