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Hyaluronic acid

What is hyaluronic acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a substance occurring in the body naturally; its special properties have an effect, for example, in the skin, joints and eyes.

One of the outstanding properties of hyaluronic acid is its extremely high water binding capacity: 1 gram of hyaluronic acid can bind up to 6 litres of water. Therefore, hyaluronic acid forms an important component of the so-called extracellular matrix (proportion of the tissue between cells) in the tissues and organs of the body. It ensures that the tissue is always adequately supplied with water.

The younger the skin, the higher its hyaluronic acid content. You can immediately recognize young skin rich in hyaluronic acid by its volume, its suppleness and its elasticity. The proportion of hyaluronic acid in the skin decreases with increasing age. The skin becomes drier, sags more and forms wrinkles and folds. Hyaluronic injections into and under the skin can reverse these aging phenomena to some extent. A rejuvenating effect lasting over many months can be obtained.

Croma processes only high-purity hyaluronic acid obtained by bio-fermentation, which is chemically identical with the substance occurring naturally in the body. Therefore, the corresponding Croma products integrate harmoniously into the tissue; allergic reactions can be practically excluded.