What is hyaluronic acid good for?
Within the body, hyaluronic acid helps your joints to move smoothly without grinding, helps the skin to stretch and flex, helps wounds to heal with minimal scarring, and keeps our bodies moisturised.
Where does hyaluronic acid come from?
Hyaluronic acid can be made from fermenting certain strains of bacteria, fermented plant sources such as corn, wheat or soy, or it can be extracted from animal tissue. When derived from plant sources, the material is fermented with lactic acid bacteria, then purified and turned into the final product. SKINGLO’s hyaluronic acid is a product of the plant fermentation process and is vegan-friendly.
How should I take hyaluronic acid?
We recommend using a moisturiser containing HA to bolster your skincare routine, as well as taking a hyaluronic acid supplement to top up your levels of this key ingredient. Taking hyaluronic acid orally helps to stall the decline in your skin’s natural HA levels by providing your body with more HA – it then distributes this around your body, including to your skin. There are several studies showing how taking hyaluronic acid supplements can make skin appear smoother, making this the ultimate way to love your skin from within.
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