Origin: Produced biotechnologically through microbial fermentation with the aid of yeast extract and peptones and serums.

Also Known As:  


Sodium hyaluronate

Overview: Hyaluronic acid is an anionic, nonsulfated glycosaminoglycan distributed widely throughout connective, epithelial, and neural tissues. It is one of the components of the extracellular matrix. As such, it significantly contributes to cell proliferation and migration.

It is a natural polysaccharide that is responsible for tissue hydration, lubrication, and stability. It can hold on to 500 times its own weight in water which makes it one of the most powerful moisturizers and humectants available. It smoothes and softens the skin as well as reduces the appearance of wrinkles.

Suggested Uses: 

Hydrating gels
Moisturizing gels and lotions
Anti-aging and anti wrinkle products
Pre and after sun lotions
Nourishing, protecting, and moisturizing products
Products for sensitive or dry skin

Ideal Concentration Level in Products: 0.1% to 2%