Introducing ASDM Beverly Hills’ new Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier Serum

At ASDM, we’re always looking for new ways to deliver you the best of the best in skincare. Whether it’s through all-natural sun protection or the perfect solution for dry skin, we’re always striving to create the perfect solution. Now, we’re proud to announce the arrival of our new Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier Serum – specially designed with the best ingredients to help you look younger for longer!

Here’s what you need to know about the benefits hyaluronic acid and our new serum.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid has become a bit of a buzz ingredient in the world of skincare over the last few months – it’s popped up in serums and creams everywhere. But what exactly is it?

Well, hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that’s actually found already in your skin. If you want to get really scientific, hyaluronic acid is a glycosaminoglycan. In fact, it’s the chief glycosaminoglycan – substances which help to works to renew your skin and retain moisture. In the simplest terms, hyaluronic acid is a type of sugar. It can be found throughout the tissue of the human body, but it’s formed most commonly in the skin.

Hyaluronic acid is great as it helps to keep our skin hydrated which, as you know, keeps your skin glowing and looking young. However, as we all age, the production of hyaluronic acid in our skin decreases – meaning our skin loses that plump, youthful look that we all want to maintain.

Because of this, it makes sense to include it in skincare products – which is why we’re proud to announce the arrival of our new serum!

What makes hyaluronic acid so special?

Hyaluronic acid has a number of benefits, a couple of which we’ve already touched on, but here’s a little more about the benefits.

It retains moisture

We all know that hydrated skin is happy, youthful looking skin. Hyaluronic acid has incredible power to retain and renew moisture. As an example of just how powerful it is, just one gram of hyaluronic acid can hold up to six litres of water. While it keeps your skin hydrated, it also has a magical ability to never add to much water to the skin – which can be just as bad as not having enough moisture.

It can help you look younger

As we get older, our skin starts to show signs of aging. You’ll notice you lose that plumpness as your skin begins to sag and it also becomes less supple. This is where the moisturising properties of hyaluronic acid really kick in, as it revitalises the skin and helps you to look youthful and glowing again in next to no time.

It can protect you from a harsh environment

One of the lesser known benefits of hyaluronic acid is its ability to protect your skin from day-to-day wear and tear. No matter where you live or what you do, chemicals in the air coupled with damaging skincare ingredients can really change your skin for the worst. The good news is that hyaluronic acid also works to protect your skin – making it a true star when it comes to skincare ingredients.

How can I make the most of the new serum?

If we’ve convinced you to get on board with hyaluronic acid and our brand new serum, there are a couple of things you need to know.

First things first, the serum is incredibly easy to use. There’s no complicated routine, and you don’t need to go all out using a tube every day, just one or two pumps will do the trick. Simply massage into your face, neck, and cleavage, ensuring that coverage is light and even.

Another thing to know is that, for even better results, the serum can be used alongside other ASDM Beverly Hills products. It works well with all of our other serums or, if you want a more intense moisturizing effect, you can combine it with our Pure Hyaluronic Acid Serum.

If you’re interested in our new serum and want to find out more, you can find out everything you need to know about ingredients, directions for use, and the results you can expect to see here.

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