✨ Both Glycerin and HA are fantastic humectants, capable of binding moisture and hydrating your skin.
✨ Glycerin has small size molecules which makes it easy to penetrate deeper into the skin, whereas Hyaluronic Acid has larger size molecules that help it to act into and on the surface of the skin.
✨ Glycerin tends to be a bit more sticky and feels a bit “heavy” on the skin which doesn’t make it a go-to option for oily or acne-prone skin types, whereas Hyaluronic Acid doesn’t feel sticky at all and is the best-suited humectant for oily skin types.
🌟 Is Glycerine more effective than Hyaluronic Acid?
Ultimately, the choice is yours as to which one suits better for your skin!