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Guide to Using Hyaluronic Acid

By Dr Samridhi Sharma I Skin expert, FCL

What is Hyaluronic Acid & How it Works?

Hyaluronic acid is an essential molecule that contributes to 50% of glycosaminoglycans (GAG) which helps in providing firmness, maintenance, and production of collagen & elastin for skin health.
Did you know? Our body already makes hyaluronic acid but due to internal and external stressors, hyaluronic acid starts getting depleted from our body resulting in dullness, loose and saggy skin, fine lines, and wrinkles, and also contributes to poor skin maintenance. Hyaluronic acid when topically introduced into a skincare regimen can have multiple benefits acting as a powerful hydrator and humectant at the same time. This helps retain moisture and makes skin look plumpy and healthy from within thus giving it perfect radiance. It can be used in the form of moisturizers, toners, and serums to enhance the anti-inflammatory effect when applied directly to the skin.
Hyaluronic Acid acts as a supporting ingredient to so many other skincare actives which makes it unique.

Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

  1. Hydrates the skin Hyaluronic acid maintains the extracellular matrix that supports the cells and helps water molecules to stick to each other giving the skin an ample amount of hydration by maintaining the natural waterproof barrier.
  2. Reduces fine lines and wrinkles Adding a hyaluronic acid serum to your daily regimen can help your skin have multiple anti-aging benefits. As we age the amount of skin damage our skin goes through is huge, Hyaluronic Acid acts as an antioxidant to protect the skin from the damaging molecules called free radicals thereby preventing the early signs of premature aging like saggy skin, dullness, fine lines, and wrinkles.
  3. Hyaluronic acid is safe for all skin types Did you know that hyaluronic acid can be used in the form of serum, toner, or moisturizer by anyone and everyone. It is safe for all skin types, even acne-prone skin as it helps in strengthening the skin barrier by hydrating the skin well. It is safe to be used during pregnancy and nursing as well.
  4. Improves the skin texture The combination of hyaluronic acid with retinol, azelaic acid, and glycolic acid in the form of serums and moisturizers you can attain a better texture of skin over time.

How To Add Hyaluronic Acid Into Your Regimen?

If you are using hyaluronic acid in a serum form, it is always advised to use it on damo skin, simply take couple of drops on your palm and pat it on the face, wait for a few seconds before applying moisturizer over it and finally seal it with sunscreen to retain moisture and sun protect the skin. Consistent use can lead to a smoother and radiant looking skin.

Hyaluronic Acid can be at AM and PM in your skincare regimen to get the best of benefits to your skin, Hyaluronic acid works well in combination with

  • Retinol
  • Vitamin C
  • Azelaic acid
  • BHA & AHA ‘S

Can Hyaluronic Acid Lead to More Breakouts if You Have Acne-Prone Skin?

Yes, if hyaluronic acid is overused this can make oil glands even more active and secrete more oil which can aggravate acne. On the other hand, hyaluronic acid can sometimes dry out the skin and make your oil glands secrete more oil to balance out the skin’s pH . This can further increase inflammation and worsen acne.

Side Effects of Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid has no side effects till you overuse it. Dryness and irritation can follow if not used in the right way in your skincare regimen.

Conclusion: You can start using hyaluronic acid anytime as it is the most effective and safest active ingredient when it comes to acne breakouts. Addition of hyaluronic acid in your skincare regimen can be a game changer. To start with you can always consult your dermatologist to know the product type and application according to your skin concern.