Importance Of Hyaluronic Acid Serum And Skin Care

Importance Of Hyaluronic Acid Serum And Skin Care
So many skincare ingredients have come and gone, but hyaluronic acid is one skincare ingredient that has engraved its name in the sands of time in the skincare industry. Offering multiple benefits for all skin types, hyaluronic acid is also known for its great anti-aging qualities.
So just how does this superstar ingredient work its magic to improve the skin?
Let’s explore…
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring glycosaminoglycan (polysaccharide) produced by your body, making it a great choice for natural skincare. It is also known as hyaluronan and is present in connective tissue all over the human body.
So why is hyaluronic acid so important?
The wonder of this skincare ingredient lies in its awesome ability to retain moisture. It’s considered to have more capacity to hold moisture more than any other natural or synthetic polymer. A gram of hyaluronic acid can hold up to six liters of water! Awesome right?
This is important when it comes to aging because one of the signs of a youthful skin is the moisture it contains. Our skin loses moisture as we age, resulting in a loss of pliability and firmness.
Hyaluronic acid can enhance your skin’s moisture content and at the same time, strengthen the outer layer of your skin. A healthy outer skin has a supple look, feels softer, and smoother —all the signs of a youthful skin!
However, that’s not all you get with hyaluronic acid. There are added benefits!
We know that just about everything, from acne to sun damage, etc. can result in damaging the outer layer of the skin. So repairing your skin with skin-identical ingredients, like hyaluronic acid, can go a long way toward fixing, or at least lessening, those issues.
Hyaluronic acid is helpful for all skin types. Its lightweight texture isn’t a problem for oily skin, and it’s mild enough that it isn’t a problem for sensitive skin.
Hyaluronic acid also gives antioxidant defense against free-radical damage and reduces inflammation.
How To Get The Best Out Of Hyaluronic Acid
Serum form is one of the best ways to topically use hyaluronic acid. We highly recommend the BiON Pure Hydration Hyaluronic Acid Serum.
BiON serum which contains an industry leading 1% of pure hyaluronic acid can be applied directly to damp skin or added to other skincare products to give an added moisturizing boost.
Containing key ingredients such as Purified Water, Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate, BiON Hyaluronic serum works as a great moisturizer all throughout the skin.
It carries as much as 1000 times its weight in moisture to the skin and works to expand the skin cells, drawing in moisture from the air and locking in the moisture to hydrate the skin beneath the surface. This permeates sagging areas, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, and ultimately results in a plumper, younger-looking skin.
BiON serum uses natural moisture and doesn’t rely on greasy lotions or ointments that may cause breakouts.
BiON pure hydration hyaluronic acid serum is the best investment you can make to get that fresh, supple, young-looking, wrinkle-free skin you’ve always wanted

Suzie Burnham. Esthetician Skin Care By Suzie, www.SkinCareBySuzie.com

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Ingredients: One of the Reasons to Love BiON Products

Ingredients: One of the Reasons to Love BiON Products

The first three ingredients discussed below will be added to
 products in our acne line within the next two weeks.  The bottles are being printed and we are excited to upgrade our already very effective acne line.  These 3 ingredients have already been added to our new Post Waxing Lotion.

Tetrahydrocurcuminoids (THC) are derived from the turmeric root and are used in skin care products for their anti-inflammatory effects and their effective antioxidant action.  Antioxidants can relieve oxidative stress to become an effective acne treatment.  In addition to this, we are using it for it’s healing properties.

Niacinamide is a form of Vitamin B3 and plays a key role in cellular energy production, synthesis of lipids and glucose metabolism.  It is used in acneic skin as a potent anti-inflammatory agent.  Through a study at State University of NY, it was found that 4% niacinamide gel has comparable effectiveness in the treatment of acne vulgaris as 1% Clindamycin gel without the risk of the emergence of resistant microorganisms.  We use Niacin in our Moisture Complex and Ultra Moisture Renewal as an anti-aging agent.

Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant ingredient.  It is a flavonoid of green tea extract and is viewed as the component of green tea that is most significant. Current research is showing that as the cells migrate toward the skin’s surface and die at about day 20, the EGCG has shown the ability to reactivate them.  The old cells start to divide again and produce DNA, thus making more energy.  One of the benefits from this is the possibility of scar formation being reduced.  This could be very beneficial for acne clients.

Betaglucan is a yeast derivative and is able to attach to macrophage cell receptors and signal production of epidermal cell growth factor (ECGF) and transforming growth factor (TGF).  These cytokines orchestrate the repair and rebuilding of the skin. Betaglucan stimulates the formation of new feeder vessels, promotes cellular proliferation and stimulates fibroblast cells to produce elastin and collagen.  Several of our anti-aging products contain this ingredient.  One of these is the Line Reducing Complex, which has recently been enhanced with the addition of Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 or SYN-COLL.  This additional peptide helps to further build collagen.

By Skin Care By Suzie Posted in Acne, BiON