Ever wonder why your cream moisturizer isn’t working at times? You might want to introduce products that contain hyaluronic acid into your skincare regimen. Moisturizers work on a surface level to lock in your skin’s oils and water, and if you still find your skin feeling dull and dry, it often means it’s time to hydrate. Hyaluronic acid does a wonderful job at this, penetrating your skin to increase its overall water content. Scroll down for our recommended products.
1. Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Hyaluronic Cloud Hydra-Gel Eye Patches
If you’re like me and the effects of sleepless nights show itself under my eyes, then do yourself a favor and slap on these gel eye patches. Almost immediately, eyes appear brighter and more hydrated. The product is also said to diminish the look of fine lines and crow’s feet in the long run.
2. Dr. Morita Hyaluronic Acid Essence Mask
After first using this sheet mask, which contains both hyaluronic acid and collagen, I was immediately hooked. It does as promised, providing your skin the proper moisture it needs throughout the entire day. In addition to this, it also diminished the appearance of my skin’s redness.
3. The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5
Achieve next-level hydration with this product from The Ordinary, which is also said to be compatible with oily skin types as it balances one’s oiliness. Did we also mention that its reasonably priced despite the fact that it has the moisturizing effects of fancy serums?
4. Hourglass Illusion Hyaluronic Skin Tint
Who knew hyaluronic acid could be infused in your makeup as well? Hourglass’ Illusion Hyaluronic Skin Tint is a hydrating and firming foundation that gives your skin a more youthful, tightened appearance.
5. Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Facial Toner
Cult favorite beauty brand Fresh does it again with their Rose Deep Hydration Facial Toner. While its main components are Rose Fruit Extract and Rosewater, it also contains hyaluronic acid. This combination targets dryness, the appearance of pores, dullness and uneven texture.