Our body naturally produces hyaluronic acid, which is found in the vitreous body of the eye, in joints, and connective tissues of the skin. This component keeps the tissue hydrated by organizing the collagen fiber structure, which is critical to maintain the elasticity and skin tone, support the joints, and keep the vitreous body transparent preventing the emergence of floaters.
After the age of 25 the body produces less hyaluronic acid.
Only hyaluronic acid with high molecular weight is similar to the one naturally produced by the body. Such type of hyaluronic acid, taken orally, can be absorbed and distributed throughout the body.