New Anti-Ageing Hyaluronic Acid Upgrades for Dehydrated Skin

My skin loves the plumping effects of hyaluronic, but sometimes it’s just not enough.

I’m sick of looking in the mirror and seeing lines, pores and dehydration, I need optimal hydration levels but also something that tackles my texture problems. So I’ve done some research and looked at what’s new; it’s time to upgrade my HA. Here’s why:


One size doesn’t fit all

Imagine your skin like a sponge; hyaluronic acid (HA), acts like a super-absorbent sponge inside your skin, holding tons of water (up to 1,000 times its weight). This keeps your skin plump and hydrated. But in the grand scheme of sponges, regular HA is more like a big bath sponge that sometimes doesn’t get into the nooks and crannies you want it to. It can also feel a bit sticky too.

Hyaluronic acid texture

If you want more hydration and fewer lines…

Try acetylated hyaluronic acid


Why is it different to regular HA?

It’s HA mixed with tiny transformers (acetyl groups) to make it smaller to allow for better penetration and more water resistance.


Why upgrade to acetylated hyaluronic:

  • It improves penetration into the skin, potentially reaching deeper layers.
  • It increases moisture retention due to its unique properties.
  • It makes it less sticky.
  • Some studies suggest it may have additional anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.


Where can I find acetylated hyaluronic acid? 

Acetylated hyaluronic acid can be found in Clarins’ newly renovated Hydra-Essentiel range. Learn more here.

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If you want more hydration, more oil control and fewer lines…

Try low and high-weight hyaluronic acid with niacinamide


Why is it different to regular HA?

Combining low and high-weight hyaluronic acid offers two benefits:

  • High-weight HA: Forms a protective barrier on the skin’s surface, preventing moisture loss and providing immediate plumping.
  • Low-weight HA: Penetrates deeper, hydrates deeper skin layers, and potentially plumps skin more effectively.

Adding niacinamide to the mix further expands the benefits by addressing additional concerns:

  • Hydration: Both low and high-weight HA contribute to this.
  • Oil control and pore minimization: Niacinamide is particularly effective in these areas.
  • Brightening: Niacinamide also helps brighten the skin tone.


Why upgrade to low and high-weight hyaluronic acid with niacinamide:

You get long-lasting, multi-level hydration vs immediate surface moisture. the benefits of oil control, skin refining and a stronger skin barrier.


Where can I find low and high-weight hyaluronic acid with niacinamide? 

Low and high-weight hyaluronic acid with niacinamide can be found in Bioderma Hyalu+ Serum. Learn more

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