Hyaluronic acid is produced in your adrenal cortex, and the body uses it to bind water. As you know, you are made up of 70% water and it doesn't slosh when you walk, which is pretty smart. There is, for example, 1% hyaluronic in your eyes, and more in your joints and organs than in your muscles. The older we get, the less we create ourselves, and since well-moisturized skin is not as important for the body as moisture for the brain or other organs, it is the skin that is prioritized in the end. This is expressed by dry skin with fine, dry lines - but luckily we can remedy that with my Hh.
Hyaluron comes in different chemical chain bonds of between 400 to 2000 KiloDalton, or kDa. KiloDalton is the way we weigh atomic mass units. It is therefore the weight or mass of the particles of atomic size. Let me just say that it's really small, but also really important, because it determines how the hyaluronic behaves in your skin.
Hyaluron is divided into the short bond of around 400 dKa, the middle one of around 1100 dKa and the long one of around 2000 dKa. I want a hyaluronic composition as close to that which is formed by the body itself, as this will have the best conditions to work optimally for your skin. Therefore, I have chosen:
0.2% of the short to bind as much moisture as possible and to penetrate deep into the skin.