What does hyaluronic acid do? It helps your skin retain moisture and supports the elasticity of skin. For a nourishing hyaluronic acid serum, try the Hyper Real Serumizer™, or opt for the Hyper Real SkinCanvas Balm™ Moisturizing Cream. – both are infused with hyaluronic acid, so used together or separately, you will still see the benefits without affecting any makeup you might place on top.
When to use hyaluronic acid? Knowing when to use certain standalone ingredients can be tricky. Having to figure out which order to use what can cause adverse effects and can also affect the makeup you place on top. Having hyaluronic acid already perfectly formulated into the Pro-4 Power Infusion Matrix™ means you never have to worry where to add it, and you always know it’s going to work with or without makeup.
To easily add this ingredient to your everyday makeup routine, our must-have STUDIO RADIANCE SERUM-POWERED FOUNDATION is infused with 10% hyaluronic acid solution. This has been perfectly formulated with just the right amount to provide plump, glowing skin with 24hrs of hydration.
How to use hyaluronic acid. Incorporating hyaluronic acid into your skincare regime is easy. Apply the Hyper Real SkinCanvas Balm™ morning and night and gently massage into the skin in circular motions. Similarly apply the Hyper Real Serumizer™ morning and night – dispense one to two pumps onto fingertips and gently press the formula upward and outward into the skin.
Is hyaluronic acid good for acne? Research shows that hyaluronic acid can help control sebum production. Sebum is an oily substance produced by our sebaceous glands and it can clog pores and lead to blemishes. Research has also found that hyaluronic acid can reduce the appearance of acne scarring.
Can you use hyaluronic acid with vitamin C? Yes! Both these skincare ingredients work well together as an anti-ageing team – hyaluronic acid acts as a sponge and helps your skin retain moisture, while vitamin C helps protect the skin from UV rays and environmental damage.
Can you use hyaluronic acid with retinol? Like vitamin C, retinol pairs well with hyaluronic acid to fight signs of ageing. Boost your skin’s moisturiser with hyaluronic acid and soften and prevent fine lines and wrinkles with retinol.
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