The active ingredient in Dermatrix is hyaluronic acid (HLA).
This is a naturally occurring very long chain of disaccharides (sugars) present in all connective tissues that is responsible for retaining moisture.
The results of slowly diminishing amounts of this naturally forming acid are aching joints and sagging skin.
HLA promotes healthy joints concentrating on the knee, hips and other moving joints.
The synovial fluid and cartilage utilises the HLA to create a gelatinous element to protect and lubricate these joints.
HLA is extremely low in arthritis sufferers causing a less cushioned effect.
Young skin has an abundance of HLA occurring naturally because of the amount of Estrogen produced but diminishes as we age.
Dermatrix has the ability to tighten sagging skin and restores the skin with a plumpness that has dissolved over the years.
After menopause this is reduced and so the onset of aches and pains and sagging skin and wrinkles cannot be avoided…or so we thought.
Using Dermatrix you are replenishing the correct amount of HLA that your body is no longer able to produce.
Applying this to the face will plump out dehydrated skin and slow down the rate at which wrinkles will appear and arthritic relief is accomplished by applying Dermatrix directly to the effected joints.