The Ordinary Hyaluronic Acid

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Produced naturally in the skin, hyaluronic acid has become a staple ingredient in the beauty and skincare industry, lending products its intensely hydrating benefits. The acid seeks to plump the skin with moisture, working to soften the appearance of dehydration lines and helping to prevent dryness. The humectant acts as a moisture magnet, attracting up to 1000x its weight in water to leave the skin feeling supple and hydrated.

Vegan and cruelty-free, the collection offers a selection of moisturising products to choose from, such as the best-selling Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Hydration Support Formula, or the ultra-lightweight Marine Hyaluronics. Explore the benefits of this universal skincare ingredient, with a range of textures to suit all skin types
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How do you use The Ordinary’s hyaluronic acid?

Apply a few drops onto cleansed skin in the morning and evening before cream. Generally, water formulations should be applied before oil formulations. It is recommend to use a maximum of three serum formulations in a single regimen.

Can you use The Ordinary hyaluronic acid around the eyes?

Hyaluronic acid is suitable for use all over the face, including around the eyes. The acid seeks to plump and firm the skin, ideal for anyone looking to address the appearance of fine lines, while creating a smooth canvas for concealer application.

What other ingredients can you use hyaluronic acid with?

Gentle and non-reactive, Hyaluronic Acid can easily be incorporated into your morning and evening skincare routines, working harmoniously alongside many other ingredients such as vitamin C and niacinamide. The Ordinary’s serums combine complimentary ingredients to maximise their benefits; the Alpha Arbutin 2% + HA Concentrated Serum, for instance, mixes both hyaluronic acid and alpha arbutin, working to hydrate, brighten and protect the skin against environmental aggressors. The Matrixyl 10% + HA High Strength Peptide Formulation, which combines hyaluronic acid with two generations of Matrixyl, seeks to minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.