The face begins to form lines and creases with age as we lose our baby fat and plumpness over the years. These creases and lines become pronounced. However, people don’t have to settle for the loss of fullness in the face. Hyaluronic Acid can help restore a glowy look to the face that is reminiscent of a younger look. The product can be applied several different ways, but the proper use should always be applied with help and guidance.
The Technical Picture
As a sugar complex naturally contained in facial skin, Hyaluronic Acid allows the face to hold water and maintain its plump look. That full-face is full hydration that often comes with youth. Even better, the Acid doesn’t let the water evaporate or escape, so the look is maintained. However, as we age, our skin layers begin to lose their ability to hold as much water as before. Over time, this gives everyone a bit more of a drawn look over the years, and it also contributes to the beginning of lines and creases. Over-the-counter moisturizers are constantly advised for temporary hydration, but they dry out within hours; even the best of moisturizers don’t last a full day.
Food And Topical Treatment Can Work Temporarily
From a dietary perspective, some of the loss of Hyaluronic Acid can be replaced to some extent eating foods high in antioxidants. The antioxidants reduce skin inflammation, which helps the skin retain more fluid and hydration, but even this is no ongoing resistance to age and the overall loss of Acid retention.
Several products are now available to address the essential missing factor that temporarily replaces Hyaluronic Acid in the face. Whether applied by topical treatment or injection, the Acid does have a positive result when put to work, allowing the treated skin to hold sufficient water again, maintaining long-term moisture.
Many cosmetic facial products also include Hyaluronic Acid as an ingredient within their chemical composition. Smaller amounts have a generally predictable effect of improving skin flexibility and giving consumers a younger look temporarily, but the effect wears off over the day. The product is frequently combined with skin peels and flushes as well. Some products have it mixed with vitamins and retinol. In contrast, others combine it with anti-inflammatory components to reduce skin puffiness and toxicity from exposure to the sun, air, pollution, and similar in modern life. Unfortunately, in many cases, the Acid only stays at the top of the skin as it is molecularly to big to absorb into deeper layers. Without the right catalyst, the Acid ends up not combining internally and gets washed off eventually.
Hyaluronic Injectables Have Better Results
As mentioned earlier, much of the challenge for topical products is the inability to get the Acid component down to the deeper layers of facial skin. However, an injectable delivery can reach the dermal skin layer and deliver the Hyaluronic Acid deeper where it can be retained for much longer. This, in turn, allows the facial skin to hold onto moisture for a semi-permanent period and well beyond a day or two in effect. As the Acid works to draw water and hydration, it builds up volume under the skin layers, creating a fuller face look that we all used to have in our youth.
Because Hyaluronic Acid is already a natural component to our body’s makeup, it is naturally accepted by the body’s skin system and deeper dermal layers without significant reactions. There might be an initial swelling or bruising in some cases, but this disappears within two to three days. Cirem provides Hyaluronic Acid within its luxury skincare line and product family, and its ingredients are 100 percent non-toxic. Crafted and formulated by expert chemists and beauty specialists, Cirem’s Hyaluronic skincare line is an ideal regimen to apply for a longer-lasting full-face improvement versus the temporary topical approach.