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Foods High In Hyaluronic Acid

Foods High In Hyaluronic Acid

Also known as hyaluronan or sodium hyaluronate, hyaluronic acid is a type of carbohydrate naturally found in the body. It lubricates and hydrates the eyes and the joints and has been used as a treatment for osteoarthritis. Hyaluronic acid can be consumed either through a supplement or a diet containing foods that are natural sources of this nutrient.

Hyaluronic Acid in the Diet

Including foods high in hyaluronic acid can be an easy way to increase the amount of it in your body. Foods such as leafy greens, root vegetables and soy products contain it, while homemade broths made from animal bones, skin and connective tissues are even better sources. While not a direct source of hyaluronic acid, red wine may help increase the amount that your body produces on its own.

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V10 Plus Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring molecule in our skin which decreases as we get older.  It has a unique capability to attract and hold the moisture in our skin, leaving our skin with a smoother and younger appearance.  

How to use:  After cleansing, place a small amount in the palm of your hand.  Lightly rub hands together and apply to face and neck.  If using the three-serum system, use one-third the amount for each pump.  

Lightly rub hands together to mix the serums and apply to face and neck.  Follow with V10 Plus Day Milk Gel, Deep Moist Gel or Night Gel.  Recommended for day or night use.  

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