[10 points to properly moisturize your skin] Part 4 **Use moisturizing ingredients**

Hyaluronic acid and fucoidan have a high ability to retain moisture and are excellent moisturizers. Check if your lotion or moisturizer contains hyaluronic acid or fucoidan.

Below are the typical moisturizing ingredients mentioned above.

  1. **Hyaluronic Acid**: Hyaluronic acid retains plenty of moisture and supports skin elasticity. It is also suitable for sensitive skin and has a mild moisturizing effect.

  1. **Ceramides**: Ceramides are part of the stratum corneum and are important in maintaining the health of the skin barrier. Products containing ceramides can help protect your skin if you have sensitive skin.

  1. **Aloe Vera**: Aloe vera has moisturizing and soothing properties that can help relieve skin irritation and redness.

  1. **Shea Butter**: Shea butter contains rich fatty acids and has a moisturizing effect. It also has a moisturizing effect on the skin.

  1. **Glycerin**: Glycerin attracts water and moisturizes the skin. It is included in a variety of products and is an ingredient that is easy to use even on sensitive skin.

  1. **Niacinamide**: Niacinamide is a type of vitamin B3 that strengthens the skin's barrier function and has moisturizing effects. It can also be expected to reduce redness and inflammation.

  1. **Avocado Oil**: Avocado oil is rich in fatty acids and vitamin E and is suitable for moisturizing and nourishing.

  1. **Almond Oil**: Almond oil also has a light texture that leaves the skin feeling moisturized and suitable for sensitive skin.

These ingredients are gentle on sensitive skin and are expected to help moisturize and support the skin barrier.

*The Elmar series uses "fucoidan" obtained from seaweed as a moisturizing ingredient.


"Skin is the result of daily care. Small efforts foster beauty." - Sarah Coleman


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