Here's How Hyaluronic Acid Fights Wrinkles

In 2016, the antiaging market was $250 billion, and by 2021, it will top $331 billion. In fact, the antiaging market is one of the fastest-growing sectors today. It's not surprising that new technologies are driving this market growth.

The ever-increasing development in new products designed to prevent your skin from aging has attracted customers in droves. One such product is hyaluronic acid, which is used to create a cream with remarkable anti-wrinkle benefits.

According to researchers, the cream penetrates into the deeper layers to fight sagging skin and wrinkles. If you're wondering how the chemical compound fights wrinkles, here's how.

What is hyaluronic acid?

Your body creates hyaluronic acid naturally and abundantly. It can be found in:

Hyaluronic acid was first isolated in 1934, and scientists have been intrigued ever since. The levels of this vital compound decline considerably with age. By the time you're 50, your body is generating about 50% less hyaluronic acid than it once did. Diminished amounts of this compound contribute to joint ailments such as arthritis and also to sagging, wrinkled skin.

How hyaluronic acid fights wrinkles

Hyaluronic acid fills the space between the elastin fibers and collagen and lets the tissue trap all the water and nutrients beneath the skin, resulting in healthy, hydrated and younger-looking skin.

Hyaluronic acid is a significant antiaging agent for other reasons. Notably, it's an antioxidant, which occurs naturally in the body, meaning it has the capacity to trap free radicals produced in your skin from UV rays or inflammation.

Simultaneously, it revitalizes your skin's external layers so they look and feel smoother, softer, and hydrated to lessen the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Therefore, if you're struggling to fight wrinkles, Dr. Heripsime and her team of experts are ready to advise you accordingly at Bergen Aesthetics.

Therefore, if you're struggling to fight wrinkles, Dr. Heripsime  Ohanian and her team of experts are ready to advise you accordingly at Bergen Aesthetics.

Where to find hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid might be available as a single ingredient in capsules or as a powder or liquid. It might also be available in combination with ingredients such as vitamin C. Dosages range from 20 mg-200 mg daily in separate doses. It's also available as a topical.

When applied to your skin directly, hyaluronic acid helps hydrate and smooth wrinkles by drawing water into your skin, producing a transitory swelling that puffs out the fine lines.

Topical hyaluronic acid is mostly present in eye and face lotions, serums and creams; it's frequently mixed with vitamin C to enhance the absorption of the powerful antioxidant into the skin. Additionally, it's useful in topical ointments and lotions for joint pain and arthritis.


Regardless of whether you have combination or oily skin, hyaluronic acid offers remarkable benefits. Moreover, it's incredibly gentle even for the most sensitive skin. Actually, its positive effects on the skin are partly because of its natural soothing benefit, which implies it can help blemish-prone and sensitive skin. If you're concerned about your skin, Dr. Ohanian is ready to help you.



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