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Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the human body and is renowned for its ability to retain moisture, making it a popular skincare ingredient. It’s a clear, gooey substance that is found in the skin, connective tissues, and eyes.
In skincare, hyaluronic acid is widely used due to its exceptional ability to hydrate and plump the skin. Despite its name, it’s not harsh or exfoliating like other acids but rather works as a humectant, drawing and holding moisture.
As we age, the natural levels of hyaluronic acid in the skin diminish, contributing to the loss of moisture and firmness. Adding hyaluronic acid to skincare products helps in retaining skin moisture, improving elasticity, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid overview
causes and risk factor Hyaluronic acid

Causes and Risk Factors

Skin Dryness: Paradoxically, hyaluronic acid can draw moisture from the skin when used in very dry environments without proper hydration. In such conditions, it might have the opposite effect, causing dryness instead of providing moisture. In such cases, it’s beneficial to layer hyaluronic acid with a moisturizer to lock in the hydration.
Allergic Reactions: While rare, some individuals may have sensitivities or allergies to hyaluronic acid. Allergic reactions might cause redness, itching, or irritation. Performing a patch test before using products containing hyaluronic acid can help identify any potential allergic reactions.
Increased Sensitivity: In certain cases, particularly for people with extremely sensitive skin, hyaluronic acid may cause mild irritation or a tingling sensation.

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