Acide hyaluronique - YESforLOV

IDENTITY CARD

INCI NAME : SODIUM HYALURONATE.
ORIGIN : VEGETABLE.
GALENIC FORM : FINE WHITE POWDER.
METHOD OF PRODUCTION : BIOTECHNOLOGY.

HISTORY

Hyaluronic acid was first discovered by Karl Meyer in 1934. Hyaluronic acid can be found in various forms such as acid or salt. This molecule is naturally present in the human body and can also be extracted from a number of plants such as wheat. Along with collagen and elastin, it is a component of the body's connective tissues.

In 2018, hyaluronic acid is the molecule most used to plump the skin in cosmetic surgery. It is also used in cosmetics to delay the signs of ageing and maintain skin hydration. One gram of hyaluronic acid can hold up to 6 litres of water. (Sutherland, 1998).

THE BENEFITS OF HYALURONIC ACID

With age, the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin gradually decreases and the skin loses its "fullness". Hyaluronic acid fills the intercellular spaces, promoting hydration and tissue cohesion. It is now recognised for its hygroscopic properties because hyaluronic acid can absorb up to 1,000 times its weight in water, giving it moisturising power in different tissues (skin, eyes, mucous membranes, etc.).

Hyaluronic acid is used in cosmetics because it is very well tolerated by the skin. It is nicknamed the "molecular sponge" and is famous for its exceptional water retention capacity, making it great for moisturising and "plumping" the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a disaccharide polymer and it can penetrate more or less deeply into the skin depending on the size of its molecules.

The larger molecules play a key role since they form a film on the skin's surface, like a pad filled with water, which maintains the skin's hydration. This film also has a "toning" and smoothing effect on the surface of the skin and wrinkles. The smaller molecules penetrate the upper layers of the epidermis and attract and retain water, thus deeply moisturizing the skin. This "plumping" effect also reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

COMPOSITION

100% sodium hyaluronate.

METHOD OF PRODUCTION

The method of production used is bacterial fermentation, in other words biotechnology. That is to say, hyaluronic acid is produced by yeast fermentation of wheat. This type of ecological production process is of course far preferable to the traditional extraction of hyaluronic acid from cockerels' crests.

HOW IT IS USED IN YESforLOV PRODUCTS

Hyaluronic acid's properties help to maintain an nonocclusive spongy tissue that naturally boost low levels of intimate secretion while significantly increasing the moisturising capacity of your tissues before, during and after lovemaking.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE

- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not swallow or inhale, avoid contact with eyes.

AND IF ANYONE ASKS YOU

- Does not contain derivatives of animal origin.
- Produced using a GM-free yeast fermentation process.
- Easily biodegradable.

SOURCE

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