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Why Hyaluronic Acid?

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The biggest advantage that hyaluronic acid has to offer is that it has a very high capacity for retaining water, whether on the skin, in the eyes or within soft tissue. HA is considered a glycosaminoglycan, which gives it its capacity to hold a large volume of water along with its high viscosity. Throughout the body, HA is distributed in many different tissues, especially in the skin, where it provides moisture and structure. The skin accounts for about half of all the HA found in the entire body.

Other body parts where HA is concentrated include tendons and joints, the membranes of the eyes, the umbilical cord, synovial fluid, skeletal tissues, heart valves, lungs, aorta, and prostate. HA is basically a very long link of carbohydrate molecules bound together that hold water and therefore allow for fluid movement and pressure absorption.

Over the past two decades, emerging research has shown that beneficial functions of hyaluronic acid include hydration, lubrication of joints, a space-filling capacity within tissue and between cells, building the framework through which cells migrate, repairing tissue and wounds, regulating activation of inflammatory cells (inflammation), enhancing immune responses, repairing injury of fibroblasts, and maintaining skin’s epithelial cells.

  What are the benefits of       Mediphorm?

  • The synthesis of Hyaluronic Acid increases when tissue injury takes place

  • Hyaluronic Acid regulates tissue repair and participates in wound closure

  • Hyaluronic Acid activates inflammatory cells in the response to injury of fibroblasts or epidermal cells and regulates skin inflammation

  • Forms the framework for blood vessel formation

  • Provides internal skin hydration

  • Regulates metabolic processes 

  • Assists with skin repair 

  • Provides protection against ROS

  • Facilitates cell growth and migration

  • Stabilizes the intercellular structures