HYALURONIC ACID. What foods can I find it in?

Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced by your body. Is found in dermal cells and cartilage. It’s main property is that it attracts and retains water, acting as a  lubricant for the joints and a moisturizer for the skin.

It helps repair the skin from damage caused by the sun and pollution, in addition to fighting the signs of aging that are seen in fine lines and wrinkles.

Over time, its production decreases; however, there are ways to help our bodies replenish it naturally. One of them is incorporating into our diet foods rich in hyaluronic acid such as:

  • Vegetables: These include potatoes, soybeans, spinach, lettuce, cauliflower, asparagus, bell peppers, green beans, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts. All of these are rich in magnesium and essential for the synthesis of hyaluronic acid.
  • Fruits: Banana, pear, apple, melon, pineapple, kiwi, pomegranate, grapes, apricots, oranges and blueberries. They are powerful antioxidants, rich in magnesium and vitamin C.
  • Spices: Like coriander and parsley.
  • Fish: such as tuna, salmon, and herring.

Another way to replenish hyaluronic acid deficiency is to apply it directly as part of your daily skin care routine.


Our products contain vegan extracts rich in hyaluronic acid that is easily absorbed by your skin.