Hyaluronic Acid is Your Skin’s AntiAging Friend!

Hyaluronic Acid is a substance that is naturally found within your skin matrix. It works together in between the top layers of dermis, providing support and elasticity from birth through life. As we age, natural production slows down, and contributes to the looseness and sagging of our skin. It is a very important component to have in your anti-aging skin care regimen!

Recent studies are showing that topical application of Hyaluronic Acid contributes to skin regeneration, and acceleration of wound repair.

Hyaluronic Acid is a potent skin hydration booster, promoting improved elasticity of aging skin.  It can also protect your skin from the type of sun damage that produces age spots. This is a key ingredient to look for as you select your anti-aging skin care products.

“Hyaluronic acid is an abundant component of the skin’s extracellular matrix, located in the spaces between skin cells in the dermis and epidermis…. In the skin, hyaluronic acid is essential for moisture retention, cell communication, cell proliferation, cell migration, and wound repair. This jelly-like compound can bind 100 times its weight in water and plays an essential role in supporting skin function, regulating the movement of cells, and is transporting essential nutrients from the bloodstream to the living cells of the skin. Hyaluronic acid has also been shown to reduce dryness, itching and burning, and is important for cell growth tissue repair. Accumulation of hyaluronic acid in the epidermis and dermis in response to barrier disruption suggests that the compound plays a major role in maintaining skin barrier function. Damage from sun exposure is known to significantly reduce hyaluronic acid concentrations in the skin. ” (From the Apriori Beauty Science Center.)

Skin Care Products I recommend with Hyaluronic Acid: 

Precision Skin RejuvenatorActivating TonicFirming ComplexEye + Lip Age Eraser,

Day Defense Plus, Night Repair 3-Deep, Hydroburst Moisture Intense Body Lotion  

REFERENCES:

  • Baumann L. Skin ageing and its treatment. J Pathol 2007; 211:241-251.
  • Brown MB, Jones SA. Hyaluronic acid: a unique topical vehicle for the localized delivery of drugs to the skin. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 2005; 19(3): 308-318.
  • Maytin EV, Chung HH, Seetharaman VM. Hyaluronan Participates in the Epidermal Response to Disruption of the Permeability Barrier in Vivo. American Journal of Pathobiology 2004; 165(4): 1331-1341.

 

 

About Candace

Candace Dye is an Apriori Beauty Consultant and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner. Her passion is helping others to uncover and enhance their true inner radiance with tips for health, wellness, skin care and beauty!

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