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Benefits of Hibiscus Hyaluronic Hydration Facial Serum

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Benefits of Hibiscus Hyaluronic Hydration Facial Serum

Many people have reached out to us asking question about Hyaluronic Acid Serum and how it helps keep the skin looking fresh & hydrated. 

We break it down in the blog post and talk about Olivia's Heritage new

"Hibiscus Hyaluronic Hydration Facial Serum." 

 

Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring molecule in the skin and connective tissues that attracts and holds moisture. This means everyone already has Hyaluronic Acid working wonders on their skin. 

Hyaluronic Acid keeps collagen synthesis up, as well as retaining skin moisture, contributing to anti-aging benefits.  Higher levels of collagen and hyaluronic acid are related to skin that is more supple and resistant to wrinkles and fine lines. 

Hyaluronic Acid replenishes moisture to your skin, as it instantly improves signs of fine lines and wrinkles by revitalizing the outer layers of the skin. 

Hibiscus helps reduce aging spots and encourages an all around younger looking complexion.  The natural acids in hibiscus helps to purify by breaking down dead skin and increases cell rejuvenation.  

Hibiscus has an amazing reputation in skin care because it is a natural source of alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). Chemical forms of these acids can be overly harsh and damaging to the skin, but natural sources such as those in hibiscus can help provide the same benefits without the harsh drawbacks. AHAs are known to help exfoliate, control oily skin and clogged pores, all of which can encourage fresher, younger, and smoother looking skin. They also increase moisture and firm your skin's look.

Olivia's Heritage worked hard to formulate the perfect combination of Hibiscus & Hyaluronic Acid creating a product that works wonders on mature & dry skin.  

 

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