The Hyaluronic acid in our body
Hyaluronic acid is a molecule that is naturally present in all living organisms. Our body generates it from birth to encourage and regulate the hydration of the epidermis. It has the ability to absorb and retain large amounts of water in the skins and plays a decisive role as a binding element in the extracellular space.
One of the primary functions of the Hyaluronic acid is to keep water molecules in the cells and tissues, providing the means that our body needs for its transportation and for many other molecular processes.
The amount of Hyaluronic acid that we create naturally determines the elasticity and firmness of our skin. At an early age, we generate substantial quantities; at about 40, the production is our bodies is reduced by 50% and by 60 we have barely 10% of what we produced at birth.
The most visible effects of this reduction in Hyaluronic acid
in our bodies are the first appearances of expression lines, changes
in the elasticity and flexibility of the skin, reduced swelling,
harsher and drier skin.
Biotechnology for Hyaluronic acid
Until now, no one has been able to make the Hyaluronic acid penetrate beyond the surface layer of skin using creams, serums, gels, etc, since the Hyaluronic acid molecule is too large to penetrate through the pores of the skin.
With the aid of complex systems of biotechnology, Corpora has succeeded in fragmenting the Hyaluronic acid molecule so that it can penetrate through the pores of the skin, coating these fragments with crystal nanospheres that protect and preserve their qualities during transmission, that is, until they reach the necessary depth.
The result of these complex processes of biotechnology is the Hyaluronic acid crystal Nanosphere Professional Gel, exclusive to Corpora. It is the heart of the Hialurox treatment because it contains active ingredients that produce spectacular anti-aging results.