Hyaluronic Acid helps reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles while retaining moisture in the skin, creating a plumping effect. If the skin's barrier is protected and hydrated, an increase in skin-cell production can occur. Since the skin isn't busy fighting for hydration, the skin is allowed to flourish.
Hyaluronic Acid's consistency is super-lightweight and watery, which benefits anyone with acne-prone skin. Although this ingredient is in moisturizers, makeup, and cleansers, the most potent topical forms are serums and work well on clean, damp (or even wet) skin.
According to experts, Hyaluronic Acid works best by applying it to damp skin for deeper penetration. Adverse reactions could occur if the ingredient is worn on dry skin and leave it more dehydrated. "Hyaluronic acid is a moisture magnet."
In addition, Hyaluronic Acid should not be used in dry climates because it draws moisture from the air and penetrates the skin. If you use it and the air around you lacks hydration, it draws moisture from your skin instead, causing even more dryness.
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