Healthy Skin

Surprising benefits of Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is well known for its skin benefits, especially alleviating dry skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and speeding up wound healing.

Studies have found that matching a good skin care regimen with a healthy lifestyle is the best way to slow the signs of aging.

What Are The Hyaluronic Acid Benefits for Skin?

It’s Science

That study that I mentioned up top? It found some pretty amazing results. After observing women who used hyaluronic acid for just 8 weeks, researchers found dramatic improvements in the participants’ skin. Did you also know that hyaluronic acid benefits all skin types? Who knew?!

Now let’s find out some hyaluronic acid benefits for the face!

Provides Incredible Moisture

Hyaluronic acid’s main power move – and the reason it’s gained so much attention in skincare – is its amazing ability to deliver lasting moisture to the skin.
HA is a humectant, which means it grabs moisture and holds it so skin can absorb it, the hyaluronic acid molecule can hold up to 1000 times its weight in water!

The HA molecule is too large to penetrate the top layer of skin. So, it sets up shop on your skin’s surface and gets to work grabbing and holding moisture so your skin can absorb it and stay healthy and hydrated.

Anti-Aging Benefits

When our skin loses its suppleness, it starts to sag and fine lines and wrinkles become more apparent (thanks, gravity!).

Firms and Tones – When your skin is supple and hydrated, it plumps up to appear firmer, less saggy, and more toned.

 Supports Healing – Likewise, HA supports your skin’s healing and repairing ability by giving skin-soothing moisture and anti-inflammatory properties.

With all this moisturizing, anti-aging and health-boosting power, HA is like the ultimate multitasker of skincare! Whether you’re looking for ultra-hydration, diminishing those pesky fine lines, or boosting your skin’s health, HA has got your back.

Check Petra Organics Hyaluronic Acid Serum to see how it can improve your skin today!

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How to be healthier with simple changes

More and more research is showing that the key to lifelong good health is what experts call “lifestyle medicine” — making simple changes in diet, exercise, and stress management.

To help you turn that knowledge into results, we’ve put together this manageable list of health and wellness.


Research shows a healthy positive attitude helps build a healthier immune system and boosts overall health. Your body believes what you think, so focus on the positive.


Shoot for five servings of vegetables a day — raw, steamed, or stir-fried. A diet high in vegetables is associated with a reduced risk of developing cancers of the lung, colon, breast, cervix, esophagus, stomach, bladder, pancreas, and ovaries. And many of the most powerful phytonutrients are the ones with the boldest colors — such as broccoli, cabbage, carrots, tomatoes…


Did you know that daily exercise can reduce all of the biomarkers of aging? This includes improving eyesight, normalizing blood pressure, improving lean muscle and lowering cholesterol.

If you want to live well and live longer, you must exercise!

Studies show that even ten minutes of exercise makes a difference — so do something!

Crank the stereo and dance in your living room. Sign up for swing dancing or ballroom dancing lessons. Walk to the park with your kids or a neighbor you’d like to catch up with. Jump rope or play hopscotch. Spin a hula hoop. Play water volleyball. Bike to work. Jump on a trampoline. Go for a hike.


If you have trouble sleeping, try relaxation techniques such as meditation and yoga. Or eat a small bedtime snack of foods shown to help shift the body and mind into sleep mode: whole grain cereal with milk, oatmeal, cherries, or chamomile tea.

Darken your room more and turn your clock away from you. Write down worries or stressful thoughts to get them out of your head and onto the page.

This will help you put them into perspective so you can quit worrying about them.


What we eat and how we feel are linked in very complex ways. A healthy approach to eating is centered on savoring flavor, eating to satisfaction, and increasing energy, rather than focusing on weight.

Check your balance of low-calorie foods, nutrient-dense foods (providing many nutrients per calorie), and foods that are calorie dense but nutrient poor.

Most Americans need to eat more fresh whole foods (in contrast to processed, highly refined foods). Try to add more whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, and legumes into your meals. Pair these carbohydrate-rich foods with a healthy fat or lean protein to extend satisfaction.


Limit saturated fats and trans fats, and aim to eat more foods rich in anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids to cut your risk of cardiovascular disease and maybe even improve depressed moods. The equivalent of just one gram of EPA/DHA (eicosapentaenoic acid/docosahexaenoic acid) daily is recommended. Eating cold-water oily fish (wild salmon, herring, sardines, trout) two to three times per week will provide both EPA and DHA.


Both eating and physical activity are fun, sensory experiences! In both, aim for pleasure — not pain. Pay attention to the nutritional value of the foods you choose to eat, as well as your sense of satisfaction, relaxation, tension, exhilaration, and fatigue when you sit down to eat. Check in with yourself as you eat, rekindling your recognition of hunger, fullness, and satisfaction when considering when and how much to eat.


“I spend countless hours doing cardio and never seem to lose that last ten pounds!” is a common complaint I hear from clients. Give yourself permission to shorten your workout. Believe it or not, overtraining could be the problem. Your body can plateau if not given adequate rest to restore itself, ultimately leading to a decline in performance. Fatigue, moodiness, lack of enthusiasm, depression, and increased cortisol (the “stress” hormone) are some hallmarks of overtraining syndrome. Creating a periodization program — breaking up your routine into various training modes — can help prevent overtraining by building rest phases into your regimen.

For example, you might weight train on Monday and Wednesday, cycle on Tuesday and Thursday, run on Friday and rest on Saturday and Sunday. You can also help balance your program by simply incorporating more variety.


You can do all the right things — but if you have personal relationships with people who have unhealthy habits, it is often an uphill battle. The healthiest people are those who have relationships with other healthy people. Get your family or friends involved with you when you walk or plan healthier meals. Making healthy changes with a loved one can bring you closer together as well as motivate you.


Let’s face it, exercising just for the sake of exercising or losing weight can get boring. Spice things up by signing up for an event like a run/walk race or a cycling ride where you can be part of a team. Doing so gives your workouts a new purpose, and it’s fun to be around others who are exercising just like you — not to mention that most events benefit nonprofit organizations, which doubles your feel-good high.

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Help your skin to regenerate

Throughout your life, your skin will change constantly, for better or worse. In fact, your skin will regenerate itself approximately every 27 days. Proper skin care is essential to maintaining the health and vitality of this protective organ.

How can you help you skin to regenerate? Here are some vitamins and ingredients essential for a healthier, younger looking skin.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, which is also known as as ascorbic acid, is beneficial for promoting regeneration; in particular it is used for the repair and growth of tissues throughout the body and is required for the production of collagen. Collagen is a protein which is responsible for maintaining elasticity and strength.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is another powerful skin antioxidant that assists with regeneration by improving skin texture, softness and moisture and protects cell membranes from free-radical damage. Vitamin E also helps to regulate retinol or Vitamin A stores in the body.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a major, natural component of the skin matrix: it stimulates skin repair and regeneration processes, thereby accelerating wound healing.

Hyaluronic acid favours the reconstitution of the skin barrier since HA molecules bind and retain huge amounts of water and provide an open hydrated matrix that facilitates migration of cells involved in tissue repair processes.

All in one multivitamin Face Serum

Taking all recommended vitamins for skin healing can be laborious and sometimes time-consuming! That’s why we developed our unique multivitamin Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum. With a blend of Vitamins C, E, Green Tea and a lot more, Petra Organics Face Serum makes getting all of those important vitamins even easier for your skin.

Try it today and you will be amazed by the look of your skin after the first use. You can find it on sale by clicking the link below

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The benefits of Green Tea on your skin

Did you knew that green tea is one of the healthiest things you can apply on your skin?

This ancient Asian brew can delay aging, protect your skin from UV rays, improve skin tone and reduce acne.

It can have wonderful effects if you just add it to your daily skin care routine.

Loaded with antioxidants can easily fight inflammation and the signs of aging.

Oily skin? Not anymore!

The green tea helps to reduce the production of sebum and remove excess oil.

Enjoy its benefits by simply making it part of your daily skin care routine.

Petra Organics Pure Hyaluronic Acid with Green Tea, Jojoba Oil and Vitamin C& A is great combination for a great looking skin! Pure, organic and natural from the Mother Nature!

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The healing properties and benefits of Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera, called the ” plant of immortality ” by the ancient Egyptians has gain a lot of popularity because of its medicinal uses for centuries.

According to Mayo Clinic, aloe vera is very useful in treating wounds and burns, minor skin infections, cysts, eczema, dandruff, even cancer sores.

The internal benefits of this amazing gift from nature are just as amazing. Its juice is prescribed for arthritis and rheumatism, it also improve the digestion and relieve ulcers.

A true healing herbal remedy that is a perfect also for sunburned skin, simply because is rich in antioxidants and minerals that are known to help speed the cell skin regeneration.


More benefits? You got it!

  • Great Moisturizer, it soften the skin without clogging pores
  • Fight Aging, it is rich in vitamin C and E
  • Anti-Inflammatory and Antimicrobial properties
  • Increases the body’s production of collagen
  • Reduce acne and Infection
  • Lighten Blemishes

We love Aloe Vera, that’s why we added its pure juice in our Petra Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask to combine the power of Aloe Vera with the miraculous Mud, rich in minerals from the Dead Sea.

The formula has been a real success, you can check all the reviews click here to see what our clients are saying about Organic Dead Sea Mud Mask by Petra Organics.

Let’s Enjoy the Power of Nature and benefit from all the wonderful gifts that the Mother Nature has for us.

Pure, natural beauty from Petra Organics.