Hyaluronic acid is a type of acid that helps your skin remain young and wrinkle-free. This acid is a sugar chain in the polysaccharide structure, and naturally exists in the human body. Besides its several tasks, hyaluronic acid has also a feature of giving tightness to the skin. This structure is produced in a laboratory setting, and is also used for filling purposes.
Water retention and skin moisturizing effects are its most important features that help keep the skin smooth and flexible. Hyaluronic acid applications that enhances the skin's water retention capacity are also called "Youth Vaccine". It is the most commonly preferred anti-wrinkle filler because it is easy-to-apply and does not cause allergic reactions. This injection procedure is performed to treat skin aging in the face, neck; cleavage, and hands.
It is metabolized by the body and discarded within 6 to 12 months after the procedure.
- Enables the skin to store more moisture.
- Triggers the formation of collagens and elastic fibers.
- Enables you to regain a smooth, vibrant and tight skin.
- Delays the aging process of the skin.