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Packaged in an amber glass bottle. Can be added to your skincare emulsions, serums, or neat on the skin as a water-based serum using the suggested guidelines. 

High molecular 200k-600k Daltons

Not combining with Vit C in any form due to its reaction with the preservative in the serum.

The solution is slightly cloudy. 

INCI: Purified Water, Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), Populus tremuloides Bark Extract


Usage: 0.1 to 5.0%
Processing: Add to cool water phase 


  • Collagen Support
  • Improved Elasticity
  • Smoothness
  • Superior Moisturization
  • Anti-Aging
  • Mature and Dry Skin Support


  • Skin Care
    • Emulsions
    • Serums
    • Electro Stimulation
  • Body Care
    • Emulsions
    • Serums

NOTE:: Hyaluronic Acid 1% can form complexes with cationic compounds, and proteins, and give rise to precipitation. Special consideration should be given when incorporating into such systems.

Hyaluronic Acid 1% (Sodium Hyaluronate) is a natural product of the bio-fermentation of Yeast with Glucose and Inorganic Salts. Recognized as the most effective moisturizer ever discovered, a 1% aqueous solution is incredibly effective, even at 0.1-1%, where the bio-fermentation is capable of holding up to 1,000 times its weight in moisture. During manufacture, special attention is paid to maintaining purity, and its high relative molecular mass, is made up of long-chain, unbranched, disaccharide units, consisting of glucuronic acid and n-acetylglucosamine. The high viscosity of Hyaluronic Acid derives from the very pronounced hydrophilic characteristics of Hyaluronic acid. Soap & More Hyaluronic Acid is preserved naturally with Aspen bark, unlike most on the market that are aggressively preserved with petro's, formaldehyde donors, and parabens.

Hyaluronic Acid1% is a viscous gel solution that spreads across the skin smoothly and without drag. In connective tissues, Hyaluronic Acid fills the space between, collagen and elastin bundles, and the cells, and is responsible for the visco-elastic characteristics of the tissues, especially in the skin.

Due to its high, relative, molecular mass Hyaluronic acid is not absorbed once applied to the skin, instead of forming a thin, light-permeable, invisible, viscoelastic surface film, like that of the skin, that fixes the moisture on the surface of the skin that helps to preserve the principal characteristics of young healthy skin; such as smoothness, elasticity, and tone, to support the skin’s natural protective mechanism.

Hyaluronic Acid1% is such an excellent water reservoir, and ideal lubricant, that when incorporated into cosmetics, it leads to a perceptible and visible improvement in skin condition ... the cornerstone of every anti-aging product and all mature/dry skin treatments.

Table 1

Water Holding Capacity of Common Cosmetic Moisturizers
Hyaluronic Acid 388
Sodium Lactate 84
Sodium PCA 60
Glycerin 40
Sorbitol 21

Table 1 Illustrates that Hyaluronic Acid is 460 times more powerful than even the leading moisturizer, Sodium Lactate.


Appearance Slightly Viscous Liquid Gel
Odor Characteristic
Solubility Water
Storage Cool / Tightly Sealed / Protected from Light and Air
Shelf 24 Months / Properly Handled and Stored


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Love it

Gifty Serbeh-Dunn
hyaluronic acid 1%

My first time working with this product and I love it. it feels great in my face serum.

L Schultz
good quality

I used to buy this a natural market for years and now that I’ve discovered it at Soap and More I’m saving so much money and it’s the same quality. The only downside is having to keep it in the fridge, but it’s worth it for the savings

Julia Kwan

Hyaluronic Acid 1% Serum Keep Refridgerated