When looking for antiageing products, we all know collagen is an absolute must-have for plumping and reducing fine lines, but Dr Bradley, founder of Lamelle Research Laboratories says Hyaluronic Acid is largely responsible for the plump and youth full appearance of young skin
HA is an active ingredient in Lamelle’s correctives HA+ Serum, that hydrates and rejuvenates the skin by replenishing Hyaluronic Acid and moisture resulting in better-moisturised skin in as little as an hour.
What is Hyaluronic acid?
HA is a sugar found naturally in the skin. It is capable of holding a relatively large amount of moisture and expanding to keep it in the skin.
By holding moisture; HA keeps the skin looking plumper, nourished, healthy and youthful.
As we age, our skin produces less HA, losing its ability to hold moisture and losing volume. This leads to the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and skin that looks to be thinner.
HA can be replaced through anti-ageing serums and creams, however, Dr Bradley warns that this is not easy to do. Maintaining the steady production of HA in your skin is a more viable strategy.
Eat a balanced diet rich in magnesium and zinc and protect your skin from sun damage. Healthy well-nourished and moisturised skin is less likely to show harsh signs of ageing and also more likely to produce more HA and collagen to maintain itself.
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