Hyaluronic Acid - To Age or Not To Age!

Hyaluronic Acid - To Age or Not To Age!

Today I am speaking to all those out there with aging skin - pretty much anyone over 30 or 35, you know who you are - starting to see a few of those fine lines - or maybe you have more than a few of those fine lines and a few deep ones. We all know that Hyaluronic Acid has been the talk of the town for quiet a while now...and as for me - I wanted to know just what exactly it is...moreover, does it work?

So I found out that Hyaluronic Acid is a polysaccharide that occurs naturally in the human body and works to help your body produce collagen. The Hyaluronic acid in your body thus supports your elasticity in your skin. This natural molecule is specifically found in the hair, eyes, nerves, and in the lubricating liquid substance between the joints and tissues in your body. In the skin, Hyaluronic Acid works to occupy the areas that are between collagen and elastin and it works to renew cells and and this process renews the skin’s natural suppleness for a healthy appearance and texture. Young skin also abounds in Hyaluronic Acid, yet when we look at the scientific analysis of older skin it is totally lacking in Hyaluronic Acid.

Who really cares about polysaccharides, molecules or science when you see those lines on your face? Perhaps you love your lines, and that is just fine - but if you are trying to maintain healthy skin care habits and moisturize with natural skin care products, then do go to SXYU.ca for all your skin care needs. While you are there you can purchase skin care moisturizers and serums that have been formulated with the addition of Sodium Hyaluronate (simply Hyaluronic Acid in an all natural water soluble form). Cosmetics enriched with Sodium Hyaluronate help to effectively restore the skin’s moisture with natural hydration, promoting a more youthful complexion. Its water-holding ability – specifically its natural capacity for holding water that is 1000 times its weight – makes it an exceptional hydrating agent and thus a popular ingredient in the cosmetic industry; this ingredient is widely used in rejuvenating skincare products intended to address the appearance of wrinkles and can be found in SXYU's serums.

So What Can Hyaluronic Acid Do For You?

    • Relieves your itching due to dehydrated and irritated skin
    • Smoothen the appearance of wrinkles and generally improve the texture of skin
    • Improve and enhance the absorption and benefits of other nourishing ingredients in a formulation
    • Provides gentle enough use on most skin types, including acne-prone issues
    • Replace the skin’s natural Hyaluronic Acid content, which diminishes with age, exposure to UV radiation, and various other environmental factors that lead to gradual moisture loss
    • Promote the look of replenished facial volume by causing the skin to appear swollen/plumper, which helps reduce the look of fine lines

Don't forget to eat some healthy foods that  assist your body in producing Hyaluronic Acid. Bone Broth is an excellent assistant - and for my vegan friends - Soya-Based foods like tofu, tempeh and edamame are perfect as well Root Veggies especially starchy root veggies. These foods include potatoes, sweet potatoes and other tubers such as jicama and Jerusalem artichoke. Citrus Fruits the citrus fruit family block the breakdown of the Hyaluronic Acid in our bodies, oranges, grapefruit, are wonderful to stop this - also eating tomatoes and grapes can improve your skin in as little as three weeks when coupling this with your favorite Hyaluronic Acid skin care product from SXYU Cosmetics at SXYU.ca

So I am ready to jump on the Hyaluronic Acid skin care train - at sixty years of age it's about time. I just needed to know that I could use a product that was natural and knowing I can purchase this in skin care products at Gendermart.com, a place I trust and know where small batches, careful formulations and hygienic conditions exist; Canadian Made products are available to me. Oh yes, they are there for you too! Check it out and I hope you get on board too!

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