Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Hyaluronic Acid Serum is My Jam

Disclosure: The item(s) mentioned below were provided complimentary for the purpose of an honest review. The opinions stated here are based upon my personal experience with the product(s) and are entirely my own. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I feel would benefit my readers.

For some reason my skin has been changing. I used to have combination skin. My skin would be really, really oily in my T-zone and normal or dry in other areas of my face. Now I feel like I have chronically dry skin. I'm sure it has something to do with the fact that my foundation and powder are full and medium coverage, respectively, and they both have a matte finish, which I feel sucks the oil right out of your pores before you even have a chance to produce it. It's very important, however, to keep your face hydrated, especially if you are trying to avoid premature aging, as proper moisturization keeps your face plump and less likely to wrinkle, or appear wrinkled. I have found that the one serum I use most frequently when I am suffering through repeated dry skin episodes is Hyaluronic Acid. I recently tried Adeline Hyaluronic Acid Serum, and I believe it has done a phenomenal job at keeping my stubborn skin hydrated.

I have tried a couple of different Hyaluronic Acid Serums, and each one is truly different than the next. I love that each brand makes theirs unique, and I honestly haven't come across one that I don't like. The Adeline Hyaluronic Acid Serum comes in a 2.0 ounce slim, airless pump-top bottle. It is clear in color, has a very clean, fresh scent and is made in the USA. This particular formula also contains retinol and Vitamins A, C, D and E. These ingredients work together to nourish the skin, promote elasticity, and provide healing. This is especially important to me because I have acne scarring and areas of darker pigmentation due to old marks. This serum is very light on the skin, so even if you use other products, this will not add "weight" to your face or clog your pores. This product is to be used after you have washed and toned your face, and before you moisturize.

While the Adeline Hyaluronic Acid Serum is touted to provide many benefits, I have found that in my short time of using it, that providing hydration is what it does best. Hyaluronic Acid in the second ingredient on the bottle, so it is in higher concentration than the other ingredients that provide other benefits such as wrinkle reduction, and pigmentation lighting. This is not to say that with continued use, I would not see these results. I, however, have only noticed an increase in my skin's ability to stay hydrated and not flaky, and I am 100% content with only that. I must also add that I use this once per day versus the suggested twice per day. Frequently, I stack this serum with other serums that dry me out so that I can counter their drying effects right from the get-go. Additionally, the Adeline Hyaluronic Acid Serum has never irritated or broken out my skin, which is a testament to it's gentleness.

I am a fan of Adeline Hyaluronic Acid Serum and recommend it with 8 stars:

If you are on the market for a Hyaluronic Acid Serum, you can find this one for $35.25 on Amazon HERE. This price may change at any time, so I am not responsible for those fluctuations.

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