A person is 80% water, this truth has long been proven and is beyond doubt. Water fills blood vessels and capillaries, carrying nutrients and removing waste. Moisture is also part of the connective tissue that maintains body volume and skin turgor. Hyaluronic acid in the body is responsible for retaining moisture in the tissues.
Sodium hyalurate is a valuable polysaccharide and maintains the amount of collagen and elastane sufficient for the normal functioning of the body. It retains moisture in a gel-like state, allowing the skin, joints, bones and vision to function.
While a person is young, the replenishment of hyaluronic acid occurs quickly and naturally, but with age, all metabolic processes slow down, wrinkles and sagging skin appear.
The collagen fibers that form the epidermis lose their elasticity and volume. Stress, smoking, unhealthy diet and harsh environmental conditions in modern cities interfere with the replenishment of valuable acid reserves.
The properties of the "guardian of youth" discovered in the 30s of the last century, as scientists often call hyaluronic acid, allowed cosmetology to reach a new level.
Dry, wrinkle-prone skin needs care with products containing hyaluronic acid. Today, cosmetologists around the world use it in lotions, creams, serums and for subcutaneous injections in beauty salons.
The acid gel can be applied to the skin using galvanic devices and injected into its deep layers.
Moisturizing the skin of the face with the help of such cosmetics is most effective when the sodium hyalurone molecule has a structure that allows it to penetrate into the deep layers of the skin and saturate them with life-giving moisture.
Such care products are called high molecular weight and they cost much more than those that create a protective moisturizing layer on the skin's surface. This cosmetics is considered low molecular weight, it is cheaper and more widespread, it also has an anti-inflammatory effect.
Cosmetics with hyaluronic acid certainly have a rejuvenating effect, but it cannot be compared to a salon procedure in which the skin receives a nourishing "cocktail" of vitamins, nutrients and the healing acid itself.
The composition is injected under the skin by a cosmetologist. He also determines in advance the places for injections and their number. In small doses, the specialist introduces a "cocktail" around the entire perimeter of the face.
The effect of this procedure lasts about 6 months. The skin of the face is smoothed, wrinkles are reduced and the inner radiance characteristic of youth appears, and its natural oval is also restored. After six months, the procedure is repeated if there are no contraindications and allergic reactions to the previous one.
This salon procedure is called mesotherapy and is performed only by professional cosmetologists.
The second method of deep rejuvenation of the skin of the face was the "filling" of deep, noticeable wrinkles. In the places of their location, such an amount of a useful composition is introduced, which is enough to smooth the skin. The effect of the procedure can be noticeable from 3 to 5 years, and the duration of the effect depends on the woman's lifestyle.
Mesotherapy can be replaced by chemical peels, which stimulate the skin's response to strong acids. Under stress from the composition applied by the beautician to the skin, hyaluronic acid is produced naturally, moisturizing the woman's face.
Chemical peeling courses are recommended to be carried out once a year. They lead to saturation of the facial skin with moisture, improvement of its natural immunity, impaired, for example, after years of acne.