What does hyaluronic acid do for your skin?
  1. What does hyaluronic acid do for your skin?

    Hyaluronic acid is having its moment in the skincare world, and rightfully so. It’s a powerhouse molecule naturally found in our bodies that’s able to hold up to 1000 times its weight in water.

    A godsend for parched complexions, hyaluronic acid attracts and binds water, essentially helping to lock in moisture for a hydrated, supple-looking complexion. But, as we age, its levels diminish — which is why hyaluronic acid is often a key ingredient in skincare products to help boost hydration.

    There are two types of hyaluronic acid. High molecular weight hyaluronic acid (aka sodium hyaluronate) hydrates the skin on a surface level, while low molecular weight (aka hydrolysed hyaluronic acid) penetrates deep beneath the surface to replenish moisture.

    So, if you want your complexion to look hydrated and plump, hyaluronic acid will become your skin’s best friend.

Hyaluronic acid skincare to try now

If you’re really looking to supercharge thirsty skin with hydration, give the MÁDARA Hyaluronic Collagen Booster a try. Like a tall glass of water for your skin, it helps restore its moisture balance and improve hydration while protecting from environmental stressors for a plump, wonderfully supple and dewy complexion.