Hyaluronic acid is a real all-rounder, as it plumps the skin, supporting collagen and elastine fibers and thus has an anti-aging effect.
Hyaluronic acid is formed by the polymerization of an acetyl glucosamine / glucuronic acid dimer. It represents 50% of the glycosaminoglycans present in the fundamental substance of the dermis and plays an essential role in maintaining the tone of the skin, thanks to its high hydration power and its viscoelastic properties.
Hyaluronic acid maintains a youthful appearance and is a natural agent against wrinkles. Its main function is to regulate the extracellular matrix in the tissues. The hyaluronic acid replenishes the skin from the inside, while at the same time binding and storing moisture very effectively. Hyaluronic acid also aids the skin’s rejuvenation. It promotes cell division and helps new cells to migrate up to the skin’s surface. Furthermore it is also well tolerated.