I absolutely adore this serum. It's feels amazing and it's affordable.
I bought this serum yesterday, but the package does not indicate the amount of hyaluronic acid, so I wrote to the manufacturer to find out the percentage of acid. I already have got reply that the serum contains 1% of HA. I would say that it's not enough for mature skin. But serum contains really healthy and good ingredients to look after skin in general.
Do you know what percentage of Phenoxyethanol it contains?
@randymelba Thank you for answering. If it's less than 1% then I reckon it's safe to use.
Most HA serums have 1% - 2% of hyaluronic acid. 1% of HA is enough for moisturizing and smoother look of the skin. 2% is the highest concentration of HA that is safe for skin, found in drugstore serums without irritation or drying effect.
@Milica20 Milice, do you think products with Phenoxyethanol are completely safe?
HA in this product is sodium hyaluronate (HA in salt form), and it has smaller molecular size. It penetrates the skin better. The main effect of this product is moisturizing, and I think it's doing a good job.
@Anyica Yes, if it's in 1% concentration or less.
@Anyica I think that is definitely as a preservative safer than parabens.
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I love this product.