Two most potent skin care ingredients Hyaluronic acid and Retinol – part 1

Once you reach mid twenties, there are certain skin care ingredients that you need to incorporate in your routine to keep your skin healthy. Two such ingredients are Hyaluronic acid and Retinol.

After using many other brands and facing some or the other skin issues, this is something I went for. And we all know no one does the job better then deciem when it comes to skin care products that too at an affordable price.

One of the best skin care ingredients to use is Hyaluronic acid. It penetrates into the skin and binds the water to the skin cells keeping it hydrated and moisturized.

It is a humectant that attracts the moisture from the environment, giving the lasting hydration to the skin.

After using HA from some of the brands, the one from deciem has worked out the best for me till date.

Hyaluronic acid 2% + B5 has to be one of the best.

All though it appears to be bit sticky and slimy, it is very light weight and absorbs into the skin very quickly without giving sticky feeling.

It naturally plumps up the skin and I have noticed this difference within few use only.

It lifts up the skin, giving it firm and tighter appearance. I have also noticed my skin being more soft and smooth compared to what it was before using this one.

HA also help increase the skin cell production, reduces the acne scars and fine lines. Although later effects does take time to show up.

Hyaluronic Acid

It is the one ingredient that works from anyone from twenties to eighties. Dehydrated skin leads to all sort of skin problems and anti-aging signs, thus HA helps fight all these by keeping your skin hydrated for long time.

I have been using it twice daily after my toner as it is better if your skin is bit damp before you apply this one.

Layer it with your moisturizer or any other skin care routine that you follow.

I would highly recommend this product to everyone be it a guy or girl as it is one of the best ones I have used. And it is very affordable too.

PS: We recommend you to do patch test.

Stay tuned for next part of this one where we will cover Retinol.

Until Next Time

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