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I m looking for a very good hyaluronic acid serum.  I know that some serums and moisturizers have this acid in it but I would like a product that has a good amount

of this acid in it.  I know there are quite a few products that this acid in it but I would like  some advice, if you don't mine.  Has any one used a product like this?  My skin is dry, has a few lines, wrinkles, and a few small bumps on the cheek area. I am 73 young and love skincare products and makeup. I have read that hyaluronic acid is really great for dry skin and it helps with facial lines and wrinkles....it helps to resurface your skin.

 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks, MarceeS 

 

 

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Hi, I just bought Perlier Black Rice Hyaluronic Serum last month from HSN. I got it when it was a TSV. I like it and have been using almost everyday on face and neck. It makes skin appear brighter. I dont know if it's helping neck but I use it on it anyway. Non irritating. I like some of Perlier products, like the honey shampoo. This Serum doesn't have any smell to it and I appreciate that. 

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I find taking HA supplements to be way more effective. I don't even bother with serums. Just something to consider. 

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I like Timeless skin care serums and they carry pure Hyaluronic acid. Just consider if you live in an area that has significant humidity. It’s not good for us desert dwellers because it draws moisture from the environment and if there’s none in the air, it can make your skin drier. 

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The one from Reviva Labs is good, though I don't use it now. from Vitacost.

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Are you using any other serums?  Many contain HA in their ingredients deck.  

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Thank you for answering my post. I use Lancome skincare and 2 of their serums however I would like to try a stronger HA.

 

MarceeS

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I recently bought THE ORDINARY Hyaluronic,  and I'm pleased with it.  I got mine from their site, THE ORDINARY in 2 oz size.  I also just this week ordered 2 more bottles for my daughters from ULTA.   It's best to apply on damp skin, or mist your face with a rose spritz, then press in the HA.  I apply my moisturizer afterwards.   Verrrrry reasonably priced. 

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Hada Labo. Inexpensive and the best of the best. It works great.


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Re: Hyaluronic Acid serum?

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@Marcee46 

My favorite Hyaluronic Acid is Paula's Choice.  I use one pump morning & night & it really amps up the hydration.

 

P.S.  It's on sale right now; think I'm going to run on over & get some!

 

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