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Researching Hyaluronic acid, I discovered that:
- HA supplements can help your skin look and feel more supple.
- Doses of 120–240 mg per day for at least one month have been shown to significantly increase skin moisture and reduce dry skin in adults.
In Part 1, I said I’d be trying HA supplements for a month in the hopes it would improve my on-going issues with dermatitis. The bad news is that I’ve seen no improvement in my dermatitis; however, this may change the longer I take the supplements.
I have hereditarily dry skin and The REALLY GOOD NEWS is that (along with continuing to topically apply HA serum to my face and neck) my skin is significantly more hydrated. PLUMPED. This is especially noticeable on my face. YAY!
Bottom line: I was skeptical but this regimen is working! I recommend for anyone who is predisposed to dry skin.
After due diligence, I found NusaPure had the best price for 200mg (Note: Each capsule is 100mg – take 2 daily), made in the USA, AND is Non-GMO!
$19.90 for a bottle of 180 veg caps.
(Hyaluronic acid supplements can be found just about anywhere that sells quality supplements.)