Hyaluronic Acid Vs. Sodium Hyaluronate
what to know both have moisturizing benefits
Hyaluronic Acid, beloved in the beauty industry ingredients. Present in the body's joints and eyes and diminishes as we age, causing dryer skin, signs of aging and wrinkling. Hyaluronic Acid plays a big part in skin health, keeping cells hydrated and plumped.
Hyaluronic Acid works on the surface of the skin and attracts water to help hydrate the skin. Especially good in the winter months to protect the skin.
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Sodium Hyaluronate is derived "extracted" from Hyaluronic Acid as a smaller molecular weight and has the ability to penetrate into the deeper layers of skin.
Sodium Hyaluronate works on the surface to smooth, hydrate AND does the same on a deeper level to reduce signs of aging.
Easily absorbed boosting ability to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin, moisturizer-sealing to plump and decrease the signs of aging.