There’s an important gooey, sticky molecule that’s produced by your body that’s found in high concentrations under your skin and around your joints.
This molecule, known as hyaluronic acid (HA) exists to naturally cushion your joints and hydrate your skin from within.
So if you want to enjoy moist, radiant, baby-soft skin as you age, ensuring that your hyaluronic acid stores are topped up is essential…
But that’s easier said than done—because Dr. Chasan has determined that there are 4 “hyaluronic acid depletors”, which most people fall victim to.
When your HA stores become depleted, your skin will quickly become dry, flaky, and wrinkled… But you CAN reverse these undesirable effects.
Below you’ll discover the 4 most common hyaluronic depletors out there, and what you can do to combat their unwanted effects on your skin.
Thanks to the hyaluronic acid molecule being quite fragile…
The sun’s UV rays can easily penetrate your skin, where they’ll happily proceed to rapidly destroy your precious hyaluronic acid supply.
So be sure to wear plenty of sunscreen if you’re going to spend any time outside.
For an extra layer of protection, wear light, loose-fitting clothing to provide your body with an additional shield from the sun.
Your diets play a large role in your health, and the modern diet is commonly deficient in essential minerals like zinc and magnesium.
With both zinc and magnesium playing a role in natural hyaluronic acid production, if you’re deficient in these crucial minerals, your body will struggle to produce enough hyaluronic acid.
Making matters worse, getting enough of these minerals from natural foods is challenging due to modern agriculture practices having eroded our food supply’s nutrient content quite significantly.
Even so, eating zinc and magnesium-rich food such as shellfish, nuts, seeds, legumes, grains, eggs, and avocado is still a great start.
In addition, you can supplement with both nutrients to cover your bases.
Sadly, pollution and chemicals in the air you breathe creates an army of free radicals in your body.
Free radicals are vicious, damaging cells that destroy healthy tissue… Especially those in the fragile layers of your skin.
Left unchecked, free radicals will quickly break down collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid, which in turn kicks the aging process into overdrive.
Our best advice for combatting the effects of environmental pollution is similar to my other advice today:
Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, stay hydrated, be conscious about what you put in and on your body, and consider investing in an air purifier to at least keep your house free of pollution.
Finally, Father Time comes for all of us. As you age, much like collagen, your body naturally produces less hyaluronic acid with each passing year.
Further complicating matters, the external layers of your skin are the last place where visible signs of aging. The internal layers begin aging first, which often goes unnoticed until the visible signs begin appearing.
Obviously, we can’t stop time or literally turn back the clock. But what you can do is heed the advice I’ve shared today, and begin taking care of your skin from within as soon as possible.
The sooner you do, the sooner you’ll begin slowing the aging process, and with the right measures, fight back against the visible signs of aging.
So feed your body with the proper nutrients, keep yourself hydrated, use sunscreen, supplement when necessary, and aim to eliminate toxins from your environment as much as possible.
Of course, these issues are exactly what Del Mar Labs formulations are specifically designed to tackle.
In doing so, you’ll maintain high levels of hyaluronic acid—and youthful, glowing, radiant skin—for years to come.