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Hyaluronic acid, the Holy Grail of beauty

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Hyaluronic acid, the holy grail of beauty supplements.

We have here 200mg a serving of hyaluronic acid, which is the highest dose of pure hyaluronic acid you can get in a clean-label supplements.

How does hyaluronic acid support your skin?

Hyaluronic acid exists naturally in our bodies. It's not a manmade ingredient and it can be found in abundance in the skin and connective tissues.

One of the main functions of hyaluronic acid is to attract and retain water molecules.

It has an exceptional ability to hold moisture like a sponge which makes it an excellent hydrating agent for your skin to keep it plump and supple.

By maintaining adequate hydration levels, hyaluronic acid strengthens the skin barrier, keeping it resilient and better able to defend against external aggressors like environmental stressors, pollutants and pathogens.

As we age, production of hyaluronic acid decreases - as is the case with everything else - which leads to dryness, loss of elasticity and fine lines.

Replenishing hyaluronic acid plays a role in minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and improving how firm your skin looks.

Another point, let's say you suffer from acne or any kind of degeneration in your skin. Hyaluronic acid has been shown to promote wound healing and tissue repair.

It helps reduce inflammation, stimulate cell proliferation and support the formation of new blood cells. These are all essential processes for wound healing.

And of course, its moisturizing properties create an optimal environment for the skin to heal. We also know that hyaluronic acid has soothing effects.

It helps calm redness. It alleviates discomfort associated with conditions like eczema, dermatitis and sunburn.

You know what else can hydrate your skin? Water! Add it to a spoon of apple cider vinegar or the juice of a whole lemon and you are sorted.

-- Written by Hala, founder of Dietapplements

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