Hyaluronic Acid Supplements

For Hydrated Skin


Hyaluronic Acid

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Hyaluronic Acid

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All About Hyaluronic Acid

All About Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in the body, concentrated in the skin. It acts like a sponge, holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water, keeping skin plump and hydrated.

As we age, our body's natural production of hyaluronic acid declines, which can contribute to the appearance of wrinkles and dryness. This is where hyaluronic acid supplements come in.

The Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

Did you know that hyaluronic acid helps your body bond water to tissue? Because of this, it plays a key role in hydrating, cushioning and lubricating areas of the body. Using hyaluronic acid may help:

 Maintain General Health & Wellbeing

Decrease Skin Dryness

Support Skin Hydration

*When dietary intake is inadequate. Always read the label and follow the directions for use.

3 Tips for Hydrated Skin

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Hyaluronic Acid Supplements

Incorporate hyaluronic acid into your skin routine either as a topical serum, or as an oral supplement.

Pair Iron with Vitamin CPair Iron with Vitamin C

Stay Hydrated

Hyaluronic acid thrives in a well-hydrated  skin and and sun exposure weakens its effects. Make sure to drink lots of water and wear sunscreen daily. 

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Get Plenty of Sleep

Prioritise your sleep – poor sleep can decrease the production of hyaluronic acid and increase signs of skin ageing.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is hyaluronic acid?

    Hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan – a type of complex sugar called a polysaccharide. Just to be confusing, it’s also a humectant, which means it’s a substance that retains water. It’s naturally made in our bodies, but as we age, production slows, and our skin loses volume.
  • What does hyaluronic acid do?

    It keeps our body hydrated and lubricated. In your body, you’ll find hyaluronic acid naturally in your skin. Glycosaminoglycans naturally attract water, and hyaluronic acid can bind up to one thousand times its weight in water. This is how it helps your joints to stay lubricated and everything else to stay hydrated. 
  • Why is hyaluronic acid not listed on the ingredients list?

    Ready for plump, hydrated skin but can’t see hyaluronic acid on the ingredient list? This is because it goes by a few different names. Often, it’s listed as sodium hyaluronate, which is what happens when you combine it with sodium. 
  • Can I use hyaluronic acid serum and hyaluronic acid supplements together?

    You can use hyaluronic acid in your daily skincare routine, as well as taking supplements at the same time. As a general rule, it plays well with others. If you are concerned, reach out to a dermatologist for expert advice. 
  • Can I use hyaluronic acid supplements with other skincare products?

    You sure can, but the order you use them may impact the effectiveness of the product. Always follow the instructions to get the best results; you don’t want your liquid gold sitting on top of your SPF.
    Always read the label and follow the directions for use,