Hyaluronic acid is an enhancing, viscous substance, naturally occurring in the body, lubricating the joints and even sustains the shape of the eyeballs. It is added to different sorts of skin care cosmetics and anti-ageing products. It is also the key component of several injectable fillers because it naturally occurs in our skin, and when injected, our body doesn’t really see it as foreign.
Hyaluronic acid has the ability to absorb large quantities of water and is also an effective antioxidant, which means it can trap the free radicals formed in the skin as a result of e.g. exposure to UV rays. It is made by a fermentation process using NON-GMO and bacteria that takes place in a plant based growth medium without any animal products or byproducts.
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