Did you know that many commercial cosmetic and skincare companies use a hyaluronic acid that is sourced from the comb of a rooster? Yes, you read that correctly. Just another of many ingredients that need to kill an animal to be sourced.
Let us first dive into the use and popularity of hyaluronic acid.
Hyaluronic acid (properly known as sodium hyaluronate or abbreviated as HA) was first discovered in 1934 in the eye area and subsequently synthesized in vitro in 1964. It is a key component of the various layers of the skin. 1 Over half of the body’s hyaluronic acid can be found in the skin. Known as a humectant, HA holds water in the skin, thus creating a more hydrated, radiant, and youthful look. In addition, HA is also high in antioxidants and will help fight free radicals that can damage the skin.
Why use a product with hyaluronic acid?
HYDRATION OF THE SKIN
Finding a naturally ‘made’ ingredient is not always easy, however, at Daisy Blue we choose to take the route that may be a little less ‘easy’ to ensure you get a quality ingredient that is naturally sourced.
What makes the hyaluronic acid we use unique?
It is vegan & cruelty-free. The acid is created using natural sugars that are processed through a natural microbial fermentation to match our skin’s own hyaluronic acid. We use a lower molecular weight HA, thus helping the ingredient penetrate the skin at a higher rate for plumping and conditioning.
You can find hyaluronic acid in our Liquid Quartz Face Serum, which is infused with clear crystal quartz purified water, green tea and aloe extracts, and vegetable glycerin. Safe for all skin types and formulated at a proper percentage to keep the skin hydrated and healthy.
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