How to use Hyaluronic Acid Correctly?
Did you know that misusing Hyaluronic Acid can cause skin dehydration? According to skin experts, a common misconception about hyaluronic acid is that it equals hydration. And while it's true that it can temporarily hydrate the skin, it isn't a long-term fix and may even lead to drier skin in some cases. This annoying problem can occur when you apply hyaluronic acid to already dehydrated skin, which can pull precious moisture from the internal and structural layers. Thankfully, there's an easy fix for this problem. The key is to apply hyaluronic acid to damp skin. This ensures it has enough moisture to bind to and won't pull water from your skin. Another tip is to use an emollient or occlusive moisturizer after applying hyaluronic acid, which can help prevent moisture loss into the air, particularly in dry environments.