While Hyaluronic Acid is present throughout the many tissues within the body,
almost half is concentrated within skin tissue.This molecule however, has a short lifecycle
in skin, with 30-50% degrading every 24 hours. With age, the skin experiences a gradual decline in Hyaluronic Acid levels.
Production starts to decrease in the 20s and accelerates in the 40s. The combined decline and rapid natural degradation of
Hyaluronic Acid contribute to appearance of signs of ageing including dryness, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin texture, loss of firmness and loss of facial fullness.