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Fighting Dehydrated Skin With OZ Natural’s Hyaluronic Acid Serum*

While my skin doesn’t always seem dry, especially since I use some pretty heavy duty moisturizers at time and have a pretty strict skincare regime that I stick to, it will pretty much always be a bit dehydrated. Especially on lazy days when I only use a micellar water as a cleanser (even us strict Korean skincare addicts have our bad days).

I noticed a huge difference in my skin when I started using the Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue during my holiday to Ethiopia. I think a huge part of that was attributed to it including a lot of hyaluronic acid. Unfortunately, not all of my foundations include the wonder ingredient and we all know that I’m a chronic base switcher-upper anyway.

OZ Natural's Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Earlier this month I was kindly sent a bottle of Hyaluronic Acid Serum from OZ Naturals to review, and it has been a great addition to my (7+ step) skincare routine.

I do have a funny relationship with the word “natural”. I guess it just means too many different things to too many different people, and it’s hard to pinpoint just what is meant when it’s used. Here the case is pretty straight forward. The serum has no alcohol, parabens, sulfates, or mineral oils (It’s also 100% vegan for anyone who cares about that).

Which facial serum to use for treating fine lines wrinkles and dry dehydrated skin hyaluronic acid

If you hadn’t heard of it before, Hyaluronic Acid is essentially a moisture powerhouse for your skin. It can hold up something like 1000x it’s weight in water, basically it promotes your skin’s ability to not only retain moisture but by a lot more than it normally would. This is good not only if you have dehydrated skin like myself ( which is not the same as having dry skin – even those with combination or oily skin types can suffer from it), but also for anti-aging purposes and reducing the look of fine lines.

In addition to the HA, it is also chock full of organic aloe, witch hazel, vitamin C, vitamin E, and jojoba oil. Not that I’m wanting to get a sunburn on my face, but I’m curious to see how well the serum would integrate into my “oh no I’ve baked myself” routine.

Packaging wise, the glass bottle is a lot sturdier than it looks – I’ve already knocked it off the vanity a few times and luckily haven’t had an issue. The dropper is also pretty standard/easy to use. I use about 2-3 drops morning and night, right between my toner and respective moisturizer. The product absorbs pretty quickly, but I still like to let it sink in for a minute before applying my moisturizer.

All in all, I really like the product and will probably repurchase it when needed. Though seeing as you only need a few drops morning and night, the bottle should last me a couple months. Have you guys used any HA serums in your skincare steps?

You can find OZ Natural‘s Hyaluronic Acid Serum here (note that it also qualifies for Amazon Prime Shipping).

♡Em

*Sponsored Post by OZ Natural via BrandBacker, opinions my own. Read more about my PR/Sponsored posts policy on my Disclosure page.

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  • I’ve tried this one too and it didn’t do much for me. I think I have a problem with witch hazel when there’s a lot of it in a formula. I know pure witch hazel dries me out, and I think it basically countered the effect of the good stuff (aloe and hyaluronic) in this one. Too bad because I liked the texture and packaging!

    • Witch hazel is one of those toss up ingredients I feel like, especially if you have sensitive skin. I can use it as long as I don’t get it near my eyes, but know a bunch of people that get reactions from it. I was going to recommend the Nalpure HA that I used before this one, but I just looked up the ingredients on amazon and it has Witch Hazel extract in it too ]=

  • Ayre

    I bought a hydrating mask yesterday (my first full-size mask for the first time)… I tried it out yesterday and I absolutely LOVED IT! It’s from Pacifica and all-natural!

    Ayre

  • Oh snap, me and ‘natural’ are not friends. I mean, poison ivy is natural. I’ve a few masks, love Glamglow Thirstymud and anything in the Vichy Aqualia range.

    • I definitely feel you on that, a product having the word “natural” in the name pretty much means nothing to me. I mean technically water is a chemical and it’s the best thing for you ever. ¯_(ツ)_/¯