Meet Your Skin's New Best Friend: Hyaluronic Acid

Meet Your Skin's New Best Friend: Hyaluronic Acid

Published by Wonder Laboratories on Feb 18th 2018

Acid might sound like a strange companion for healthy skin, but in the case of hyaluronic acid (HA), few things are better for dry, aging skin. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that's highly concentrated in your body's eyes and joints. It's produced in both the human body and animals. (In fact, the hyaluronic acid taken in supplement form is often derived from a rooster's comb!) Hyaluronic acid supplements have many potential benefits, including the ability to provide joint pain relief and heal skin wounds, ulcers, and burns. Today, however, we'd like to focus on just one of the most popular benefits of hyaluronic acid: healthy, moisturized skin.

Hyaluronic Acid for Enhanced Skin

One recent study observed 33 women (average age of 45) who used hyaluronic acid for a period of eight weeks. The results? Quite surprising…
  • Wrinkle depth decreased in up to 40% of the women
  • Skin hydration improved in up to 96%
  • And skin firmness and elasticity were significantly enhanced in up to 55%

How Does Hyaluronic Acid Moisturize Skin?

As a humectant, hyaluronic acid keeps substances moist. In fact, HA is the most powerful naturally moisturizing chemical known to man. Studies have shown that hyaluronic acid can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water! So, how does hyaluronic acid moisturize skin? By bonding moisture to your skin, HA is able to smooth out wrinkles, add plumpness and firmness, and enhance the skin's ability to protect the body from bacteria and infection.

Who Needs Hyaluronic Acid?

We all need hyaluronic acid, and we all produce our own hyaluronic acid. However, as the body ages, the skin produces less HA. We can see the results in the form of dandruff, wrinkles, saggy skin, and dry lips. Many people, as they age, choose to combat these effects of decreased hyaluronic acid production with a supplement. Of course, you don't have to wait until your body begins producing less HA in order to benefit from a supplement. Many young and middle-aged people with healthy skin choose to incorporate hyaluronic acid into their daily routine as a preventive measure. By boosting your skin's health with a daily dose of HA, you may enjoy improved elasticity and a youthful appearance – not to mention the joint health benefits! Pick up a bottle of hyaluronic acid (rooster comb extract).

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