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Hyaluronic Acid and Its Alternatives

28 May 2017 г.

Everlasting moisturizing is a very important process essential for the skin health, beauty and beauty. Unfortunately, after age of 25 skin is starting to lose the ability of binding water because of age-related changes and environmental harm like stresses, unhealthy diet, UV-radiation, air conditioners and central heating, which is instantly reflects in skin appearance. Modern cosmetology allows to get rid of these issues using a wide range of moisturizers that contain different types of active substances.

 

What is hyaluronic acid

Among cosmetic products that moisturize, heal and rejuvenate skin the most popular and effective now is hyaluronic acid. In modern cosmetology this substance is in a high demand, which can be easily explained. The hyaluronic acid is a natural moisturizer in the human body and can be found in skin, joints, eyes etc. Its molecules keep the liquid in the skin depth and make it elastic and smooth. As far as hyaluronic acid level reduces with the age, it can be restored using dermal fillers.

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What are hyaluronic acid alternatives

Cosmetic producers offer some substitutes instead of hyaluronic acid, which have other advantages in comparison with it. The most known are the following:

  • Sodium hyaluronate, the salt of hyaluronic acid which has less dimensions and capable to penetrate skin being an ingredient of a cream;
  • Glycerin, very effective moisturizer and hydrator;
  • AHA-acids or alpha hydroxy acids which can be naturally occurred or synthetic.

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How hyaluronic acid work

The main objective of hyaluronic acid and its alternatives is to balance liquid level, reduce aging signs and protect skin from negative externalities. But use method and result can vary:

  • Glycerin boosts metabolic processes in the upper skin layers, cleanses and moisturizes skin as long as humidity is not less than 55%, otherwise glycerin starts to drain liquid from the deepest skin layers and dries skin. The fraction of glycerin in the cream mustn’t be more than 7%, it is not desirable in high concentrations.
  • AHA-acids moisturize, reduce wrinkles, exfoliate dead skin cells, remove age spots, stimulate collagen producing. Not recommended on sensitive skin and for sunbathing.
  • Hyaluronic acid moisturizes, regenerates cells, provides with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect and lifts the skin. Being natural ingredient has no contraindications.

Sodium hyaluronate moisturizes, stimulates skin tone, smooths fine lines, stimulates nourishing. Being natural ingredient has no contraindications. Small dimensions let hyaluronic acid infiltrate into the deep skin layers.

Sodium Hyaluronate

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