The beauty and skincare industry is transforming as it is taking a more herbal and natural direction. Natural Beauty Products/Skincare Products are gaining traction in the cosmetics products world. One such hot topic these days is Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic acid is not just one of the most common and user-friendly compounds in the cosmetic business; it is also one of the most talked-about, season after season and product after product. But what exactly is this allegedly miraculous ingredient that appears on every hued list?
What is Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic acid is a humectant (a material that holds moisture) and can bind over 1,000 times its weight in water. This material is present naturally in numerous human body parts, including the skin, eyes, and joint synovial fluid. Hyaluronic acid utilised in cosmetics and skin care products is generally produced in a laboratory by bacteria using a technique known as bio-fermentation.
The synthesis of important molecules in the skin, such as hyaluronic acid (together with collagen and elastin), diminishes as we age, or due to any adverse condition irrespective of age. Our skin loses volume, moisture, and plumpness as a result. The moisture of the skin can be retained to a certain extent with the help of certain products with hyaluronic acid as an ingredient. It is the best moisturizer for dry skin. But an organic facecream with hyaluronic is as rare as a diamond.
How does HA help the skin?
Hyaluronic Acid occurs naturally in the human body. In essence, the chemical acts as a moisture magnet, allowing your cells to retain as much moisture as possible, leaving your skin feeling soft, plump, and healthy. A single gram of hyaluronic acid may store up to six litres of water and manage the moisture within the cells so that they do not drown. Here are some ways in which HA is good for the skin.
Many HA-containing skincare products promise to boost skin moisture. But is this correct? The solution necessitates a closer examination of the sort of HA used in the product. HA is available in a variety of molecular sizes. Larger HA molecules, although being the most effective in binding water and providing hydration, are incapable of penetrating the epidermis. When administered topically (to the skin), these molecules lay on top of the skin, providing merely surface hydration. Smaller HA molecules can penetrate deeper into the skin because they bind less water than bigger HA molecules (though only into the epidermis, the topmost layer of skin).
Herbal and better!
Hyaluronic acid is called the holy grail of hydration and it is synthetic in most cases. Farmherbs Botanicals have developed a certain kind of Polysaccharides which is called botanical hyaluronic acid and it is proven to be 2.5 times more effective in hydration and is 100% derived from herbs! This herbal variant of this iconic ingredient elevates our face creams, face washes and serums to levels of efficacy that is beyond comparison. 100% purity of these molecules is ensured every step of the way and it is also devoid of any side effects. Our active ingredient list consisting of herbal variants of iconic ingredients goes on with Bakuchiol (retinol alternative),ceramides, Niacinamide and so on. This is the best of both worlds, bringing the efficacy of synthetics and the safety of herbals together for the promising culmination of safety and efficacy! This is exactly why Farmherbs is called a herbal revolution in every sense of the word.
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