Hyaluronic acid is no longer just for your face! It’s the next top hair-care ingredient promising fantastic results. We asked a world-renowned cosmetic dermatologist, Michele S. Green, M.D., what she thinks about the hyaluronic-acid trend that is rising in both drugstore and professional hair-care products. Is it just name-dropping or really the next big thing for damaged and dehydrated hair? Read on to find the answers!
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is highly well-known and recognized for its ability to provide and maintain moisture for dry skin — it simply adds radiance to the skin. HA is a powerful ingredient that’s used in numerous face creams as well as serums. Also, hyaluronic acid is a substance our skin produces, even though the amount tends to diminish as we get older.
HA is found in the tissue of the dermal layer in the scalp. It’s what keeps our cells hydrated and maintains the scalp’s moisture to prevent dryness from occurring and also any premature hair loss. Over time, our body ages naturally and, gradually, less HA is produced, causing a decline in the quality and quantity of your hair.
NatureLab Shine Oil Mist
Infused with grape stem cells, hyaluronic acid, pearl extract and platinum fiber, this futuristic mist protects hair, enhances color and elevates shine. Its oily formula is actually weightless and doesn’t make thin hair feel greasy. Also, NatureLab Tokyo is an eco-conscious company that doesn’t use harsh chemicals.