I have been reviewing products by various skin care companies for a while now, and I have to say that hyaluronic acid has been very popular among companies making new products. I have tried quite a few hyaluronic acid products by now, and have to say that even though the main element in them is the same, due to the fact that every company makes their own formulation, the products are almost never that similar.

Today I have tried hyaluronic acid product by Belle Vous. I have to say that I like this product. It has very interesting texture, quite unusual. The product has a pump, and when you pump it out, you get liquid out. The liquid does feel slightly sticky, and definitely smells like honey. The smell is very sweet.

I am not sure what honey has to do with this product, but according to the ingredient list it includes glycerin, water, sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer, propanediol, hydrolyzed rice bran extract, polyglutamic. I have tried to research whether any of these components are related to honey, but I haven’t found anything.

This particular product does not seem to be absorbing in my skin very well, and it almost feels like I did apply a thin layer of honey on my face, and it is not getting absorbed in the skin.

I think this is curious that this hyaluronic acid reminds me of honey so much. Generally hyaluronic acid is great to apply on the skin to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, to give the skin glowing appearance.

For this product, it is recommended to apply it on the skin cleansed with a toner, and followed by a moisturizer. I am not sure how that would work as I find that the hyaluronic acid for me is not really getting absorbed, but just stays on the skin, and feels still somewhat sticky to touch.

I like the product, and I like the texture, the smell and the feel of it. I hope to be able to improve my skin tone, and overall skin appearance with its help!

I received this product free in exchange for my unbiased review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own. One may or may not have the same opinion as myself when reading this. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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