In 2015, Catherine De Lange of The Guardian UK published an article titled “Can a drink really make skin look younger?”. In it Catherine uses her own experience as a starting point for exploring the effects of Hyaluronic Acid and Collagen drinks on the body, and specifically their ability to improve skin appearance and lessen the appearance of wrinkles. At the Health & Beauty Group we believe the entire article is worth reading for anyone interested in trying Proceanis® Hyaluronfiller for themselves. Below are some excerpts from the article:
The other ingredient added to a lot of these supplements is hyaluronic acid, which plays a role in cushioning connective tissue. It has a unique capacity for retaining water, and helps give skin a plump appearance. Unlike collagen, which decreases more rapidly as an effect of lifestyle, levels of hyaluronic acid, or HA as it’s often called, drop almost equally fast in everyone, says Fountain’s Nicola Kilner. “Nearly half of it will be gone in our 40s,” she says.
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More bold claims, but do they stand up? There is peer-reviewed research to show that HA supplements can improve hydration and wrinkles in people with dry skin.