As we age, the body’s hyaluronic acid content decreases. With the help of supporting products that contain it in higher amounts, the balance can be restored to some extent.
Hyaluronic acid slows down the aging process, being one of the most common mucopolysaccharides synthesized by the body. It is a major component of connective tissue and, together with its associated proteins, forms the basis of intercellular substance.
Hyaluronic acid is considered the “moisture retaining miracle”. Impressive is its ability to hold 1000 to 4000 times its own weight in water. This is much more than other natural or synthetic substances can bind. Hyaluronic acid retains moisture in the collagen and elastin found in the skin. It acts as an adhesive that binds them together, thus giving smoothness to rough skin surfaces and significantly improving the appearance of the skin.
Skin care products that contain hyaluronic acid increase the moisture content of the upper skin cell layers. They provide mature and dry skin with lasting moisture, lead to smoothing of the skin surface and strengthen the skin’s resistance forces. Another positive feature of hyaluronic acid is that it reduces dryness, itching and burning.
Hyaluronic acid is contained in the following AquaSource products:
AquaSource’s Collagen Plus product contains the highest quality collagen combined with hyaluronic acid, electrically charged ionic minerals, providing essential minerals, trace elements and rare earth elements, and AFA algae, which further enhances the body’s collagen repair ability.
AquaSource’s Flexibilty is very effective for wear and tear, injuries, joint pain and stiffness, as well as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and any other joint problems. This is due to the complex and synergistic action of the unique combination of time-tested natural healing agents in combination with clinically tested, patented ingredients with proven effectiveness for joint problems that have no analogue or alternative on the market.
HYALURONIC ACID is one of the most powerful weapons against aging. Many of you know hyaluronic acid as a wrinkle-filling filter, but it’s almost as effective as a dietary supplement.
For the skin, hyaluronic acid is synonymous with youth. With age, the skin becomes drier, slowly loses elasticity and gives way to wrinkles. Hyaluronic acid plays a key role in this process because it has the unique ability to retain water – 1000 ml per gram of its own weight. With more hyaluronic, the skin, besides being nourished and hydrated, looks smoother, softer and younger. Hyaluronic acid is particularly beneficial for the functioning of all soft tissues.
Hyaluronic acid is also extremely important for joint health and preventing osteoarthritis. It is responsible for the flexibility of the cartilages and their ability to resist weights. As one of the main components of the cell matrix, hyaluronic acid is an important constituent of articular cartilage.
Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in the human body. It is a natural glucosaminoglucan and is found in connective, nervous and epithelial tissue. Hyaluronic acid is one of the main components of the cell matrix – the tissue that provides structural support to cells. In short, hyaluronic acid supports many important parts of the human body.
Each person contains about 15 grams of hyaluron, but a third of it is broken down and regenerated every day. As the years go by, the body’s ability to regenerate hyaluron declines and the need for a little external help arises, which may be in the form of a hyaluron cream, an injectable filter or simply a nutritional supplement.