The normal aging process and daily external injury cause loss of moisture.
The key molecule involved in skin moisture is hyaluronic acid, which plays an important role in maintaining the function and health of our body.
Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced by the body.
It plays important physiological roles for the skin, joints and eyes.
Hyaluronic acid supports collagen fibers for a healthy, toned and hydrated skin. It’s also a critical component of the synovial fluid, where it protects the cartilage from wear and tear due to physical activities. Furthermore, in the eye, hyaluronic acid hydrates and supports the structure of the vitreous body.
The natural production of hyaluronic acid tends to decrease after the age of 25.
Thus, normal aging causes the loss and degeneration of the hyaluronic acid in the body.
Restoring its optimal levels become essential. The most effective way to reintegrate the level of hyaluronic acid in the body can be achieved with methods that allow hyaluronic acid to reach the deepest layers of the body, including the skin and peripheral tissues of the eye.
Such effectiveness can only be achieved by supplementing the body on a systemic level with a type of hyaluronic acid that is as similar as possible to the one that the body naturally produces.