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Why All Hyaluronic Acids Are Not Created Equal

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard of the hero ingredient: hyaluronic acid. But, did you know there are different types at different molecular weights?

When it comes to hydration, hyaluronic acid stands out among the rest for its remarkable ability to retain moisture and rejuvenate skin.

This naturally occurring substance is a true skincare superhero, capable of holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water.

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide found in our skin, connective tissues, and eyes. It acts as a humectant, attracting and retaining water to keep our tissues well-hydrated and plump.

In skincare, hyaluronic acid is known for its ability to improve skin texture, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and enhance overall hydration.

However, not all hyaluronic acids are created equal, and understanding the different molecular weights can make a significant impact on your skincare routine.

The molecular weight of hyaluronic acid influences its penetration and effectiveness in different skin layers. Molecular weights can be categorized into three main groups: low, medium, and high.

HA at Different Molecular Weights

LMW (Low Molecular Weight) hyaluronic acid consists of smaller molecules that can penetrate deeper into the skin. This enables it to hydrate from within and stimulate collagen. The result? Improved elasticity, reduced fine lines, and a more youthful complexion. LMW hyaluronic acid is perfect for those looking to combat the signs of aging at a cellular level.

Sitting in the middle ground, MMW (Medium Molecular Weight) hyaluronic acid provides a balance between surface-level hydration and deeper penetration. It offers a plumping effect, making the skin appear smoother and more supple.

HMW (High Molecular Weight) hyaluronic acid has larger molecules that remain on the skin's surface, forming a protective barrier against external aggressors. This barrier helps to lock in moisture, preventing water loss and maintaining a healthy skin barrier.

The Sodium Hyaluronate Advantage

While hyaluronic acid is a must-have ingredient, its salt form, sodium hyaluronate, deserves special mention. Sodium hyaluronate is derived from hyaluronic acid through a process that enhances its stability and absorption.

This makes it an excellent choice for skincare formulations, as it can deeply penetrate the skin and deliver its hydrating benefits more effectively. 

Serums with Sodium Hyaluronate >

Serums, by design, contain higher concentrations of active ingredients, including sodium hyaluronate, compared to other skincare products. This potency allows for a more impactful and targeted delivery of hydration, making serums a go-to choice for those seeking intensive moisturization and better absorption.

The small molecular size of sodium hyaluronate facilitates its penetration through the skin's outer layers, reaching deeper levels where it can attract and bind water molecules. This results in profound hydration at the cellular level, making serums an effective vehicle for delivering intense moisturization.

Both Needle-less Serum and Hydration Booster 10X combine sodium hyaluronate with additional skin-restorative ingredients to give a comprehensive approach to hydration and anti-aging.

For those aiming to combat fine lines and improve skin elasticity, a serum with LMW hyaluronic acid is the perfect addition to your routine.

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