Your skin is a remarkable organ, with a complex configuration of cells and tissues. Still, much happens far below the surface. Here, new skin cells form, proteins are converted into collagen, and oil glands produce sebum (a slightly waxy substance). Together, these functions keep your skin smooth, supple, and resilient.
The Power of Sodium Hyaluronate
Understanding the Health and Wellness Potential of Sodium Hyaluronate
Sodium hyaluronate is a purified form of hyaluronic acid, a thick gelatinous substance found in nearly every cell of the body. Specifically, hyaluronic acid is the substance that keeps your eyes moist, joints lubricated, and connective tissues pliable. Most of this naturally occurring substance can be found in your skin.
A substance that can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water, hyaluronic acid nourishes and protects collagen fibers. This gives your skin structure and volume. In youth, the body makes all the hyaluronic acid the skin needs to stay firm, plump, and resilient. But, over time, sun exposure, environmental toxins, and the natural aging process deplete the skin’s hyaluronic acid reserves. As production declines, so does the skin’s ability to retain moisture.
Injectables for Face and Body
Similar injections have also proven effective for patients living with temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). To fight premature aging, sodium hyaluronate dermal filler injections can improve the appearance of the nasolabial folds, soften deep facial wrinkles, and plump thinning lips.
Hydrating Facial Serums
When included as an ingredient in facial serums, sodium hyaluronate can improve moisture retention and thus, revive distressed skin. And, in view of recent studies, continued use can result in noticeable improvements in skin elasticity. By and large, sodium hyaluronate constitutes a “must-have” anti-aging ingredient in skin care products. Here’s why: It improves the skin’s ability to retain moisture, resulting in fewer fine lines and wrinkles.
Facial and Body Moisturizers
While serums can deliver a boost of moisture and nutrients to the tissues below the surface, moisturizers keep the outermost layer of the skin smooth, supple, and hydrated. Although moisturizers generally don’t penetrate as deeply as skin serums, the emollient oils and lipids in moisturizers fill the spaces between skin cells, creating a more even appearance.
Hyaluronic Acid Hair Care
As you age, your tresses may thin, and you may experience hair loss. Restoring lost moisture to the scalp with sodium hyaluronate can help stimulate hair growth and add volume to the hair. You may even find your hair less susceptible to breakage. Gentle enough for regular use, sodium hyaluronate serums can be added to shampoo, hair conditioners, or leave-in hair care products.
Renewing and Hydrating Skin With Sodium Hyaluronate and Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil
You’ll find ECS receptors in nearly every type of skin cell. This means the phytocannabinoids in Hemp Oil will prove useful in many ways. For example, they can relay urgent messages to the receptors that regulate oil production, moisture balance, skin cell formation, and collagen synthesis. Just a few of the many potential benefits of adding Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil to your skincare routine include:
- Reduced redness and skin irritation
- Decreased dryness or excess oiliness
- Reduced frequency or severity of acne (anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties)
- Improved skin tone and texture
- Increased collagen production
- Protection from free-radical damage (antioxidant properties)
- Decreased inflammations that can break down collagen and cause blemishes
- Reduced fine lines and wrinkles
- Replacement of natural skin lipids to increase skin elasticity
Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil (Not CBD Isolate) Works Best With Sodium Hyaluronate
While CBD isolate does have potential skin benefits of its own, most Hemp Oil users find Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil products the better option. As Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil penetrates the surface, your skin also absorbs the full range of phytocannabinoids, phytonutrients, and amino acids contained in hemp. All in all, the combined effects of these plant elements contribute to a fascinating phenomenon called the Entourage Effect. This effect takes the concept of synergy to an entirely new level.
How the Entourage Effect Can Impact Your Hemp Oil Experience
Not All Full-Spectrum Skin Care Products Deliver a True Entourage Effect™
Hydrating Skin With Sodium Hyaluronate, Sustainably Sourced Hemp Oil, and Plant-Based Botanicals
With daily use, the rosehip oil in our hydrating serum can balance skin pigmentation, soften imperfections, and soothe sun-damaged skin. We also add natural argan and other plant oils to help restore your skin’s natural lipid barrier. In short, we’re particularly proud of our facial serum. The lavender oil in it also protects against free radical damage, reduces skin discoloration, and calms the senses.
Explore the Benefits of Sodium Hyaluronate With Synchronicity’s Full-Spectrum Hemp Oil Facial Cream
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