Hyaluronic Acid: Nine Benefits and How to Use

If you're experiencing any of these signs; Itchy skin, dullness, increased skin sensitivity, fine lines, and wrinkles, then your skin is dehydrated. 

Why am I bringing this up? 

Because as you may have heard, hyaluronic acid helps treat dehydration. But to what percent? And is it scientifically proven to be effective? And how to use it for best results? 

Keep reading to find out…

Hyaluronic acid has become one of the most popular products in skincare. Since it has capitalized on 9.4 billion of market size, i’s safe to assume everyone worldwide has used, it at least once. This goes back to its effectiveness in maintaining a dewy and glowy skin complexion. As recent studies show; 98% of participants reported their skin felt more hydrated after applying Hyaluronic Acid.

How to Apply Hyaluronic Acid for Best Results

Always know that face serums come before creams. The correct order to apply your skincare goes from lighter forms to heavier ones. Hyaluronic acid is applied to the skin after cleansing and before face cream in your skincare routine. 

Here’s an illustration to demonstrate: 

How to apply Natavis Ultra-hydrate or Hyaluronic Acid

                   Feel free to download it or take a screenshot for later reference.

What Are the Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid?

The scientific name for hyaluronic acid is glycosaminoglycan, a substance naturally produced in the connective tissues of our bodies. 50 percent of it is actually found in our skin. However:

"According to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, women have 30% lower levels of natural moisturizing factors in their skin than men."

As we age, the natural production of hyaluronic acid decreases. Increasing the need for Hyaluronic acid in every skincare routine. Inviting our well-formulated product Ultra-hydrate serum to the rescue. Containing the latest clinically proven potent moisturizing active ingredients; 2% of Hyaluronic Acid, 3% Aquaxyl, and 5% pro-vitamin B5. This formula boosts epidermal Hyaluronic Acid synthesis by +31% in 28 days, and boosts ceramides synthesis by +139 in 28 days

Decreases Trans-Epidermal Water Loss

67% of woman experience an increase of Trans-Epidermal water loss (TEWL). That's when Hyaluronic Acid comes handy as it's clinically proven to decrease the TEWL by -30% in 28 days.

Hyaluronic acid is able to hold up to 1,000 times its molecular weight in water. Easily penetrates the skin to bind skin cells with water, infusing all layers of the skin with superior moisture. After giving the skin moisture, hyaluronic acid continues to control moisture, providing long-lasting hydration.

Increased Flexibility

By improving your skin's natural barriers, it becomes more moisturized and isn't easily affected by environmental factors and pollutants. That makes it more elastic and able to recover from the effects of the sun, heat, and external weather factors in general. In addition to internal body factors related to aging in particular.

Smoother Skin Texture

Hyaluronic acid fills the skin with moisture, it also tightens the skin in general and defines facial features for a more youthful look. It smoothens your skin for a silky smooth finish.

According to research made on the benefits of the ingredients found in our Ultra-Hydrate; 97% of participants reported their skin felt smoother and firmer.

Reduces Lines and Wrinkles of Aging

Hyaluronic acid levels begin to decrease as you get older, which makes you see wrinkles clearly. Your skin gradually loses elasticity and freshness, and wrinkles may become your prominent issue at the age of 25. Especially if you're not focused on hydration in your diet.

You'll most likely need to follow the steps of 58% participants from the same study that witnessed fine lines and wrinkles disappear after using hyaluronic acid for 8 weeks. 

Hides Skin Pigmentation

It wouldn't be fair to describe hyaluronic acid without mentioning its role in helping Alpha Arbutin in reducing and preventing the appearance of dark spots and pigmentation problems, whether they are caused by pregnancy, sun exposure, or even aging.

In fact, when your skin is hydrated, it speeds up the absorption of other skin treatments - which you can find in our Brightening Serum. If you suffer from deep, dark spots and hyperpigmentation and looking for a fast, effective routine to get rid of that problem for good, check out this routine.

Prevents Acne

Hyaluronic acid promotes proper moisture balance in the skin and prevents excess oil production that clogs pores and leads to acne.

Hyaluronic acid can be obtained in multiple ways and in different forms. In the following lines, we will talk about it in more detail.

Where can I find Hyaluronic Acid?

Creams and Serums

Hyaluronic acid is included in the composition of many moisturizing creams. It's also made in the form of a serum capable of penetrating the upper layers of the skin to improve and benefit the skin. Hyaluronic acid helps in repairing and protecting tissues. When applied as a cream or serum, hyaluronic acid forms an air-permeable layer, which increases skin elasticity and hydration.


Hyaluronic acid can be taken as oral supplements because it plays an important role in collagen production, which is essential to enhance skin structure. As the percentage of collagen in your body decreases, wrinkles become more noticeable. Hyaluronic acid maintains the continuity of collagen production as well as retaining moisture, which contributes to reducing age wrinkles.


Hyaluronic injections are most often found in beauty and skin clinics. They're injected under the skin to improve wrinkles or treat pigmentation. This offers a way more faster approach.

They also treat enlarged pores. What distinguishes these injections is that their results appear quicker compared to other forms. The high cost and the fear of needles in this case makes it a last resort for most women.

In the end

Focus on products that contain hyaluronic acid for those with dry skin due to its effective ability to moisturize. It's also great for oily skin as it helps reduce acne and actually balances out your skin oil production. If you're over 25, it's essential to add hyaluronic acid to your skincare routine. It's the most effective ingredient to help you maintain skin moisture and prevent the appearance of wrinkles as you age.

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