Hyaluronic acid is still one of the most important cornerstones in the quest for healthy skin. I’m astonished by the sheer number of people using anti-aging products when the majority would benefit most from something as simple as hyaluronic acid—easier on the bank account in the end. The quickest way to find out if you have dehydrated skin and lack water is to check your skin right after a shower. If it’s looking all fresh, youthful and bouncy then you’re clearly lacking hydration.
The beauty industry has caught on and now offers you a ton of hyaluronic acid serums—painfully expensive or really cheap and basic, there’s no excuse not to use one honestly. The Filorga one is on the pricier side but offers a silky smooth texture that sinks in readily, unlike the more gloopy serum from the ordinary. A distinct Filorga scent and needle-like dropper applicator deposits a formula with 4 types of hyaluronic acid, combined with their own NCTF revitalizing complex. What you get in the end is a very nicely formulated serum that instantly plumps up the skin and keeps it looking fresh throughout the day. At its core, it’s a hydration serum so if you keep that in mind you won’t be disappointed when it doesn’t do more than that. Invest if you love Filorga but I found similar results from other hydration serums, albeit a very different price point.