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Hyaluronic Acid is one of those ingredients that you always hear called a “super ingredient,” but some of you may not really know anything about it! That’s why we are here. We are going to answer some of your burning questions about Hyaluronic Acid and the BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum from the simple ones like “What is Hyaluronic Acid?” to “Will Hyaluronic Acid help extend the life my fillers?”

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Let’s start with the basics. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a mucopolysaccharide (say that 5 times fast) found in most cells in your body. It’s often called “the body’s moisturizer.” One of its main functions is to bind water and to lubricate movable parts of your body. The greatest amount is found in your skin, which has almost 50% of your body’s HA.

What is Hyaluronic Acid Good for?

It’s a very important part of your skin’s cellular matrix and is responsible for preserving healthy moisture levels, maintaining cell structure, keeping your skin smooth and plump, regulating healing and upholding your skin’s defense against environmental damage. As you age, the levels of Hyaluronic Acid diminish, leaving your skin prone to dryness, irritation, and wrinkling.

What is the BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum?

BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum, a Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Our BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum is a combination of ingredients that concentrate on hydrating the top layers of your skin, the epidermis and then above that the stratum corneum. These are the layers that take the most environmental stress and are most prone to dryness. The BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum helps your skin cells hold onto moisture, maintain plumpness and flexibility, and aids the overall health of your skin.

What ingredients in the Serum help achieve healthy skin?

We have a number of ingredients in the BeautyPrep Hyaluronic Serum that work together to aid your skin’s health and to make this product a powerhouse of hydration without being sticky or heavy. Just some of the ingredients are Ulva lactuca which is the backbone of Hyaluronic Acid and comes from a beautiful green seaweed called jade alga. Also included are beta glucan, hydrolyzed collagen, and, of course, Hyaluronic Acid as sodium hyaluronate.

What is the difference between Hyaluronic Acid and Sodium Hyaluronate?

Sodium hyaluronate is the sodium salt of Hyaluronic Acid found in most of our connective tissues. We use sodium hyaluronate because it’s a smaller molecule which has a better plumping action than the larger molecule of straight HA.

What is Beta Glucan and how does it affect your skin?

The Beta Glucan we use is certified natural by Ecocert and is extracted from oat kernels. It acts as a natural moisturizer barrier and film forming agent. This film helps to prevent trans-epidermal water loss, which means your skin cells are able to hold on to more of their own moisture. It also helps relieve dry itchy skin because it replenishes your skin’s moisture barrier and generally locks in so much hydration that your skin looks smoother and younger. It’s pretty much your favorite new ingredient!

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