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Hyaluronic Acid Serum Directions For Use


Directions for Use

hyaluronic acid serum - directions for useOur specially formulated Anti-Aging Hyaluronic Acid Serum contains several key ingredients – Hyaluronic Acid, and vitamins A, C, D3, and E.

Hyaluronic acid acts as a lubricant for connective tissues in your body, including your skin. It is used to combat the effects of aging, and can even be applied to damaged skin to promote faster healing.

Some users who try hyaluronic acid serum for the first time are surprised when they seem to experience a “drying” effect as a result of applying the serum. This can be prevented by taking some extra steps when you are applying the serum.

In order to get the most out of our skin products, it is important to understand your skin type. Hyaluronic acid is a moisturizer, but its effect on your skin will depend in part upon your skin type—whether it is dry, oily, or you have combination of both. The climate may also have an effect.

For dry skin

Hyaluronic acid serum is capable of holding a great deal of moisture. While this means that it is very hydrating, it also means it may withhold moisture if it is not applied with a moisturizer. This is why many users with dry skin discover that the serum seems to make their skin even drier.

To avoid this, you need to prep your skin first by dampening it and then follow it up with a moisturizer. Here are the application steps:

  1. Wash your skin.
  2. Apply the serum to your damp skin before you dry it off.
  3. Seal the serum in with a layer of high quality moisturizer on top.

Taking these steps will ensure that the hyaluronic acid serum will pull moisture into your skin from the damp conditions you have created, instead of pulling moisture out of your skin and withholding it from your body.

For oily skin

You may be able to apply hyaluronic acid serum straight onto your skin without any additional moisturizer.

  1. Wash your skin.
  2. Apply the serum to your damp skin before you dry it off.

For best results, you may still want to follow the same advice prescribed for those with dry skin (sealing in the serum with a moisturizer, see above).

For some users with oily skin, however, a moisturizer will simply be too much on top of the hyaluronic acid serum, making the serum best used alone.

For combination skin

Try using the steps listed for dry skin first. If you discover you do not need the moisturizer, then simply apply directly to damp skin, following the directions for oily skin.

Humid vs. Dry Climates

As one final note, the climate you live in can also have an effect on how hyaluronic acid serum works on your skin.

In humid climates, the serum is far less likely to have a drying effect, but if you have very dry skin naturally, you may still experience this phenomenon without the aid of a moisturizer.

In dry climates, even users with oily skin may require a lotion in order to lock in the moisturizing effect. If you have dry skin and live in a dry climate, using a moisturizer is extra important.


Deionized Water, Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), Aloe Barbadensis Juice, Phenoxyethanol, Witch Hazel Extract, Acrylates/C 10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, MSM, Potassium Sorbate, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E acetate), Sodium Hydroxide,Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C Ester), Lavender Oil, L-Arginine, Retinyl Palmitate (vitamin A palmitate), Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3)