Hello friends of WebChaat! How are you? This week I’m here to talk about something you probably heard a lot:…
Hello friends of WebChaat! How are you? This week I’m here to talk about something you probably heard a lot: “hyaluronic acid” As you well know, it is widely used in cosmetic products or in cosmetic surgery, and brands boast when they use this component, but, do you really know what is it for? , what is your function or in what quantities do you really notice the difference in its use?
In Belletica we also ask ourselves the same and for that reason, we will see in the following article the following points that will help you to clarify all the doubts:
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Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a polysaccharide of the glycosaminoglycan type. Its formulation is (C14H21NO11) n
And while this reminds you of chemistry classes or sounds like Chinese; the important thing is to know that, it is one of the Main natural components of our extracellular matrix and that is found, for example, in Joints, cartilages, vitreous humor (liquid that lubricates the eye) and the skin . To give you an idea, in a 70 kg person there can be a total amount of 15 grams of hyaluronic acid in your body. However, as we get older, the natural production of hyaluronic acid decreases.
A rough way, its function in the human body is, among other things, to join the water and lubricate the moving parts of the body, such as joints and muscles. It helps to maintain the normal damping of the joints. And it also has an important role in moisture retention, since a single molecule can withstand up to 1,000 times its own weight in water.
But we continue to deepen something more.
In addition to improving the functioning of the organism at the cellular level, also:
All these functions and properties applied to beauty what they do is give the skin a natural, firm and regenerated appearance.
The explanation and the theory are very good but, how can we use it?
How to consume hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid can be inject in the dermis of the skin to fill it, a technique more commonly known as dermal fillers. These injections should always be performed by a professional and it is important to be well informed about the clinic or aesthetic where they decide to perform.
It also can apply topically and it is a key ingredient in many serums and creams. Unlike collagen, hyaluronic acid is able to penetrate the upper layers of the skin to improve and benefit the skin when applied topically. Hyaluronic acid is a main component of the skin, it benefits the repair and protection of tissues. When applied in a cream or serum, hyaluronic acid forms an air permeable layer and penetrates the dermis, thus increasing the elasticity and hydration of the skin.
It is important when purchasing this type of products to avoid those that contain alcohol, parabens, sulfates or other ingredients that are harmful to the skin. Most “hyaluronic acid serums” contain preservatives that counteract the benefits of hyaluronic acid.
It can be consumed as oral supplement Because it plays a critical role in the production of collagen, the most abundant protein in the body, collagen is essential for the skin because it is compatible with the structure of the skin.
The interval during which their beneficial effects are noted varies depending on the type of product used, the amount added, the manner of use as well as the area treated. That is to say, that in the joints it lasts and in the increase of lips and other beauty treatments.
The clinical product is presented as reticulated (dense) or non-reticulated (fluid). The first one has a more lasting effect in time, from 6 to 9 months and even more, and the fluid version lasts around 3 approximate months.
Being a product biodegradable , and that the body consumes naturally, has the advantage of being phased out. Therefore, when infiltrations and facial fillers are made, the result is always reversible. This is great since it avoids the possible adverse effects that cosmetic surgery sometimes causes.
There are many brands that have incorporated hyaluronic acid into their products. These appear in small proportions and ideally fix the ingredients well and see how much they contain the same or what other ingredients may also possess as some subtract the benefits of hyaluronic acid.
He price , it depends on each pocket, but as a general rule, products that contain a high percentage of this compound will have a higher cost.
On the other hand, the appropriate age to consume this type of creams or serums is from 25 years old Well, it is at that moment when the body begins to produce half of hyaluronic acid.
Cream hyaluron-filler by Eucerin Wrinkle filler effect instantaneously and durably.
The truth is that everything they say about hyaluronic acid is true and is a very precious component and beneficial that also causes no adverse effects nor secondary So sure that now, when you buy any product, you pay more attention to whether or not it has hyaluronic acid.
I say goodbye until next week. I’ll be back with more tricks and interesting topics!
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