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Top Hyaluronic Acid Products for your skin type

Hyaluronic acid or HA has now become a must have in every skin routine. If you have not included it in your routine then now is the time to start.

Did you know that our skin naturally produces hyaluronic acid? But it does not produce enough. Which is why we need supplements which will quench our skin's need for this ingredient.

But before that you ask what is hyaluronic acid? And if it is an acid, does it mean it exfoliates?

The answer to that is despite having acid in its name it does not exfoliate. In fact it is one of the best ways to keep your skin hydrated. HA is naturally made by our skin and is a natural moisturizer for our skin. It helps to attract water to your skin to make sure your skin is hydrated and plump. This is what makes HA so good in keeping your skin hydrated.

A lot of people believe that only dry skin people need HA to hydrate their skin. It is quite the contrary, this is an ingredient that is great for all skin types even oily skin types. People mistaken hydration is the same as nutrition. The first being related to water and the second to oil. However, oily skin tends to be dehydrated as well because people tend to over cleanse and not apply proper hydrating products. However finding the right product for your skin and budget is not always easy so I have found the top hyaluronic acid products for your budget.

For Normal Skin

The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% +B5

This brand makes a great hyaluronic acid serum that draws hydration into the skin. Plus it also contains vitamin B5 which is an anti-inflammatory ingredient that helps repair the skin's barrier, reduce moisture loss and locks in hydration brought by the hyaluronic acid.

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Skincenticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier

This serum is pricey yet hardworking but it is very effective in replenishing dried and dehydrated skin. It also includes other ingredients such as licorice extract which reduces hyperpigmentation and purple rice which reduces wrinkles.

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For Oily Skin

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid Serum

This serum is a fantastic serum for the price it costs. It absorbs really quick into your skin and gives your skin a plump look from the high hydration levels its offers. What's really great about this serum is that it is oil-free and non-comedogenic means that it won't block your pores. So if you have oily skin this is a great product for you. Click here to buy.

Sesderma Hidraderm Hyal Liposomal Serum

This brand has some fantastic products, in fact I should have put them on my blog sooner. They are not that well know which is why you may not have heard of them but do not mistaken that for the amazing products they offer. This serum from Sesderma is no exception when it comes to delivering on great products. Despite being hydrating it is perfectly good for oily skin. Click here to buy.

For Dry Skin

Bioderma Hydrabio Serum

Bioderma is long been known for their sensitive skin range however they also do budget-friendly hydrating serums. What's more if you have sensitive dry skin then this is the product for you.

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Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Serum

This product may be a bit pricey but it is definitely worth your bucks. It contains a very high amount of hyaluronic acid, almost 75%. In addition to this it contains other amazing ingredients such as silk proteins, zinc copper, manganese, iron and silicon to further increase the moisture levels in your skin. Leaving your skin soft and plump.

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Kaye's Beauty Book is here to help you choose better products that suit your skin, hair and lifestyle. All of the products mentioned are carefully researched and selected to ensure that the most credible information comes to you. If you do buy a product from one of our links, Kaye's Beauty Book may earn a commission.

II DISCLAIMER: Every skin is different, not everything works for everybody. I recommend you test the product before completely using any new product. II


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