The importance of hyaluronic acid for the maintenance of moisture in the skin and the corresponding reduction in fine lines and wrinkles is well documented in the scientific literature and recognized in the cosmetic industry. In addition, skin moisture can drop significantly with age and by age 40 the body’s production of hyaluronic acid declines by 50%.
What is infrequently recognized is the need to optimize the molecular size of the hyaluronic acid for maximum absorption and deep penetration. In fact, collagen which is a major component of tissue it too large of a molecule to be absorbed through the skin.
Based on extensive work that was conducted by German scientists to optimize molecular size of hyaluronic acid for oral absorption, this resulted in the development of a facial cream to optimize both topical absorption and deep penetration.
During this research project it was discovered that many moisturizes, and skin care products don’t contain chondroitin sulphate another important component that is believed responsible for skin regeneration as well as its ability to moisturize, reinforce the skins matrix and soothe skin with its anti-inflammatory properties. It can also influence the quality of the collagen, essential for healthy skin.
To further enhance the properties of the product additional compounds essential for skin health were included including D-Panthenol, elastin and vitamin E.
This approach to skin care is designed to:
- Optimize skin moisture
- Supplement important substances, hyaluronic acid and elastin, beneficial in tissue repair and maintenance of supple and smooth skin
- Be a source of antioxidants to protect the skin from damage
- Provide nutrients that may boost collagen production
- Support the sustainable smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles