If you're not familiar with Hyaluronic Acid Serum it's about to get a little sciencey in this paragraph. Hyaluronic Acid doesn't act like the same beauty acids that we typically use, like salicylic or glycolic, which exfoliate away dead skin cells. Instead Hyaluronic Acid acts as a cushioning and lubrication agent for our joints, nerves, hair, skin and eyes. Our bodies actually produce Hyaluronic Acid, but as we get older our ability to produce it decreases. That's one of the reasons why we get wrinkles, sags, bags and lines on our skin. By adding Hyaluronic Acid back into our skin it can help make those unfortunate look more moisturized which can sometimes improve the look of those areas. Sweet!
I didn't notice any lines or wrinkles disappear, but I did notice that the areas where I applied it it helped moisturize and made my skin feel smoother. I wouldn't use this product as an anti-aging product, but more of a moisturizer for those dry and cracked areas of my skin. If I wanted to try and use it as an anti-aging I would use the 20% Vitamin C Serum on my skin first and then apply the Hyaluronic Serum to help seal it in.