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Hyaluronic Acid Can Minimize Large Pores

Hyaluronic Acid Can Minimize Large Pores

Hyaluronic Acid and Visibly Smaller Pores

Your pores are a part of you, but even for those who have already come to terms with their large pores, seeing them up close can still be frustrating. This is especially true when your makeup puddles into them because they’re like craters that need to be filled up. The good news is, hyaluronic fillers exist and they can help your skin look smoother and your pores visibly smaller.

A recent study done by  Capital Medical University’s Wei Qian and his team of researchers found that hyaluronic acid can minimize large pores. Those who participated in the research were so satisfied with the results that the satisfaction rate reached over 92 percent! The study found that hyaluronic acid fillers can reduce pore size aside from improving the overall beauty of your skin.

Collagen Production

These results are amazing and it only enhances the effects of hyaluronic acid fillers and their effectiveness in increasing collagen production. Collagen is the skin’s structural foundation and plays a crucial role in holding pores in place. Hyaluronic acid itself lubricates connective tissues and helps the skin get nutrients and water. With the capability of restoring skin right down to the molecular level, having this substance injected into the skin can help you in the fight against aging.

Skin Resilience and Barrier Against Dirt

This substance also acts as a barrier against dirt and makes your skin more resilient. The best part is, all you need to do is to call us to set an appointment for your hyaluronic acid treatment.

Some would ask why there is a need to supply hyaluronic acid into the skin when the body already produces it. You need it because the body’s HA production decreases as you age and getting this injection is a great way to help your skin look better. Juvederm, for example, can treat sagging skin – giving it the volume that it needs for you to look younger. Call us at 972-294-6992 for more information.

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