Non crosslinked hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid is a basic component of the extracellular matrix, that is to say, the tissue that holds the cells. It is responsible for “Feeding” the cells of vitamins, water and trace elements needed for its correct operation.
Over the years, solar aggression, tobacco and poor hygiene habits, causes the Hyaluronic acid in the skin to be lost, leaving the skin less lustrous and parched, consequently wrinkles and sagging appear.
The replacement of hyaluronic acid directly into the superficial layers of the skin, rehydrates the tissue making it more turgid and improving the function of cells.
Because it is not reticulated, hyaluronic acid only hydrates the skin without producing a puffy sensation.