hyaluronic acid skincare

Here's the best way to moisturise your skin for good | Source: SkinStore

The Skincare Ingredient You Need to Know

There’s some big-sister skincare advice we need to give you and it’s that hyaluronic acid is missing from your skincare routine.

Hyaluronic acid is an ingredient appearing in a huge number of skincare products hitting the shelves, and for good reason. The wonder ingredient is a humectant, meaning it attracts water molecules and has the ability to hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water.

The ingredient naturally occurs in the body’s connective tissue, but by harnessing its water retention and moisturising properties, the skincare industry has produced a range of products that can restore hydration and radiance to dehydrated skin.

If your skin is in need of a hydration boost, here are 10 products that utilise the power of hyaluronic acid to ensure dry and dull skin is a thing of the past.

L’Ossigeno Hyaluronic Concentrate

Guaranteed hydration is the promise of this serum concentrate by Australian skincare brand L’Ossigeno. Hyaluronic acid is paired with oxygen ozone, an active ingredient that works to repair skin cells from damage caused by oxidative stress. The result is younger, bouncier and revitalised skin.

L'Ossigeno Hyaluronic Serum Concentrate
L’Ossigeno Hyaluronic Serum Concentrate, A$249 | Source: L’Ossigeno

Elizabeth Arden Hydra-Pumping Capsules

These tiny capsules pack a huge punch. A single dose contains Elizabeth Arden’s double-lock hydration serum that is designed to leave your skin plump, youthful and smooth. The serum is made up of hyaluronic acid to draw in moisture which is then locked in by ceramides.

Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules Hydra-Plumping Serum, A$195 | Source: Elizabeth Arden

Emma Lewisham Skin Reset Serum

The New Zealand beauty brand has formulated this Skin Reset Serum with over 20 high-performing active ingredients to improve your skin’s texture and add radiance. This award-winning serum is the key to rejuvenating and revitalising tired skin and harnesses niacinamide and hyaluronic acid to increase hydration and overall brightness.

Emma Lewisham Skin Reset
Emma Lewisham Skin Reset Serum, A$140 | Source: Emma Lewisham

Hyalogic Face Serum

Non-greasy, fragrance-free and premium-sourced, this serum by Hyalogic gets straight to the point. The brand believes in the shortest ingredient list possible and this is why the face serum is comprised of water, hyaluronic acid and zinc citrate only.

Hyalogic Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum
Hyalogic Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum 30 ml, A$66.5 | Source: iHerb

Skinceuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier

A dry complexion is no match for this Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier which boosts your hyaluronic acid levels by a whopping 30 per cent. The experts at Skinceuticals have produced a multi-functional serum that employs a high concentration of hyaluronic acid along with proxylane, licorice root and purple rice extracts. The result is a serum that targets all the major skin concerns, including hydration, wrinkles, texture and improving elasticity.

SkinCeuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier
SkinCeuticals Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier, A$152 | Source: Skinceuticals

Tatcha The Dewy Serum

Tatcha skincare is a careful curation of the best Japanese skincare and beauty products and has now incorporated hyaluronic acid into its ingredient list. Made from lactic acid, squalane and hyaluronic acid, this serum has been formulated to drench your skin. Its key ingredients mean you can say goodbye to a dry and irritated complexion for good, as the serum works to replenish and lock in moisture throughout the day. What’s more, this product is cruelty, sulphate and paraben-free.

Tatcha The Dewy Serum
Tatcha The Dewy Serum, A$132 | Source: MECCA

Go-To Much Plumper Skin

Formulated with peptides, provitamin B5 and the star ingredient, hyaluronic acid, this serum from Go-To promises to plump and hydrate. Featuring four types of hyaluronic acid, the serum takes a multi-targeted approach to hydration and prevents trans-epidermal water loss.

Go-To Much Plumper Skin
Go-To Much Plumper Skin, A$48 | Source: MECCA

Hyaluronic Acid Serum by Skin Inc

Promising instant plumping and water-drenching, Skin Inc. has delivered this magical elixir in the form of a face serum. This product is also paraben-free and sulphate-free to ensure there’s only a cocktail of natural goodies being absorbed.

Hyaluronic Acid Serum 10ml
Hyaluronic Acid Serum 10ml, A$70 | Source: Sephora

Augustinus Bader Serum Complete Set

A carefully curated blend of rice bran oil, pomegranate seed and hyaluronic acid, this Augustinus Serum is a must-have for skincare junkies. The product promises complex corrections, hydration and renewal, leaving your skin looking soothed, plump and youthful.

Augustinus Bader Serum
Augustinus Bader Serum, A$437 | Source: SSense

Liberty Belle Brightening Hyaluronic Acid Serum

You can rest easy with the Liberty Belle serum on, which lasts up to 72 hours with its deep moisturisation effects. Boasting a triple blend of hyaluronic acid, vitamin B3 and vitamin B5, this product not only strengthens skin but also helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and aids the skin’s self-repair processes.

Liberty Belle Glam Squad HA3 + B3 + B5 Brightening Hyaluronic Acid Serum
Liberty Belle Glam Squad HA3 + B3 + B5 Brightening Hyaluronic Acid Serum, A$144 | Source: Liberty Belle

In need of a nourishing night cream to keep winter dryness and dullness at bay? Check out 12 of The Best Night Creams to Use This Winter. Or add one of these luxurious face oils to your skincare arsenal.

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