Hyaluronic Acid is a molecule naturally produced by your body to keep you moisturized and lubricated. Hyaluronic Acid is mostly found in your skin but can be in the connective tissues and the eyes. As a powerful humectant, it supports the healthy function of the skin which relies on adequate hydration levels.
As we age, the natural aging process, smoke, pollution, and exposure to the sun can decrease your Hyaluronic Acid in your skin. Lack of moisture is one of the main culprits of aging skin, it is a must-have in repairing your skin's moisture barrier. Lower levels of Hyaluronic acid can cause the skin to loose its reflective properties from light bouncing off hydrated skin. This gooey substance can draw moisture from the air, retain moisture up to 1000 its weight. 1 gram of Hyaluronic Acid holds up to 6 Liters of water.
Promotes healthier, supple skin
Creates a protecting barrier for the skin.
HA hydrates the skin giving a reflective properties from the light bouncing the skin.
Absorbs quickly into the skin
Helps wounds heal faster by regulating inflammation levels
HA is a form of GAG (glycosaminoglycan) which supports the collagen and elastin cells.
works well with Vitamin C, Vitamin B5
Some studies show that a lower weight molecular HA will help support the skin's synthesis of its own HA reserves by better absorption.
Low Molecular Weight (less than 5 kDa)
By replenishing Hyaluronic messengers, it helps to visibly delay the appearance of aging signs.