Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is naturally present in our body and is contained in the connective tissue, ligaments, tendons, cartilages, eyes and especially in the skin. Over time, the content of hyaluronic acid in the skin naturally decreases so, together with the ability to retain water, it also tends to lose its natural elasticity and hydration, thus making the skin appear less toned and more opaque. Especially in the more predisposed areas such as the eye and lip contour, forehead and décolleté, the first wrinkles begin to show. It therefore becomes essential to replenish the amount of hyaluronic acid from the outside through specific cosmetic treatments.
For this we have selected 2 hyaluronic acids, obtained through a natural fermentation process, which have two different molecular weights and which are characterized by the size of the molecules and the properties exerted on the skin:

  • HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT hyaluronic acid:
    Composed of macromolecules, it does not penetrate the skin, but forms a protective film on the surface that prevents the evaporation of water, allowing you to maintain the right degree of hydration and avoiding dehydration. Ideal especially for very dry skin, in addition to a strong moisturizing action, it also has a smoothing and firming function.
  • LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT hyaluronic acid:
    Made up of very small micromolecules, it is able to penetrate deeply into the epidermis, thus resulting in the most absorbed form. It is obtained through the hydrolysis process of hyaluronic acid and due to its absorption characteristics it is very tolerated by all skin types, even by skin that tends to be impure because it is absorbed very easily without occluding the pores.


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