Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid a super moisturizer

Hyaluronic acid is one of the best known and most sought-after active ingredients in the world of beauty. Today, most of the products that are for skin care contain among its ingredients hyaluronic acid.


But where does hyaluronic acid come from?

Hyaluronic acid is a component that is part of our joints, cartilage and skin. In each one, it fulfills different functions. As is well known, it acts as a moisturizing agent on the skin and this supports the skin to stay young and elastic. In cartilage, it has a restorative and joint function, it works as a “lubricant” and prevents painful friction.


Why do we love hyaluronic acid so much?

Well, it has the ability to attract and retain water molecules, which is why it is a super moisturizer. In addition to being a key component for the proper functioning of our skin. Years ago, hyaluronic acid was not so famous but it suddenly became famous thanks to its anti-aging properties.


And if this is already produced by our body, then why is it necessary to also apply it?

“One more day, one less day” Hyaluronic acid degrades over the years, because we cannot avoid aging. There are several formulas to replace it, either in creams as an ingredient or as a topical by itself, it is estimated that around 50 years, half of the hyaluronic acid in our body will have disappeared. Replenish it, it will keep our skin with the necessary hydration, in addition to drinking the necessary amount of water.

It will prevent us from developing problems with the joints and of course, the cartilage alike. Its main function, as we have already mentioned, is to retain large amounts of water, in a proportion that is approximately a thousand times its weight. It is for these reasons that hyaluronic acid is the number 1 product for keeping skin hydrated and young. Another of its functions is to penetrate to the deepest layers of the skin and fill in those horrible wrinkles, which is why you will see it very often in anti-wrinkle and anti-aging treatments. It is said to be more durable than collagen, although this is not yet fully proven. We can get it topically, in creams, capsules or even through injections (ouch), hyaluronic acid is so widely used that you will see it even in your soup plate.

Hyaluronic acid also can acquire through some foods
For example:
Vegetables, especially starchy tubers such as potatoes, vegetables like spinach, cauliflower, broccoli, asparagus, lettuce and sprouts. Pumpkin, peanuts, whole grains, beans, and rice. Soy, fruit, water, cod liver oil, this contains large amounts of hyaluronic acid and vitamin A, fish such as tuna, salmon, herring and mackerel. We also find it in meats such as pork, veal, beef, turkey and duck.


So you can treat yourself to delicious food and also look younger.





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