Hyaluronic Acid Side Effects: The Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid Supplements
AH (Hyaluronic Acid – Uronic Acid) is a polysaccharide with Beta bonds that performs a structural function. This compound is produced naturally by our body, mainly by the skin, joints and cartilage, but from the age of 30 it decreases this production and the main problems of aging of joints, wrinkles, etc. begin. Viscous texture and able to retain a thousand times its weight in water, has a very short natural cycle is very important in the form of application in anti-wrinkle creams for example, although it does not affect too much in both medical and aesthetic uses that its degradation is carried out by hyaluronidase, an enzyme whose benefits are solely to fulfill this function.
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