Hyaluronic Acid for Skin: 5 Reasons Why

Hyaluronic Acid for Skin: 5 Reasons Why
by Truly Beauty

No other skincare ingredient hydrates your skin the way hyaluronic acid does. You'll find it in a range of skincare products, from serums to cleansers to moisturizers. It's easy to find. 

Without a doubt, hyaluronic acid comes with an arsenal of skincare benefits including hydrating the skin, plumping it up, and making fine lines and wrinkles less visible. It's an excellent ingredient to include in your anti-aging skincare routine.

In this article, we're going to take a good look at what hyaluronic can do for the skin and why you should consider it in your daily skincare regimen. 



Hyaluronic acid is a molecule that's naturally found in your skin. It's also found in the connective tissue in your body, as it acts as a lubrication agent for skin, hair, joints, nerves, and eyes.

Gradually, your body's stores of hyaluronic acid decline due to aging. According to a study published in Nutrition Journal, environmental factors such as air pollution and smoking can accelerate the aging process and the diminishing of hyaluronic acid. 

According to board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban, hyaluronic acid's main uses are keeping skin hydrated. "It is a super star at alleviating dry skin," she says. "Hyaluronic acid is a moisture binder, which means that it will attach itself to the water in the cells making them 'plump."

It is also a humectant which means it locks in moisture from its surroundings. In other words, it's excellent for dehydrated skin.

Let's look at its full arsenal of benefits.



Studies show that hyaluronic acid is excellent at bonding with water molecules, making it a main factor in retaining skin moisture. Skin aging is caused by lack of moisture in the skin, which is why hyaluronic acid can be extremely helpful in re-instilling that moisture and tackling aging skin.


Strengthens the Skin Barrier

Research shows that hyaluronic acid can effective hydrate and retain moisture in the skin. Skin hydration is essential for a healthy and glowing complexion. You see, when the top layer of skin lacks water, your skin is unable to maintain an intact skin barrier. Without a strong skin barrier, your skin is more vulnerable to damage from external sources like the environment. 

Thanks to the hydrating properties of hyaluronic acid, it not only strengthens the skin's barrier, but tackles dry skin. That's why you'll often find this moisturizing ingredient in lotions, serums, and creams. 


Makes Your Skin Look Younger

When people think of anti-aging ingredients, retinol tends to spring to mind. Awesome it is indeed, but hyaluronic acid is just as effective in smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles. This is mainly due to the fact that this ingredient replenishes lost moisture, helping to promote a plumper, more youthful appearance. 

And if you want real proof that it works, just look at this study in MMW Fortschritte der Medizin which found that anti-wrinkle creams containing hyaluronic acid lessened the depth of wrinkles around the lips and eyes by up to 20 percent over a three-month period. 


Improves Skin Tone

Using hyaluronic acid serum on a regular basis provides the hydration your skin needs to look its best. By keeping your skin moisturized with hyaluronic acid products, you can improve the appearance of your skin tone, while preventing breakouts and dryness. 


A Safe Filler

Injectable hyaluronic acid is a popular treatment nowadays and the best part is, it's considered very safe. Hyaluronic acid injections are particularly safe because the ingredient's composition is so close to the substances in human bodies. In other words, you can add volume to areas like the cheeks and lips, without causing major irritation. 


Suitable for All Skin Types

Whether you have sensitive skin or oily skin, hyaluronic acid is non-irritating and safe for use regardless of your skin type. There are no dangerous side effects of hyaluronic acid. In fact, in the field of dermatology, it is a highly respected ingredient. 



You'll find hyaluronic acid in a host of skincare products, but here are some things you should watch out for:

Vitamin C

Hyaluronic works even better with it. Usually, it's always best to look for hyaluronic acid without other ingredients, but vitamin C practically doubles its beauty benefits. 

Low Molecular Weight

When looking for hyaluronic acid to buy, check to see if its molecular weight is listed. Ideally, you should be looking for a product with a low molecular weight like 50 kilodaltons. That's because lower weights can more easily penetrate the skin and help to fight wrinkles. Avoid hyaluronic acid with a high molecular weight as this suggests it may not penetrate the skin as effectively.

No Parabens

Try to look for the most natural product without parabens and additives that lessen its efficiency. Opt for a pure product that contains only natural ingredients. You'll also want to avoid fragrance as this can irritate sensitive skin types. 




Truly's Flower Child is designed to restore skin's elasticity by plumping, lifting, and firming your complexion. Enriched with hyaluronic acid and CBD, this brilliant blend nourishes and rejuvenates your skin, so that it is left looking youthful and glowing. 

This vegan anti-aging moisturizer combines two anti-aging powerhouses to reduce the look of lines and wrinkles.

The vitamin-packed CBD is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids to cleanse, exfoliate, and replenish your complexion. It also fights against free radicals that lead to aging skin. 

As for hyaluronic acid, this skin superstar promotes natural collagen production while helping your skin absorb water and add volume to different areas of your skin.

Together, this duo delivers on its promise to provide you with gorgeous, glowing, youthful skin.



Massage into clean, dry skin morning and night. For best results, use regularly. You can apply it more or less frequently depending on the season and your skin's needs.

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