The neverending benefits to Hyaluronic Acid are quite frankly in a league of their own. From heroic hydration in an instance to rejuvenated “have you been on holiday” skin, there’s a lot to be loved about this instantaneous ingredient. Times these results by 3 and you have the effects Triple HA.
Made up of Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid and Sodium Acetylated. Triple HA has the power to dramatically increase hydration, due to its abilities to improve water retention and moisture levels in the skin, without the use of nasty preservatives such as parabens or phenoxyethanol.
What Makes Triple HA better than Hyaluronic Acid?
Interestingly Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid which makes up a part of Triple HA has a lower molecular weight than regular Hyaluronic Acid. This gives Triple HA the advantage of being able to sink into the skin further, while preventing it from being washed off at the end of the day or first thing in the morning. Let that thought and the hydration sink in!
Can My Moisturiser Provide Me With The Same Benefits As Triple HA?
While all skin types are thankful for any moisturiser that’s applied, it’s actually quite difficult for the skin to retain any moisture it’s given, due to our skin being susceptible to moisture evaporation. Both Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate and Sodium Hyaluronate work to stop this by increasing water retention properties in the skin, which are then able to preserve moisture and water in the skin for a longer period of time. Overall both of these ingredients have a longer lasting effect on the skin, in terms of hydration than applying a regular moisturiser. Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate is also a top ingredient for strengthening the skin barrier and repairing damaged cells.
How Often Can I Use Triple HA On My Skin?
With the pros to Triple HA as strong as they come, there’s no reason why you can’t use Triple HA on your skin every morning and evening, through the use of masks, serums and moisturisers. So sit back, relax and thank us later for the perks of never ending hydration.
Words: Stephanie Orr