Vitamin A In Combination To Hyaluronic Acid

We now know the benefits of oral Hyaluronic Acid, but did you know that one of our ingredients, Vitamin A has a vital effect throughout our bodies? Such as: Vission Immune function Bone Metabolism Skin and cellular health Teeth Mucous membrane Embryonic development and reproduction Blood (reference)   Vitamin A and Hyaluronic Acid are powerful components together. Vitamin A stimulates the release of Hyaluronic Acid boosting the skin’s elasticity ( smoothing wrinkles) and health, protecting the skin from sun-effected redness, pigmentation and from any infections attempting to attack the surface...
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Our Skin’s Connection To Hyaluronic Acid

skin / (skɪn) / noun The external tissue that covers the body. As the body’s largest organ (it makes up about one twenty-fifth of an adult’sweight), the skin serves as a waterproof covering that helps keep out pathogens and protects against temperature extremes and sunlight.     Basically, if we do not take care of our skin, our skin won’t be able to take care of us. It is far from the point of looking beautiful and young although that is a goal almost every day! How can we look and feel beautiful and youthful if we neglect the core behind healthy skin? Stripping back the layers of our skincare creams and injections, what is it that actually protects us in the...
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Natural Skincare Routine | In preparation for Spring

From all that winter dryness in the air absorbing our hydration, we want nothing more than to re-hydrate our skin and prepare it for Spring. Detoxing our bodies is a great way to start. By cutting out all the delicious comfort food and alcohol can be the start for bringing back our glowing skin. After several weeks, we believe in a cheat meal once a week! My personal daily routine is to rejuvenate, restore and rewind my skin’s clock and here...
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Hyaluronic Acid To Go

Are you an early riser only finding yourself rushing out the door for work with no time for your morning beauty routine? Beauty routines do take time and it is vital to make sure your body and skin stay as hydrated as possible. Let’s face it, the older we get the more we need to slap on that moisturiser and drink that water. It may never seem enough, that is because our bodies Hyaluronic Acid levels decline from the age of...
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Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen

Higher levels of collagen and hyaluronic acid are found in skin that is more supple and resistant to wrinkles and fine lines. Collagen gives the skin its strength, elasticity, and structure. As we age, collagen levels gradually lessen and the effects are seen in less vibrant, sagging, and wrinkled skin.
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Can a drink really make skin look younger?

In 2015, Catherine De Lange of The Guardian UK published an article titled “Can a drink really make skin look younger?”.  It follows her journey and experiences while testing the effects of Hyaluronic Acid on her body, and specifically its ability to improve her skin appearance and lessen the appearance of wrinkles.
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Hyaluronic acid with adhesively bonded fascia

Fascias are all fibrous connective tissue structures in the body. If there is not enough hyaluronic acid in the fascia, the proportion of the fluid becomes smaller and the connective tissue becomes ever firmer and inflexible.
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Hyaluronic acid – natural lubricant for the joints

Hyaluronic acid can withstand strong pressure, act as a shock absorber and remain the elasticity, which makes its presence in cartilage, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue essential for supporting healthy joint function.
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Tips for sports with arthritis

To train effectively and to really do something good for your body, sport activity should be tailored to you. Osteoarthritis is either caused, among other things, by too little or too much movement.
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