Our Best-Selling Pure NASHA Gel! A blend of Low Molecular & High Molecular Hyaluronic Acid for Superior Hydration.
Hyaluronic Acid is one of the best plumping serums available on the market today! Hyaluronic acid (HA) acts like a sponge, holding in moisture, helping your skin maintain its optimal hydration level.
OurHyaluronic Acid Serumsare a gel that contains glucosamine. A naturally-occurring amino acid allows collagen fibers to expand, giving your skin a fuller, more youthful appearance!
The High Molecular HA adds volume that plumps your skin. The Low Molecular HA deeply hydrates to diminish the look of wrinkles! Pure Hyaluronic acid serums are applied topically. The pure NASHA HA plumps fine lines are an excellent wrinkle-injection alternative for supple-looking skin.
Wrinkle fillers such as Radiesse and Juvederm come from Hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is an extremely gentle and non-irritating, oil-free skin plumper. It doesn't clog pores, making it an excellent choice for those with sensitive, oily, or problematic skin.
It's a superior hydrating gel that moisturizes your skin for a softer, smoother, younger-looking complexion!
Boost Skin Volume and Fullness
Skin Plumping Gel
Low and High Molecular HA
Skin types:For all.
Use after cleansing and toning. Apply to face and neck, morning and night, or as needed.
You already know that you need to keep your face moisturized if you want to fight the signs of aging. After all, when it comes to things that can seriously harm your complexion, dry skin is second only to UV exposure.
Keeping your skin hydrated, though, is not quite as simple as buying a decent moisturizer and using it whenever you think your skin feels dry. Not even using it each day will hydrate some complexions.
Hyaluronic Acid serums do the very best job of penetrating deep into your skin. Plus, they plump your cheeks, filling in fine lines and wrinkles, and keeping your skin hydrated. Whether or not you use a moisturizer in addition to a Hyaluronic Acid serum, you absolutely must use the serum.
The Difference Between Serums and Moisturizers
Many consumers get confused about the difference between serums and moisturizers. It is understandable, as they both claim to hydrate your skin. However, there’s one relatively significant difference.
Hyaluronic Acid serums are formulated to penetrate deep into your skin, to hold onto water molecules, and to plump your skin by maintaining hydration at this level. Moisturizers, on the other hand, have a heavier cream or oil base that’s intended to add to your skin’s natural barrier against evaporation.
Serums hold moisture deep in your skin, while moisturizers lock water in at the surface. You can then see why so many people use both a serum and a moisturizer, especially if they have chronically dry skin.
Now, why is it so crucial that you choose a Hyaluronic Acid serum? Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in your body.
It helps maintain the fluid in your eyes, and it assists in the lubrication of your joints. Because it’s a naturally occurring substance, your body responds well to it and won’t reject it when it’s introduced topically.
Hyaluronic Acid serums give you the most effective means of plumping cheeks and lips without filler injections or surgery. Filler injections are costly and painful, too. Plus, when you go to a medical spa or cosmetic surgeon for these injections, you’re likely to come away with bruises around the injected area for a few days after treatment.
With Hyaluronic Acid serums, you massage the serum into your face and watch your complexion come to life. As the hyaluronic acid goes to work hydrating your collage tissue, it immediately leaves your face looking and feeling softer and fuller.
How Hyaluronic Acid Serums Keep You Looking Young
In addition to hyaluronic acid, our serums also have other age-defying active ingredients, such as Argireline (acetyl peptide 8). In addition to the Hyaluronic Acid's plumping and hydrating effects, Argireline also acts as a neuropeptide.
Apply it topically, and it works as a muscle relaxer. It is partially blocking the neurotransmitters that control your facial muscles’ movement. That’s why Argireline has been called “Botox in a jar.”
However, instead of painful needles and large bills, you get to use a hyaluronic acid serum with Argireline to plump your skin and fill in lines while, at the same time, relaxing your facial muscles and preventing them from causing new lines and wrinkles (sometimes called “expression lines”).
If you add vitamins and antioxidants to that combination, you can also get a hyaluronic acid serum that stimulates collagen production by providing nourishment. More collagen production means more elasticity in your face, which will significantly improve your complexion's look.
If you’re ready to see a younger, more beautiful face when you look in the mirror, try one of our Hyaluronic Acid facial serums today.
Why You Should be Using Hyaluronic Acid
HA is a gel substance that feeds the collagen in our bodies. It hydrates and delivers necessary vitamins and minerals to the collagen that naturally occurs in our bodies. It is a humectant, an ingredient that draws moisture and expands to cause a plumping effect.
Think of a full, ripe grape. When the grape is young, it is plump and colorful. As the grape ages, it begins to develop creases, it becomes dull looking and dries up. Adding a topical application of HA expands to smooth out your complexion and returns it to its original plumpness.