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Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring glycosaminoglycan found in your body’s connective tissue. Glycosaminoglycans are long unbranched carbohydrates, or sugars, called polysaccharides. They play a crucial role in the cell signalling process, including regulation of cell growth, proliferation, promotion of cell adhesion, anticoagulation, and wound repair.

A very popular ingredient in skin care for helping skin stay plump and hydrated, Hyaluronic acid has amazing benefits for keeping hair hydrated too. Hyaluronic acid can bind up to 1000 times its weight in water! In other words, it functions as a humectant and draws water molecules into the hair cuticle to keep it nice and hydrated.

Hyaluronic acid Benefits for Hair
1. Hydrates hair
Hyaluronic acid is a powerful humectant effective at restoring moisture levels in the hair shaft and seals moisture within the cuticle. This makes hair moisturised and easier to detangle and style.

2. Reduces frizz
Hyaluronic acid can help smooth hair, giving it a shinier appearance. Hyaluronic acid helps to give the hair sheen and become glossier over time. For curly hair and textured hair types, it can be an especially valuable tool to combat frizz and flyaways.

3. Softening damage
Hyaluronic acid can help plump up dry, damaged hair. This plumping effect could be used for adding volume at the roots, but additional ingredients would be needed to actually repair the damage.
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Works well for hair that is prone to dryness and low porosity hair types.
Great addition to help repair damaged hair. Works well with jojoba and argan oils.
Perfect addition to both your mini cleanser and conditioner to hydrate dry and damaged hair.
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