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Hyaluronic Acid Is Great For Your Skin

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Hyaluronic Acid Is Great For Your Skin

Hyaluronic Acid Is Great For Your Skin

According to Business Insider, "Hyaluronic acid is in everything these days, from moisturizer to lip balm to SPF, but the best way to get a concentrated dose of the hydrating and skin-plumping benefits is with a serum." The SkinCeuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier uses 1.3% hyaluronic acid with nourishing botanical extracts for a potent cocktail of ingredients.

When put into serums, moisturizers, and cosmetics it is very plumping, hydrating, and soothing for the skin.

Unlike with other active ingredients like the acids in chemical exfoliants or retinoids, it's harder to overdo hyaluronic acid.

You can more easily layer multiple products that contain the ingredient without causing irritation.

Think of it as a lightweight yet powerful moisturizer.

Whether in makeup or skin-care products, hyaluronic acid also helps base products like foundation and concealer glide on and gives them a more natural finish.

No cake-face here!

In the winter, I love to apply a hyaluronic acid serum as part of my morning and evening routine to boost the overall hydration of my complexion.

In the summer, I replace heavy-duty creams with hyaluronic-based gel moisturizers or even skip moisturizer all together and rely on serum alone to keep my skin supple.

Most skin types can benefit from the addition of hyaluronic acid — if you're dry, it can add the extra boost your skin needs to stop flaking, and if you're oily or acne-prone, it can actually hydrate without clogging your pores.


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