Hyaluronic Acid is a natural polysaccharide which belongs to the glycosaminoglycans group. Hyaluronic Acid has the ability to retain water in an amount equivalent to thousands of times its molecular weight, adding moisture, volume, and elasticity to the skin. Hyaluronic Acid is found in both the dermis and the epidermis its purpose is to works as a protector, stabilizes the structure of the skin, and helps in shock absorption.
As we age, unfortunately, this amazing polysaccharide begins to decrease. So sad! The loss of Hyaluronic Acid may contribute to the loss of elasticity, hydration, and volume of the skin. Hyaluronic Acid may be formulated in many different forms and available through injectables, creams, and serums. It has a greater ability to penetrate the skin.
The thick texture of Hyaluronic Acid makes certain that there is cohesion of the connective tissues and slows down the natural aging process, activating the fibroblast.