Hyaluronic acid is a naturally-occurring substance found in the human body that acts as a cushioning and lubrication agent for our joints, nerves, hair, skin and eyes. Approximately 50 percent of the body's supply is located in the skin tissues, where the jelly-like substance helps keep it plump, soft and supple. Our ability to produce hyaluronic acid declines with age, and adults have only 1/20 the HA of a baby. The most potent topical form of HA is in a serum and every skin type can benefit when it is added to a daily skin-care regimen.
Directions: Hyaluronic Serum can be applied alone for people with oily skin and should be applied before a moisturizer for those with combination or dry skin.