What does hyaluronic acid do?
  1. What does hyaluronic acid do?

    Acting like a thirst-quenching drink for your skin, hyaluronic acid is a polysaccharide molecule that naturally exists in the human body. It’s a moisture magnet that binds water, helping skin retain moisture and boosting hydration.

    What sets hyaluronic acid apart from other moisturisers is its ability to plump up the skin, thus reducing the look of fine lines and granting a youthful, juicy and hydrated appearance.

    This over-achieving ingredient can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water, making it one of the world’s most powerful hydrators. But, as we age, our bodies produce less of it. That’s where skincare comes in.

    Found in everything from serums to moisturisers, eye creams and even foundations, products with hyaluronic acid can help replenish lost moisture and lead to a plump, hydrated complexion.

Treat your skin to hyaluronic acid

Supercharged with multi-molecular hyaluronic acid and rejuvenating northern birch water, the bestselling Time Miracle Hydra Firm Hyaluron Concentrate Jelly gives the skin an unparalleled burst of refreshing hydration. This jelly moisturiser helps lock in moisture and reduce transepidermal water loss, so you can expect a softer, plumper complexion with a healthy glow.