Hyaluronic acid keeps collagen synthesis up, as well as retaining skin moisture, contributing to the benefits to the skin.
Hyaluronic Acid is found in all bones, connecting tissue, joints, tendons and cartilage structures throughout the body — especially a type called hyaline cartilage, which covers the ends of bones and provides cushioning.
Chondroitin sulfate is one of the critical compounds in connective tissue and is responsible for building and supporting joint cartilage.
Benefits of using Hyaluronic Acid including firming aging skin, reducing achy joints, moisturizing wounds and rewetting dry eyes.
Aside from lowering the appearance of wrinkles and dryness, Hyaluronic Acid is beneficial for treating cold sores and mouth sores, ulcers, wounds, bites and burns due to how it keeps damaged tissue moist.