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Welcome Mediphorms™️ new series of improved security features and eye pleasing labeling. We take counterfeiting very seriously and this Is just another step we have taken to keep our brand and customers healthy and safe. If you get a bottle that you are unsure of , just send a picture to our email and we will confirm the authenticity.  Aside from the very sought after Zealseal®️ , we have hidden easter eggs all over our labels so we are able to confirm with our unique labeling and branding system that we are able to tell you where and when that particular shipment was sent. So now enjoy and feel safer choosing the Mediphorm™️ brand.

What is Hyaluronic Acid, and Why Does Mediphorm South use it?

Hyaluronic acid is a type of connective tissue that can be found in our bodies and muscles, skin tissues such as cartilage or bones where it provides them with strength. It also acts to increase moisture so cells have enough fuel for their jobs! This amazing substance does all this without causing harm because its anions don't react poorly together like other sugars might do if they were heated up at high enough temperatures (which would break apart these chemical bonds). Hyaluronic acid also known as hyaluronan or hyaluronate — is a gooey, slippery substance that your body produces naturally. Scientists have found hyaluronic acid throughout the body, especially in eyes, joints and skin.

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What does hyaluronic acid do for you?

Hyaluronic acid is a remarkable substance because of all the benefits and uses it has in your body. Here are just a few of the benefits of hyaluronic acid:

-It helps things move smoothly. Hyaluronic acid helps your joints work like a well-oiled machine. It prevents pain and injury from bones grinding against each other.

-It helps keep things hydrated. Hyaluronic acid is very good at retaining water. A quarter-teaspoon of hyaluronic acid holds about one and a half gallons of water.

-That’s why hyaluronic acid is often used for treating dry eyes. It’s also used in moisturizing creams, lotions, ointments and serums.

It makes your skin flexible. Hyaluronic acid helps skin stretch and flex and reduces skin wrinkles and lines. Hyaluronic acid is also proven to help wounds heal faster and can reduce scarring.


How exactly does hyaluronic acid work?

Hyaluronic acid belongs to a type of long, complicated chain-like molecules called polymers. The chain has plenty of spots on it where other chemical compounds (like water, for example) can latch on. That’s why a quarter-teaspoon of hyaluronic acid can hold about one and a half gallons of water, making it the best polymer — natural or artificial — for absorbing water (and a key ingredient in moisturizing products).


Because it has lots of space for other molecules to latch on, hyaluronic acid is great for transporting other molecules throughout your body. It also has the ability to attach itself to cells, which is why targeted delivery of medications using hyaluronic acid is a major topic of study.


Hyaluronic acid’s chain-like structure also means it can act like a scaffold structure, allowing tissues to grow. This is a key step in how wounds heal on your body. Scientists have also found hyaluronic acid in human embryos and are studying what role hyaluronic acid plays in reproduction and development.

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