Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?

by AmorA 2013-05-07
I'm about to buy a product that has mainly good reviews, however, it contains Hyaluronic Acid. Is this safe to put on your skin? It also contains shea butter, green tea, Emu Oil, Aloe Butter and Soluble collagen.

Thoughts?

Advice appreciated.

ETA: I've now googled it and feel somewhat stupid for asking this question. The acid found in the skin care lotion will just be the normal, natural kind, I assume.
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Apurvaa
No worries, Hyaluronic Acid rocks!!!
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Dogsinfo
I use a hyaluronic acid serum almost everyday,my skin is very sensitive and never hada bad reaction(la Roche Posay Biomedic HA)and a lot of people here add HA to C serum,creams,lotions.For me it's a amazing moisturizer.
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Emz
Thanks for your replies.

I'll get it!
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Jw00325
Hyaluronic acid are found in many vegetables, especially root vegetables, it exist naturally in the body, and it's one of those substances that always exists where there is life.
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Kit_cats
Shiseido is the first product to contain Hyaluronic Acid. I have been using the Bio performance super revitalizer for over 10 years. I wouldn't know what to do if they were to stop making it. wicked stuff.
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Kosmex5
I'm not only use the HA cream but also taking HA pills as well. The HA has a high molecular weight which not easy for skin to absorb (just about 5%). I found a website that sell light molecular weight HA which can increase the skin absorption to 17% and just ordered it. I personally love the HA very much after I watched the "fountain of youth". It also good to the joints as well.
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Lendiggity
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I'm not only use the HA cream but also taking HA pills as well. The HA has a high molecular weight which not easy for skin to absorb (just about 5%). I found a website that sell light molecular weight HA which can increase the skin absorption to 17% and just ordered it. I personally love the HA very much after I watched the "fountain of youth". It also good to the joints as well.


This is interesting, I didn't know that, do you have a link please? of where you bought it? Thanks
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Vashni
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Mystery_Reader
Thx! that's interesting mms! Do you mean Low Molecular Weight Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic Acid SLMW - Lotioncrafter LLC

What is "The Fountain of Youth" ???
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Nliush
There have been a couple of TV documentaries where a study on lifestyle and eating habits in remote parts of China indicates that a diet high in hyaluronic acid gives good health and longevity. 80 year olds with unusual soft wrinkle free skin and good health are common. Their health is even better than that of the younger generation who has moved to the city and eats a modern diet. Lots of other factors are part of it, not just the diet. But still; researchers believe a traditional diet high in all kinds of vegetables, plants and traditional dishes contain a considerable amount of hyaluronic acid is a major factor to good health in older years. In the West this diet is a bit difficult to imitate, but particularly root vegetables and some other vegetables give similar nutrients.

All in all nothing very new; it's the good old vegetables and a plant based diet that are healthy :-)
Re:Hyaluronic Acid - safe for the skin?
by Zebatov
I was gonna to post the "fountain of youth" link but forgot. It's a show from 20/20 talk about a village in Japan that believe they have the secret of keeping their young looking skin and almost free of hypertension, heart diseases, stroke, etc.

Here's the link: youtube.com/watch?v=PefdHNnDuv4

Beatysleep, Cool. You have found the website. They just ship my order, can't wait to put it on for my skin. I'm working hard to hydrating my skin recently and my fine line is getting better now. The enlarged pores is the challenge for me. I want to try the oil cleansing with my clarisonic but need to get the cleanser first.
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