If Traditional Chinese Medicine believes cosmetics and food come from the same source, that’s even truer for water. Vegan-friendly and completely free from sugar, gluten, dyes and preservatives, choosing water as a liquid supplement is, in fact, simple but effective.
Scientific research backs up the idea that intake of Hyaluronic Acid through a liquid supplement allows its quick intestinal absorption and, subsequently, its distribution to the target organs, namely skin tissues and joints. The numerous trials conducted and published on authoritative scientific journals also add other important information: edible Hyaluronans no side effects or contraindications. As such, the Italian Ministry of Health listed it among the ingredients that can be added to food supplements without limitation of use.
According to one of the top brands leading this emerging market, a 3-to-8-weeks consumption is enough to witness an increase in tissue plumpness and hydration, and such visible efficacy contributes to further encourage consumption. Moreover, a regular consumption of food grade Hyaluronans such as SinoHyal FG helps our body to foster its endogenous production and maintain a constant optimal level of hydration.
This emerging trend testify how within this new and evolving landscape of nutricosmetics, where the cosmetic universe is progressively shifting towards an holistic approach to skincare,
Hyaluronic acid is asserting itself as an absolute workhorse of edible beauty and is going to stay relevant for many years to come.