Pure Encapsulations Hyaluronic Acid
offers support for cartilage, skin, and joints. Hyaluronic Acid helps by lubricating the cartilage that exists within our joints. This makes for potential improvements in mobility and even a possible decrease in some joint pain. Every tissue in the human body contains a naturally occurring polymer known as hylauronic acid (HA). About half of that hylauronic acid is found in your skin and the synovial fluid.
Synovial fluid is contained in the knees and other joints and is secreted by the synovial membrane; its responsible for lubricating joints and allowing you to move comfortably. Hyaluronic Acid Capsules by Pure Encapsulations provide this vital substance in order to support shock absorption and sufficient lubrication. For more joint support it may work to moderate the bodys production of certain prostaglandins that may contribute to mild inflammation and pain. By getting relief you can stay active and continue doing the activities you love without discomfort. Your appearance may also benefit from a hylauronic acid supplement. HA helps skin cells attract and retain water; this promotes hydration communication between cells the delivery of nutrients and the elimination of toxins and waste. It also supports the turnover and renewal of keratinocytes which may lessen the appearance of some visible age spots or fine lines. As a result the skin may appear younger and more supple. Recommended use:
1 capsule, 1-2 times per day with or between meals, or as directed by a healthcare professional.
- Supports Cartilage
- Supports Skin
- Supports Joints
- Helps promote skin and cartilage hydration
- May reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
Features Include Clinically Researched Absorption:
In nature, HA is a large molecular weight compound, ranging in size from 500,000-6,000,000 daltons. This is too large to be absorbed in the small intestines. HyaMax sodium hyaluronate provides a low molecular weight source of hyaluronic acid produced through fermentation. In a pharmacokinetic study, orally administered HyaMax hyaluronic acid was incorporated into joints, connective tissue and skin, with a particular affinity for cartilaginous joints.