Hyaluronic acid benefits, sensitive skin face cream?
I've seen articles about hyaluronic acid serum and creams lately. Is there something new going on? I tried hyaluronic acid a few years back but never noticed any improvements.
Anyway, I’m over 40 and have super sensitive skin. I suffer from redness and broken capillaries. And all those anti-aging products like Retin-A or alpha hydroxyl acids irritate and make my face look blotchy.
Even exfoliating makes my skin look and feel terrible.
Is there anything I can use that’s considered anti-aging that won’t irritate? I’m getting lines and wrinkles and want to start using something to help prevent further aging and also make my skin look better.
It’s so frustrating, because I can’t even use face makeup!!
Thanks for your question concerning hyaluronic acid and sensitive skin. I think I might have the perfect suggestion for you.
Zenmed – a company that specializes in skin issues like acne, eczema, and rosacea (which sounds like what you have…..) also makes anti-aging products for mature skin.
The hardest type of skin to treat is damaged skin that’s also showing signs of aging because – like you said – most anti-aging regimens require harsh products like ALA peels and microdermabrasion.
Zenmed just started selling a new Hyaluronic Acid product that’s especially gentle and geared towards sensitive skin. In fact, many people report their skin is calmer with less redness.
It’s a two part system that contains hyaluronic acid serum followed by a Omega 3 rich cream that not only helps seal the moisture in but helps calm sensitive, irritated or red/blotchy skin.
You can use them separately or together. The cream is excellent for those who undergo anti-aging treatments like lasers and peels.
The serum is great for plumping up the skin and reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
Together the two really help make your face look smoother and hydrated. I'm about to place my second order this week. I'm very happy with it.
It’s also supposed to help reduce the appearance of broken blood vessels and enlarged pores. It also contains a very gentle form of vitamin A to increase collagen production.
Here is the link to read more Hyaluronic acid benefits for aging skin
Hope this helps.