Hyaluronic acid

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Hyaluronic acid and its magical effect in your body

Hyaluronic acid has a hugely important property that humans benefit from: it binds large amounts of water.

From tightening to smoothing and moisturising, hyaluronic acid is an all-rounder.
 

Many people do not know that it occurs naturally in the body. It hides in the connective tissue between the skin cells where it supports and bolsters it. Unfortunately, the amount of hyaluronic acid in the body decreases significantly over the years. When the joints start cracking, it is a sign that there is less and less of this acid in the synovial fluid. This also affects the skin. It becomes drier and loses its elasticity and thus wrinkles start to occur. You can catch and compensate for this natural decline if you supply your skin with Hyaluronic acid in a high-quality product from an early age.

Hyaluronic acid has a hugely important property that humans benefit from: it binds large amounts of water. Just one gramme can bind up to six litres of water! This creates a fluid that feels like a gel and acts as a lubricant in the joints. There is short-chain and long-chain hyaluronic acid. The former increases the skin’s tension and stimulates the cells. A collagen booster that tightens and smooths the skin. Long-chain hyaluronic acid provides intensive moisture. It fills in small wrinkles, makes the skin look fuller and leaves an elastic protective film. The advantage of hyaluronic acid is that it occurs in the body and allergies and side effects are therefore practically unknown.

The combination of short and long-chain hyaluronic acid leaves the skin feeling particularly pleasant. Our Rich Day Cream UV 30 and Rich Night Cream both contain a perfect mix. The power duo for intensive anti-ageing care.