Hyaluronic acid is a compound that binds water in the dermis. It can be safely used without prior skin tests. The acid is a component of the intracellular matrix of dermis in human skin.
Young skin has a sufficient hyaluronic acid quantity, which guarantees its elasticity and lack of wrinkles. With age, the amount of acid decreases. The most vulnerable to acid decerase are women aged 25 and over. Ladies who are under intensive diets are also subjected to this problem. At a later time, the skin gets old, loses the ability to bind water and stop wrinkles development. One molecule of hyaluronic acid is able to bind about 250 molecules of water. Products based on hyaluronic acid are used to fill defects in the tissues and fill wrinkles, moisturize, revitalize and firm the skin, stimulate the regenerative processes and improve facial contours. Hyaluronic acid procedures represent a high percentage of all procedures used in aesthetic medicine.