Improves joint lubricant flexibility. Skin cellular wrinkle renewal.
Reference ID: u6q9x1u3
Category: Health, Beauty & Personal Care
People Can Apply: 05/17/2016 - 06/01/2016
Final Approval Date: 06/06/2016
Final Shipment Date: 06/08/2016
Retail purchase price: $ 14.95
Discounted purchase price: $ 1.94
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Pure hyaluronic acid (HA) powder from plant fermentation.
100% Pure powder. Clean & vegan. No additives or preservatives.
Non-GMO. Lab tested. Packed in FDA registered facility in California.
Improve Joint Lubricant Flexibility | Skin Cellular Wrinkle Renewal.
Hyaluronic acid (HA) is glycosaminoglycan, which is a fairly long chain of sugars (disaccharides) that are present in all connective tissues responsible for retaining moisture. Studies show that supplementing with HA has shown multiple benefits from improving skin moisture content and elasticity, assists in moisturizing the eye, but the most well-known benefit is for its joint ache relief. As we age, the level of hyaluronic acid in our bodies can drop as much as fifty percent. Genetics, smoking and deficiencies such as magnesium and zinc can all play a part to accelerate this loss, but levels of hyaluronic acid drop in all of us to some degree naturally. As these levels drop we may find ourselves with aching joints, or dry skin. Supplementing with hyaluronic acid can help promote healthy joints and skin. The most known benefit of hyaluronic acid is promoting healthy joints. The effectiveness of hyaluronic acid is not one bit surprising due to the concentrated amounts found in areas such as the knees, hips and other moving joints. HA is a large component of both cartilage and synovial fluids which surround these joints, as it binds to water to create a think, gelatinous fluid that lubricates and protects cartilage. These fluids along with cartilage act as shock absorbers that help joints withstand enormous amounts of wear and tear. When joints are stricken with arthritis, HA levels become extremely low; this causes synovial fluids to become less viscous and takes away the spongy characteristic of cartilage