Why should you apply Hyaluronic Acid at night?

Our night shot Replenish contains Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid. Why did we add this ingredient to the formula?

Hyaluronic Acid is a popular skincare ingredient known for its hydrating and moisturising properties. While it is commonly used during the day, it can also be beneficial when incorporated into a night time skincare routine.

Here's how Hyaluronic Acid works at night:

Moisture retention: Hyaluronic Acid is a humectant, which means it attracts and holds onto moisture. When applied to the skin, it forms a barrier that helps prevent water loss, keeping the skin hydrated throughout the night. This is particularly important as the skin tends to lose moisture during sleep.

Enhanced absorption: During night time, the skin's natural repair and regeneration processes are more active. Applying Hyaluronic Acid before bed allows it to penetrate deeper into the skin due to increased permeability. This enables the acid to deliver hydration to the deeper layers of the skin, promoting plumpness and smoothness.

Skin repair and rejuvenation: Hyaluronic Acid also supports the skin's natural repair mechanisms. It aids in repairing damaged tissues and can help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and signs of ageing. By hydrating the skin, it supports collagen production and promotes a healthier, more youthful complexion.

To maximise the benefits of Hyaluronic Acid at night, follow these steps:

Cleanse your face: Start with Purity Day & Night Cleanser to remove any dirt, makeup, or impurities from the day.

Apply Replenish Night Shot: After cleansing, apply a few drops of Replenish night shot to your face and gently massage it into the skin. Allow it to absorb for a few minutes.

Layer other products such as Renew Sleeping Mask. By combining the 2, Replenish will help lock in the ingredients of Renew and boost their effectiveness.


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