By now, you probably know how much I love trying different skincare products. I have a few products that I love and use regularly but even when something is a HG item for me, I still love experimenting with new things. I love the whole process of using skincare- it’s nice to take a few minutes out of every day to feel like I’m doing something good for my skin. And the process of applying different masks, serums, and moisturizers is very relaxing for me. So, as you can expect, I was so excited to try the new Jan Marini Hyla3D HA Activating Complex.
When it comes to skincare, I look for anything that helps moisturize my skin. My skin isn’t particularly dry or anything but I love how it feels when it is super hydrated. The Jan Marini Hyla3D HA Activating Complex contains hyaluronic acid, which is naturally found in skin cells but starts to diminish as we get older. Hyaluronic acid is the key to locking moisture in and keeping skin plump. Hyla3D not only makes it easier for skin to retain moisture, but it also boosts collagen and elastin to repair skin and reduce the signs of aging.
I definitely noticed a difference in my skin when I used the Jan Marini Hyla3D HA Activating Complex. After washing my face, I applied Hyla3D before using my regular moisturizer. I could tell that my moisturizer was more effective than usual- it totally felt like my skin was holding more moisture. After about two weeks of using this, I started to break out. My skin can be fairly sensitive though, and I’ve found that if I use this serum every couple of days instead of every day, I don’t have any problems and my skin still feels more hydrated than before. I definitely recommend trying the Jan Marini Hyla3D HA Activating Complex, especially if you have dry skin, but test it out slowly at first if you have sensitive skin.
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