Levels of hyaluronic acid before and after certain ages
1. Level of hyaluronic acid at birth
Hyaluronic acid is present in large quantities in the body at the embryonic stage. This is the reason babies have such plump-looking skin. However, from the moment the baby is born, this level gradually decreases as the cycle becomes unstable due to external and environmental aggressors.
2. Level of hyaluronic acid at 30
The thirties are a pivotal period for your skin. This is the time when the loss of hyaluronic acid is noticeable in the epidermis layer of your skin. The epidermis is the outermost layer of your body and this is the layer which is directly bombarded by oxidative stress, UV rays, pollution, and other aggressors. When the levels of hyaluronic acid decrease, the skin loses its natural ability to maintain the natural moisture level and the signs of tiredness are more visible than usual.
Your age can severely impact the production of the acid in your body and that’s why you need to use this ingredient topically. A great solution to deal with this problem is by opting for a skincare routine with a high concentration of hyaluronic acid to give your skin the nourishment it needs every day.
Using the hyaluronic acid cream will be a good choice to help re-plump the skin and replenish the supply of the acid in the areas that are most prone to being affected, i.e., under the eyes where the wrinkles first tend to form, and around the tear trough so that the hyaluronic acid can sink in well and recharge your skin. We recommend using the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Hyaluronic Acid Plumping Day Cream
and L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Hyaluronic Acid Fresh Mix Serum Sheet Mask
to get umpteen hyaluronic acid benefits on the face.
3. Level of hyaluronic acid at 40
This is the age when wrinkles, fine lines, and other signs of ageing set in permanently. At this time, levels of hyaluronic acid continue to plummet both qualitatively and quantitatively. In your forties, the skin becomes less voluminous and starts to wrinkle as the cells slow down their activities. The environment of the cell deteriorates, and they become less rich in natural acid. This leads to a struggle between the cells to communicate with each other. As a result, they don’t repair, and damage is caused to the skin.
The solution to combat this situation is by using facial skincare with a high concentration of hyaluronic acid that can reach the layer of living cells. To do so, include the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Gel Cleanser
and L’Oréal Paris Revitalift 1.5 % Hyaluronic Acid Serum
to plump up your face and restore a youthful appearance. Make sure that you apply the hyaluronic acid serum on fully cleansed skin to achieve maximum benefits.
4. Level of hyaluronic acid at 50
You know that the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin decreases drastically as you age but it is during your fifties when the cells undergo a complete upheaval as you have or are about to reach the menopause stage of your life. At this point, the impact of hormones on your skin is extremely noticeable in comparison to the other ages. Your skin loses volume and fine lines deepen. These signs are not only visible on your face but also on your neck and décolletage. This is why you need to compensate for the loss of hyaluronic acid by applying it topically and regularly. Apart from this, we recommend that you also check your diet and increase the consumption of foods that help the production of hyaluronic acid in your body
to stay healthy.
We recommend using products infused with hyaluronic acid before and after bed to give your skin the love and care it needs and flaunt healthy skin even in your fifties.
Hyaluronic acid benefits on face and skin
Not fully convinced to include this magic ingredient into your skincare routine? Apart from anti-ageing benefits, here are some other benefits of hyaluronic acid for your skin –
1. Hyaluronic acid
helps to heal the skin and keeps inflammation and breakouts at bay.
2. Hyaluronic acid
has properties that prevent clogged pores which in turn can cause acne, spots, blackheads, white heads, and other skin problems.
3. Hyaluronic acid
helps to prevent the overproduction of oil, sweat and sebum, to keep your skin away from impurities.
4. Hyaluronic acid
increases the production of cells and makes your skin appear fresh and glowing.
So, what are you waiting for? Make a note of the above-mentioned things and browse through a wide range of L’Oréal Paris’ hyaluronic acid products to make your skin look healthy and youthful, regardless of your age!