A Review: Hylamide Low Molecular HA

Hyaluronic Acid. We’ve all heard of it. We all know it exactly what it does, how and who it’s dry cleaner is; because we’re all geniuses. 

You may not know that not all HA is created equal.

HA is naturally occurring in our bodies. It’s a lubricating agent that stops our joints from squeaking, it’s in your eyes and brain and in it’s greatest concentration; in skin tissue. It’s super power is binding itself to water. Up to 1000 times it’s own weight in water, actually. HA is the guy you can thank for healthy skin. As we get older, our supply of HA diminishes causes the skin to line and sag. It’s super power makes it premo for plumping the skin and reminding the skin to pretend it’s 20… If the HA can penetrate your skin that is.

If HA’s molecular structure is too large, he can’t penetrate your pores and give your skin a hard time for letting you go around with lines. When he can’t get in, he simply sets up camp on the surface of your skin and draws moisture out. Remember how it binds to water?

So, we need to find ourselves a HA with a small enough molecular structure to be able to penetrate to where it’s needed.

Which is what makes Hylamide’s offering unique. Hylamide uses five different forms of HA to target all levels of the skin. Some of these forms will kindly give free ride to the ingredients in your moisturiser and serum and get them where they need to go.

Low Molecular HA is a thick jelly texture that spreads and absorbs relatively quickly. I find the most effective way to incorporate Low Molecular HA into your regime is as a booster before serum and moisturiser. It will plump your skin up like no moisturiser could dream and help your serum be less lazy.


Hunt him down at:


Australia: https://www.priceline.com.au/hylamide-booster-series-low-molecular-ha-30-ml

US: https://www.cvs.com

UK: http://www.boots.com/en/Hylamide-Booster-Low-Molecular-HA-Serum-30ml_1672256/

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