Hyaluronic acid is present throughout the body. Especially in the connective tissue, all fluid-filled spaces outside the cells, as well as the vitreous body of the eye.
Hyaluronic acid is also an important component in the fascia, which surrounds all muscles, bones and organs like a network, as well as in synovial fluid and articular cartilage.
Due to its spatial structure, it can bind a lot of water and thus contribute to the stability and friction-free movement of the joints. It supports the dampening and lubricating properties of synovial fluid.
In the skin area, hyaluronic acid ensures elasticity and firmness of the connective tissue.
Hyaluronic acid only stays in the body for a short time and the body's own production decreases with age, so that an external supplement can be useful to counteract the typical signs of aging such as wrinkling, joint problems, problems in the intervertebral spaces, etc.
Other tasks in the body that have not yet been sufficiently proven are assumed, for example in the area of wound healing, UV protection and as a radical scavenger.
Only for external use:
For spraying on the skin as needed.