OCTOBER 13, 2021


Are you also curious about the moisturizing and natural wonder ingredient, which has unique skin rejuvenating qualities with immediate effect? We have filled our Hyaluronic Ocean Serum with hyaluronic acid.
But why and what is it exactly?


It sounds more dangerous than it is. But don't worry, it's not. In fact, it is a molecule that is produced naturally in the body and helps the skin retain moisture. Hyaluronic acid is everywhere in us, but most of all in our eyes and our joints. Therefore it is not just a cosmetic ingredient but to a large extent also a medical and surgical ingredient in both liquid and solid form. It is, for instance, used in both eye and knee surgeries and also as eye drops. Hyaluronic acid must be present in the body for cell division and cell and nutrient transport to take place. Without hyaluronic acid, everything simply stands still. And just like in the rest of the body, the skin needs it to thrive!
Sufficient hyaluronic acid in the skin means skin in top shape, smooth and elastic and fully hydrated. Exactly what makes the skin more resilient and gives it a healthy look. 

Hyaluronic Acid is a molecule that is produced naturally in the body and helps the skin retain moisture. Raaw By Trice's Hyaluronic Ocean Serum is filled with it

We do not love mentioning the word anti-age, but we do not get around the fact that hyaluronic acid is the ultimate skin rejuvenating ingredient with immediate effect.


It is important to keep your skin well moisturized. And to do this - hyaluronic acid is by far the best. Not only does it have a moisturizing effect, it excels in attracting water and storing it in the skin. It is actually said that it binds water 1000 times its own weight. Therefore, it is no secret that serum or other products with a high content of hyaluronic acid, give the skin a unique fullness and freshness. Think of baby skin and you will have the image of large amounts of hyaluronic acid in the skin.
Hyaluronic acid causes the skin to store water, and the explanation for its effective results is to be found in the upper cell layers. When in contact with hyaluronic acid they swell slightly and plump the skin. Hyaluronic acid deeply hydrates and helps repair damaged cells and improve the appearance of fine lines, leaving the skin plump, soft and rejuvenated.
Hyaluronic acid is not a trend, but a basic skin need. With age, we lose moisture and thus hyaluronic acid from our skin. Therefore, it is a good idea to boost the skin with hyaluronic acid daily. Just like you drink water every day.


It gives visible results to add a hyaluronic serum to your daily skincare routine - regardless of skin type. Of course, no serum can give you moisturized baby skin - but hyaluronic acid can fill in (wrinkles or fine lines) - some actually call it “nature’s botox”. If you use it as your first product on clean skin, you get the optimal effect. Then apply face oil, cream or sunscreen. On top of that, you’ll get an extra bonus by using hyaluronic acid - skin with enough hyaluronic acid in it will improve the absorption of active ingredients from your other products. 
Hyaluronic acid can be used every day - both in morning and evening routines. 

Hyaluronic Ocean Serum face serum from Raaw By Trice

Give your skin a youthful glow and a boost of antioxidants and minerals with this rich blend of Laminaria algae and hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic Ocean Serum will stimulate collagen production, deeply hydrate and help repair damaged cells.


The answer is yes!
Because hyaluronic acid is a skin-identical molecule, it does not cause problems and can be applied to all skin types - even sensitive and delicate skin. Moisture is for everybody.


It is probably not necessary to remind you that you need to remember to drink water and/or aqueous drinks such as green tea. When we drink water, most of it goes right through, but when we eat watery foods, the fluid goes out to the cells and tissue. So we can actually get hyaluronic acid from the things we eat! Root vegetables are filled with hyaluronic acid. Bouillon, Bouillabaisse or bone broth are also good sources. If you have Noma tendencies, then eyes from fish and other animals are ultra-rich in hyaluronic acid, as well as it is in Gristle. 


Raaw By Trice's Hyaluronic Ocean face serum with hyaluronic acid and other sustainable ingredients