June 20th, 2016
Estrogen is also a key part in Hyaluronic Acid production, which explains why young women have such beautiful skin and why sagging and wrinkling come on shortly after menopause! Not surprisingly, plastic surgeons have capitalized on this discovery by using it as injectables for a variety of cosmetic procedures on the face.
Hyaluronic Acid is a poplar ingredient in many topical skin products, it is also known to help with wound healing and reducing scarring. In addition it provides antioxidant defense against free-radical damage and reduces inflammation. So how do you add this magic ingredient into your skincare routine?
Most products containing Hyaluronic Acid are normally in moisturizers or serums. When selecting a product, be sure to check the rest of the ingredients. The important thing to keep in mind is that even if a product contains Hyaluronic Acid, you must pay attention to the other ingredients as well. Be sure to stay away from products containing irritating fragrance ingredients and drying alcohols that may undo the benefits that Hyaluronic Acid can do for your skin.
I recommend Corrective Skincares “Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizer”, it is oil free, hydrating and is so light you can use it as an eye cream and on your neck too! When these ingredients are combined with an anti-aging routine that includes gentle products and daily broad-spectrum sun protection, you’re stacking the deck in your favor for younger, supple looking skin!