Hyaluronic Acid: Rejuvenates and Hydrates your Skin

Hyaluronic Acid: Rejuvenates and Hydrates your Skin
The hyaluronic acid is one of the most effective weapons against aging. Hyaluronic acid gets to increase volume and hydration of the skin, making it look much more smooth and radiant.

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a polysaccharide the type of no sulfated glycosaminoglycan β-linked, presenting structural function, like the chondroitin sulfates.

The Hyaluronic acid is distributed widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues.

The Hyaluronic acid presents a viscous texture, available in the synovia, vitreous humor and collagen connective tissue of many organisms and is a major glycosaminoglycan in homeostasis.

Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is naturally present in the human body. It is found in the highest concentrations in fluids in the eyes and joints.

The hyaluronic acid that is used for cosmetics is extracted from rooster combs or made by bacteria in the laboratory.

With the passage of time, the presence of this substance decreases significantly, which produces, among other reasons, the aging of the skin and thus, the appearance of wrinkles, flaccidity or loss of firmness.

One of the main properties of hyaluronic acid is its great capacity to attract and retain water.

For this reason, their use in cosmetic treatments for topical application allows to rehydrate the skin in the treated area in depth so that its appearance is much smoother and increases its thickness and volume and also decrease the furrows of the skin.

Hyaluronic acid use in Aesthetics

The Hyaluronic acid was discovered in the year 1934, although its use in cosmetics, which became popular, did not begin until half of the 1990s.

The application of hyaluronic acid in the skin care and beauty treatments is due to its main property is the increase the volume and hydration of the skin, making it look much more smooth and radiant.

Wrinkles and sagging of the skin associated with over the years are determined largely by the loss of hydration, by reduction of hyaluronic acid present in our skin and the decrease in the ability of our body to replace it.

The most common areas where to apply the Hyaluronic acid is:

Eyes contour and corner of the mouth.

The Volume of the lips

Facial (cheekbones)

Labial or Perioral wrinkles (around the mouth)

Nasolabial folds (lines ranging from a both sides of the nose to the mouth)

External ocular wrinkles (Crow's feet)

Worlddermic has a complete range of products containing Hyaluronic Acid: Hydrameso 3,5%, Hydrameso 1% and MesoFace Cocktail Anti aging.
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