Glow from the inside with The Co Being

Glow from the inside with The Co Being

Today, skincare can easily look like a magic potion that provides all the needs of your skin. Those who are new to skincare may find it difficult to navigate. In ancient times, skincare pertained to kitchen ingredients that would keep all of our skin concerns at bay. 

But today, the holistic view has completely shifted. Today, the industry has constant conversations about achieving perfect skin by using active ingredients like hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, and retinol. These ingredients, along with AHA and BHA, can help maintain the skin, along with steps like moisturizing.

Before understanding what these ingredients are and how they can be beneficial, let’s understand why are they called ‘active ingredients.’

An active ingredient is something that makes a change in your skin, and it can be delivered anyway. And as the delivery is non-specific, active ingredients can be found in everything from cleansers and lotions to serums. There are hundreds of such active ingredients, but they don’t all do the same thing. Some active ingredients are responsible for providing moisture, some provide sun protection, and others give chemical exfoliation and/or anti-aging effects. Active ingredients include niacinamide, zinc oxide, and ceramides. 

Despite having access to hundreds of active ingredients, skincare fanatics have yet to win a single battle. The battle to achieve skin that is glassy and well-moisturized without the appearance of dry spots or patches There are multiple products on the market that claim to lock in moisture in our skin to give us the desired results. But there is one active ingredient that, if added to the skin before moisturizer, will help better penetrate the moisture in the skin. The active ingredient we are talking about is hyaluronic acid.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is not only an active ingredient; it is also a natural substance found in the fluids in the eyes and joints. In your body, this slick, gooey substance acts as a cushion and lubricant in your joints and other tissues. Some of the foods in which hyaluronic acid is found are almonds, tofu, kale, and oranges. This acid is also known to play a major role in skin health, wound healing, bone strength, and many other bodily systems or functions.

What are some of the other uses of hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid has the following advantages and functions in your body because of all the benefits and functions it serves: 

It facilitates the seamless operation of your joints. Your joints function like a well-oiled machine thanks to hyaluronic acid. It avoids the pain and harm caused by bones rubbing against one another.

It keeps everything moist. Hyaluronic acid is excellent at holding onto water. Hyaluronic acid contains around 1.5% water in a quarter teaspoon. For this reason, hyaluronic acid is frequently used to treat dry eyes. Additionally, it's a component in serums, ointments, creams, and lotions that moisturize.

It enables skin flexibility. Hyaluronic acid lessens wrinkles and creases while assisting the skin in stretching and flexing. Hyaluronic acid has also been shown to promote wound healing and reduce scarring.

How does hyaluronic acid and Sodium Hyaluronate help the skin on a daily?

In today's world, hyaluronic acid helps to maintain healthy skin with radiance on the outside while also having anti-aging properties that slow the rate at which visible signs of aging appear. 

Along with Hylauronic acid the one thing we oftentimes forget is Sodium hyaluronate. It is a derivative of hyaluronic acid. It has many uses, including the treatment of arthritis, dry eyes, ulcers, and wounds. It is also present in skin care products and cosmetics. Sodium hyaluronate is a humectant, which means that it attracts moisture. Sodium Hyaluronate is said to be the salt form of Hyaluronic acid, so it is known to seep deeper into the skin and attracts moisture. Both Sodium Hyaluronate and hyaluronic acid can be used together as hyaluronic acid takes care of the skin on a surface-level to smooth and hydrate, while sodium hyaluronate does the same on a deeper level, which helps reduce signs of aging. “Both forms have advantages and can be used together, depending on the desired effects,” Robinson says.

Additional benefits include:   

Retaining moisturize on the skin

Hyaluronic acid is frequently used alone or with moisturizers to hydrate the skin. It can be consumed as a supplement or used topically as a cream. For people with dry skin, hyaluronic acid can boost skin hydration and enhance their quality of life. According to a study's findings, all skin types had an increase in moisture of up to 96% after 8 weeks of using hyaluronic acid.

Wound healing and reduction of joint discomfort

Hyaluronic acid aids in tissue regeneration during wound healing. It is also said that the swelling of wounds may reduce, and hyaluronic acid can also regulate and repair the damaged tissue. To help lubricate the joints, a person can have injections. Many treatment combinations are used for osteoarthritis patients who have painful and inflamed joints. Hyaluronic acid can also improve the efficacy of pharmaceuticals used to treat these symptoms. 


Did you know? The skin contains about 50% of the body's entire supply of hyaluronic acid. Wrinkles can develop as a result of modifications in this quantity, which may be brought on by UV exposure. In addition to improving skin firmness and elasticity, hyaluronic acid can dramatically lessen the depth of wrinkles and their textures. According to a study, skin thickness can increase by up to 55% and wrinkle depth can decrease by up to 40%. Our marine collagen peptides helps achieve your skin, hair and nail goals. The anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties aids in radiance from within. It also helps in quick and better absorption delivering utmost benefits to the skin and body. To purchase, Marine Collagen Peptides visit our website

Hyaluronic acid for other health ailments

Apart from the benefits discussed above, hyaluronic acid is also known to be beneficial for the following:

Combating vaginal dryness

May help with bladder pain

Known to keep the eye moist and prevent drying.

Reducing the cause of acid reflux

Tames symptoms of mild to moderate eczema

Helps alleviate symptoms of gum disease & mouth ulcers

With an understanding of the benefits of hyaluronic acid, let us also understand when hyaluronic acid should be avoided.

What are some of the don’ts of hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid usage during pregnancy and breastfeeding is not currently known to be safe. To be on the safe side, avoid using it. Even while undergoing radiation therapy, hyaluronic acid may raise the risk of certain skin problems. It could also exacerbate skin ulcers in people who have a condition that causes the skin and connective tissue to harden (scleroderma). If you have scleroderma, don't use hyaluronic acid on your skin. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please consult a doctor before applying or consuming hyaluronic acid.

How will TCB fulfill the basic requirements of hyaluronic acid in your body?

The Co-Being meets today's needs by curating Dew It, Fix the night, Marine Collagen, hsn+ Capsules. When we speak of Dew It, it is a daily toner that helps the skin by providing it with hyaluronic acid along with other ingredients like tender coconut, witch hazel, seaweed, moringa extracts, aloe vera, tulsi, and a combination of natural ingredients that act as a natural AHA.  Dew It also acts as a pollution defense complex, protecting the skin from the harmful effects of UV and the environment. 

Fix the Night aids the skin by providing skin resurfacing and firming properties aided with the help of strong antioxidants. Ingredients like, Ceramide complex, Retinol & natural extracts of Tef seed, Oarweed & Beech tree bud reduces the visibility of ageing by reducing fine lines, wrinkles, while improving overall skin texture.

When you speak of hsn+ capsules, it acts as a rejuvenation to your nails and hair with its premium ingredients like, Hyaluronic acid, Natural Biotin, Lysine, Vitamin B12, Iron, Zinc and more. It not only aids in hair and nail growth but also boosts cellular growth.

With The Co Being, products are curated keeping in mind the needs of today. Thus the line of products we curate are vegan, cruelty-free, and free of parabens, sulfates, and non-GMO ingredients. This dermatologically tested products aid in the maintenance of healthy, glowing skin, nail, hair and cellular growth, externally and from within. 


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