Cactus Botanics
Issue 5
May 10, 2017
Cactus Botanics
Nowadays, many people spend countless hours trying to keep their skin looking vibrant and young. They pursue perfection with health and pure beauty products, and often, cosmetic procedures and surgery. But there’s a much better, healthier product -- Hyaluronic acid. It can keep your skin glowing, and it also benefits your joints — all without the harmful side effects of toxic skin products.
Hyaluronic acid, also called Hyaluronan or HA, is a naturally occurring polymer in every tissue of the body, such as skin and inside joints. HA is important to retain collagen, increase moisture, and provide elasticity and flexibility in your skin, helping to stave off physical signs of aging in the face.
As with many other biochemicals our body manufactures, our stores of HA tend to dwindle as we age. Your skin starts losing hyaluronic acid as early as age 18, but wrinkles and other skin damage from slowed production of HA don't generally begin to be noticeable until the late 30s or early 40s. Preserving or regaining hyaluronic acid is a goal of many skin care scientists and products that can help with these tasks can keep skin supple and youthful-looking.
In the joints, HA helps provide the lubrication known as synovial fluid, which allows for the smooth movement and range of motion. In fact, physicians inject HA into the joints in those who have arthritis, so HA is safe and effective!
Hyaluronic acid works by acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues. In addition, it might affect the way the body responds to injury.
Supports healing of sores, sunburns and wounds: Hyaluronic acid is the part of the structural components of connective tissues, and it helps provide structure and shape. Because Hyaluronic Acid binds to water, it hydrates the skin and tissues, keeps skin taut, helps bring nutrients to damaged tissues, controls inflammation and helps fluids carry out waste.
Lubricates achy joints: Hyaluronic acid can be found in all bones, and connects tissue, joints, and structures throughout the body. Because it helps buffer bones and provides resistance to wear and tear, Hyaluronic Acid is beneficial for lubricating achy joints and easing pains and tenderness.
Relieve eye discomfort: Hyaluronic acid can help relieve chronic dry eyes by replenishing moisture within the vitreous humor (a lubricating gel that fills the middle part of the eye), helping provide relief of dry eyes, support tear production and restore fluid balance. Some studies have also found that hyaluronic acid helps suppress oxidative damage caused by UVB light within the cornea.
Help reduce wrinkles: Skin’s moisture will drop significantly with aging, which makes it lose elasticity, causing wrinkles. Hyaluronic acid plays a critical role in skin appearance with its unique ability to retain moisture. Also, it can adjust its moisture absorption rate based on the humidity, relative to the season and the climate.
Cactus Botanics can supply Hyaluronic Acid with the range from 0.20×106 to 2.50×106 Da. Hyaluronic acid with different molecular weights has different functions:
HIGH M.W 1.80×106~2.50×106 High water retention, promote the regenera-tion of the cell tissue.
COMMON M.W 1.00×106~1.80×106 Keep skin moisture and lubrication for a long time.
LOW M.W 0.20×106~0.80×106 Easily absorbed by skin, increase skin nutrition.
Hyaluronic Acid is so popular that Cactus Botanics prepares adequate inventory in the USA, Germany and China warehouse for our valuable customers. Wherever you are, Cactus Botanics will work to satisfy you with high quality, prompt shipment and competitive price. Cactus Botanics will also support your special requirements, and provide tailored formulations to meet your needs.
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