Hyaluronic acid, also called also called hyaluronan, is often recommended by dermatologists and other physicians for its ability to improve skin’s texture and appearance, along with reducing joint pain and other symptoms associated with aging. HA is probably most well-known for its inclusion in pricey anti-aging skin serums, but you’ll also find it joint-supporting formulas, cold sore treatments, eye drops and lip balms.GET A QUOTE
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1.What Is Hyaluronic Acid?
Today, HA is incorporated into different anti-aging beauty and health care products — you can now find hyaluronic acid lotions, creams, serums and supplements sold in health food stores. There’s a good chance your dermatologist even offers HA in injection form.
Hyaluronic acid is also a naturally occurring ingredient in bone broth, which is why adding more bone broth or protein powder made from bone broth to your diet can automatically increase your HA intake.
When applied topically, hyaluronic acid cannot be absorbed. Sodium hyaluronate, however, is the salt of hyaluronic acid. Because it is a much lower molecular size, sodium hyaluronate can penetrate the skin when applied topically, and thus appears in creams and other potions.
2.How Hyaluronic Acid Works
Hyaluronic acid is a lubricating, clear substance that’s produced by the body naturally. In the human body, hyaluronic acid is found in the greatest concentrations in the skin, inside joints, within the eye sockets and in other tissues where it helps retain collagen, increase moisture, and provide elasticity and flexibility.
3.Benefits and Uses
1. Hydrates Dry, Aged Skin
2. Helps Reduce Wrinkles
3. Sores, Sunburn and Wound Repair
4. Lubricates Achy Joints
5. Helps Reduce Dry Eyes and Eye Discomfort
6. Protects Against Inflammatory Bowel Disease