Hyaluronic Acid - What's the Deal?

  • It's not poison.
  • It's not corrosive.
  • Our own skin cells produce it.
  • It decreases with age.
  • You'll like it!

Hyaluronic Acid may be the key to flawless, smooth, hydrated skin.  Your skin cells produce plenty of it in your youth, but as time goes on the amount of Hyaluronic acid your skin cells come up with tends to decrease.  

Sufficiently hydrated with Hyaluronic Acid, your skin feels plump, very soft, and appears much more radiant. 

With liberal use of Hyaluronic Acid, lis and wrinkles seem to disappear - and certainly appear diminished.  This is great news for those with aging skin looking to retain their youthful appearance..

Everyone can use it.  It's good for any skin type, even sensitive skin or skin that's prone to breakouts and even for those with an oily complexion.

Antioxidant properties are also present in Hyaluronic Acid, as shown by recent research.  And that means it can serve as a sort of shield against free radicals contained in pollution.

Hyaluronic Acid retains up to 100 times it's own weight in water - and becomes an excellent source of hydration for your skin.  And you can do a  lot to replenish the Hyaluronic Acid in your skin cells by topical application as contained in numerous commercially available skin care products. 

By amazing coincidence, we carry lots of products rich in Hyaluronic Acid.


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