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Hi there, I'm trying to make a gentle toner with hyaluronic acid to apply after dermarolling in hopes to deliver the HA deep in the skin. Does my face have to be damp before applying for the HA to be effective? And do you think HA will work well if mixed with witch hazel and willow bark extract? Thank you for your time.
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Yikes, this could be very bad for your skin. The skin will absorb HA just fine without causing an inflammatory response and putting holes in your skin. Getting HA "deeper" won't give you any additional benefits. You might even be doing more damage, plus there are no scientific findings of this type of procedure at all. 

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Oh geez, I'm surprised. Everything I've read compares results to laser, although dermarolling takes substantially longer. I am using only the .25 roller which doesn't draw blood. Those big ones are definitely unappealing. So, that aside, does the face need to be damp for HA to be effective when applied in a toner?
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I would try both ways and see what feels better to you. I actually like a mist of our Floral toner myself. 
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Thanks!
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