Best Moisturizers with Hyaluronic Acid
What is in a moisturizer or face serum with hyaluronic acid in it? The age-old question that whirls in the earth today. Is it safe to put a moisturizer on the skin that has hyaluronic acid in it? Normally, throwing acid in someone’s face is not a wise eye idea. A Case in point, several decades ago a thriving model showcased some eye mascara. It dripped into her eyes and began to sting them. Her eyes started watering and burning. Her eyesight began to fade so she went to the eye doctor. The mascara had contained a deadly acid in it and the acid ate the eye tissue away and she went blind. This is the type of acid that is dangerous to allow it to touch human tissue of any kind. Now, that we got that out of the way hyaluronic acid is one of the safe types of acid that will help to regenerate and heal the skin not damage it.
It does sound precarious to rub an acid into your face because there is that stigma of it eating away the skin and leaving heavily embedded scars in the skin for life. But truly this acid is healthy for the skin and can regenerate, revive and may even create to skin cells. It is possible that the human body may even produce this type of acid naturally. Yes, the body produces synovial fluid which hyaluronic acid is the main component of. The acid helps to grease all the membranes around the heart, lungs, and some other major organs in the human body. It even helps to lubricate the cartilage in joints. So, it is a vital component of the human body. This should alleviate any fears we have of using this type of acid as a skin moisturizer or face serum. Let’s Take a look at some moisturizers with hyaluronic acid.
Benefits and Uses: The product will quench dehydrated skin that nourishes skin and delivers nice supple skin and corrects damage quickly. It will help all skin types with many skin conditions. This was the extent of the product description.
Feedback: The husband bought the product for his wife. There is a deceptive tale involved in this review. The customer went to pick up the product and the business was closed he googled the product code and found this product for half the price the local store was selling their products at. The product the wife had bought was re-labeled and the store was selling it for double the price. The wife has been using the cheaper product she looks wonderful and it works great her husband writes. The customer says she has tried other products with hyaluronic acid in them and they did nothing for her. One product even had two types of the acid in it. The products left the skin feeling sticky. This product was absorbed into the skin and hydrated the skin quickly and it did not leave the customer’s skin feeling sticky. I never knew acid felt sticky on the skin this is very curious.
This is a biased review for sure. The customer says she reviews products. She has tried other hyaluronic acid serums before and they didn’t do anything for her skin. This product she says is a winner. She applied some product before this one. She applied this one and it instantly made her skin glow and why that is important I do not know. She has oily/dry combination skin which she says is prone to redness and irritation. This product did not irritate her skin and it healed the blackheads on her skin. It also reduced her pores. The ingredients are safe and they do not irritate her skin as was mentioned before. She has very sensitive skin. The only problem she sees with the product is it may be too expensive. Another client liked the product and said it worked well for her skin. She gave it a four-star rating instead of a five-star rating because the serum came with the seal broken which could mean someone was tampering with the product.
The customer has fairly average light skin. Her skin occasionally breakouts out. She tried the product which she had that was a sample. She doesn’t regret the decision as the product has hydrated her face. Her husband commented that her skin looked great but he did not know she had added this beauty serum to her treatment. She has tried other products for years but none of them worked like this one has. The customer says the serum is sticky like most of these serums are. Another customer said the serum did not leave a sticky film on the face.What is the difference here? This negative reviewer says the other reviews they read are false. But I say this review is false because no one else has complained about the product being sticky. This sounds like a bogus review. Another client says the product works great and their dry skin and cracked lips are gone.
Another customer says the serum works great and really keeps the skin moisturized. Another review that says the product is great and that is about it. It moisturizes was also mentioned but why does it moisturize so well and why is the product working so well. A very general review that does not give any details as to why the product is so great. This review adds no customer value.
This review is to the point and adds value to the customer’s selling experience. The customer says the product does moisturize and has made the thin lines on the face vanish. So, it sounds like the serum can regenerate old skin cells and make the skin look smooth, youthful and glowing. The customer says the product works well as high-priced products. But how does it work well like high-priced products? Does it moisturize the skin? Will it make thin lines vanish? Is it a good anti-aging product? There needs to be more written detail as to why the product works so well.
Benefits and Uses: The scrum is not a partial serum but a serum with 2% more vitamin C than the competition. It is mixed with hyaluronic acid and other powerful ingredients to make it a powerhouse serum. It will keep your skin and confidence healthy. Over time the elements will damage and make the skin age. This powerhouse serum will stop aging and keep the appearance of the skin healthy. The ingredients are hand-picked and there are organic and natural elements are added to the mix as well. It will reduce wrinkles, thin lines and other skin imperfections. The serum is reasonably priced and to sweeten the pot the company offers a 90-day money back guarantee. You do not have to return the bottle of product to get the money back.
Feedback: The customer is a 32-year-old female. She has very oily skin and she was nervous about using the product. She thought it would clog up the pores and make her skin even more oily. The complete opposite happened it balanced out her skin and it is not oily anymore. Furthermore, it cleared up acne scarring noticeably and her skin looks very young, smooth and clear. She posted a picture and her skin looks very smooth, clear and had an even tone to it. It was not oily and there were no traces of any scarring on her face. Her skin looked really good. This product has really helped her. She never writes reviews but she had to write this review because the product improved the condition of her skin so much. You can see the effects it had on her skin from the picture. It really made her skin look very good.
This is a negative but realistic review. The customer had clear and smooth looking skin before using this product. She used the product and it messed up her good-looking skin. She broke out in white bumps called cysts. They were all over her face and the reaction was so bad she went to her dermatologist. The doctor told her to stop using the product immediately and that it was a cheap version of other high quality beauty products. Companies used to have to go through strict standards to get their products to the market. Mow, with e-mail, internet, etc the standards are very lax.
Any company with no formal expertise can now get their products to the market. Even if they are not trained in making the product of the highest quality they can get their products to customers and sell them. This company is one of those “rookies” who does not know what they are doing and they put out a low quality product. This is what the customer’s dermatologist told her. The customer also says there are many reviews of customers saying they broke out using the product. The client showed a picture of her skin before she used the product it was nice and clear. She then showed pictures of her skin after she used the product. There were white bumps all over her skin and you could not miss them. These pictures were not doctored because the bumps looked too natural to have been fake.
The customer is a beauty blogger and makeup artist. She liked the product and wore it under the makeup. She says there is a controversy with ingredients in the product canceling each other out a lack of Ferulic acid in the product that makes it unstable to use. She says it contains a potent amount of antioxidants and she advises people to use it if they want to. Personally, she says she will not purchase the product again because of the reasons she listed above. This customer may be a beauty blogger but her reasons for not using the product are not based in reality. The ingredients canceling each other out were in the rumor state. The reasons she gives for not using the product are not based on factor clinical support. In other words, the product has not damaged anyone’s skin for the reasons she stated that were negative about the product. Other customers had broken out from using the product (the one customer broke out in white cystic bumps she showed pictures of her condition) but nowhere does it say they broke out because of the reasons the beauty blogger listed.
Feedback: The product had over 1700 reviews written about it. It is a popular product but this does not mean it is a good quality product. The customer is over 50 and has been using the product for awhile and she says the results have been very positive on her face. She had bad wrinkles around her eyes and severe bags under the eyes. She says the product removed the bags from under her eyes and the wrinkles around her eyes. She posted an image of herself with no makeup on. The bags appeared to be gone and the wrinkles were gone around the eyes. Another customer who is over 55 years-old used the product for a month and had dramatic results as well. She had dark spots on her face since she was in her 20’s and she tried a lot of creams and other treatments to remove them. They did not work but this product removed her dark spots and this was about after a month of using the product. She now can go to the gym and workout without having to cover her dark spots with makeup. She too says the product is a wonder product. It seems to me like both of these reviews are bogus ones.
Benefits and Uses: This product does what the other products do. It eliminates fine lines, wrinkles, age spots and other skin imperfections. It reduces pores and brightens the skin. It contains ingredients that will fight free radical damage and it is safe to use on men and women. It will treat all skin types and it can be used either in the morning or in the evening. It is paraben free and it contains no harmful chemicals in the formula.
Feedback: The customer is a licensed skincare specialist and tried the product and she really liked it. She thought it would have a bad scent but it did not and it has worked well for her. She has incorporated it into her beauty routine. She advises to wet the face and then apply the product because the HA can hold 10 times its molecular weight in water. What this means is it can hold a lot of water in the skin keeping it super hydrated. She says if you do not wet the face before you apply the product it will not be as effective. Another customer says the product smells bad which is in direct conflict with what the skin specialist said. The skin specialist said it had no smell. I guess it depends on how sensitive your nose is to the product as to whether you will think it smells bad or not.
Benefits and Uses: The company is honest in this product description because they say the moisturizer will fight most aging signs but not all of them. It will fight wrinkles, fine lines and other signs as mentioned before. It will leave the skin looking younger and smoother. It is advised to use the product daily for a long period of time. It has 71% natural and organic ingredients in the formula. It contains no harmful chemicals and the product is cruelty-free. It has never been tested on animals. It has had over 3,000 reviews written about the product so it is a popular choice among consumers.
Feedback: The consumer is 73 years-old and has used the product for the short term. The customer is happy with the results the product has produced on the skin. The customer ordered a bottle and the client loved the product. They ordered a second bottle and the customer was shipped a counterfeit product. She is very unhappy and who can blame her? She should get her money back promptly. This is deceptive to send her a fake product.
So moisturizers with hyaluronic acid in them are safe to use and they will improve the skin. Some of the products will help with the same basic skin issues and they all will improve the condition of the skin after being used. Most of the reviews were positive but there was one negative review written about one of the serums. The customer had good skin before using the product. After she used the product she broke out with white cystic bumps.
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