Hyaluronic acid is an essential component of our tissues, it connects and fills the cell-like network of the connective tissue, thus ensuring the elasticity and firmness of the skin.
As we age, the body’s production of Hyaluronic slows down and after the age of forty, the production of Hyaluronic acid is usually halved, by the age of sixty the amount of Hyaluronic Acid in the skin is 10% compared to young skin. Hyaluronic acid is found at varying molecular sizes in our products. It has a moisturising and stimulating effect in the upper layers of the skin and is integrated into the structure of the skin in the lower layer. The Matrixyl 3000 peptide regulates collagen formation, a particle size that can go deeper than normal proteins.