Help Lubricate Your Joints and Hydrate Your Skin for Enhanced Joint Comfort and a Youthful Glow*

Who doesn’t want to look and feel years younger? Your production of a key molecule involved in skin hydration, joint and eye health rapidly declines as you age, leaving you with as little as 50% of youthful levels by the time you reach 50. Here’s how to help get it back.

  • Hyaluronic acid can help improve skin texture and appearance, increase joint comfort and help reduce other symptoms associated with normal aging.
  • Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid is a high molecular weight hyaluronic acid, just like the naturally occurring hyaluronic acid in your joints and connective tissue.
  • Using a state-of-the-art delivery system, LipoVantage® improves the effectiveness of hyaluronic acid by increasing its bioavailability, absorption, and stability in your body.

Have the years taken a toll on your appearance and ability to move with ease? Do you notice…

  • Your skin feeling drier and looking saggy and droopy?

  • Your joints feeling more achy and stiff?

  • Your eyes feeling dry and uncomfortable?

  • An increase in occasional gut issues?

All these symptoms may be due to lower levels of a substance called hyaluronic acid – which naturally declines with age as your body’s production slows.

By the time you turn 50, you can have up to 50% less of this important substance in your skin, joints, and tissues.

So, just what is hyaluronic acid?

It is an ingredient often found in pricey anti-aging skin serums, eye drops, lip balms and joint-supporting formulas, hyaluronic acid (HA) is a lubricating, clear substance that your body naturally produces.

Inside your body, HA is found in the greatest concentrations in your skin, joints, eye sockets and in other tissues where it helps retain collagen, increase moisture, and provide elasticity and flexibility.

Because of its negative charge, HA can absorb large amounts of water and expand up to 1,000 times in volume. This makes it a valuable space filler, lubricant and buffer in the matrix surrounding your cells.

This hydrated HA network acts as a sieve, controlling the transport of water and limiting the movement of anything that might threaten its integrity, such as destructive enzymes.

Hyaluronic acid is often recommended by dermatologists and other physicians for its ability to improve skin texture and appearance, increase joint comfort, and help reduce other symptoms associated with normal aging.

Let’s take a closer look at how it might benefit you…

Middle-aged woman

How Hyaluronic Acid Can Help Give Your Skin a Youthful Glow

The aging of your skin is influenced by two different and independent factors:

  1. Intrinsic aging – The unpreventable innate or normal aging of your skin, much like the aging of your organs, that is influenced by age-related hormone changes.

  2. Extrinsic aging – The result of external factors, including UV light and environmental elements.

Both types of aging can lead to dryness, loss of elasticity, lines, and the breakdown of collagen. Youthful skin maintains its youthful-looking qualities, like firmness, elasticity, and resilience, because it has a high-water content.

As you age, you begin to lose some of that moisture. The key molecule for skin moisture is hyaluronic acid, which is found in nearly all your cells. Your skin soaks up about half of your available supply of HA to maintain a firm and smooth appearance.

A critical part of your skin, HA provides natural support for the dermis – the “plump” second layer of your skin. It helps deliver nutrients and keeps your dermis layer moist by pulling water from other parts of your body.*

Hyaluronic acid binds the water to skin cells, providing all the layers of your skin with valuable, rejuvenating moisture. Acting as a humectant, HA provides lasting hydration for your skin, helping to make it stronger, smoother and tighter.*

When taken orally, hyaluronic acid works from within to hydrate dry skin and promote soft tissue growth and collagen and elastin production. By helping your skin maintain moisture and elasticity, it can help you look more youthful – all from within.*

However, the potential benefits of hyaluronic acid go much further than skin deep…

Could These Whole-Body Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid Be Yours, Too?

A long link of carbohydrate molecules bound together, hyaluronic acid is considered a glycosaminoglycan and functions in several different ways, including:

  • Hydration – Hyaluronic acid binds tightly to water and acts like a moisturizer for your tissues throughout your body.

  • Lubrication – Acting as a shock absorber, hyaluronic acid binds with water to become a viscous gel, providing lubrication in your joints for comfortable mobility.

  • Helps repair tissue – As the main component of the matrix surrounding your cells, hyaluronic acid is one of the key players in the tissue regeneration process.

  • Growth of cartilage and bone – Hyaluronic acid supports the healthy growth and development of the cartilage and bone in your joints by promoting the growth of new cells and tissues.*

  • Inflammatory response support – Hyaluronic acid supports an already normal inflammatory response and plays an important role in comfortable, flexible joint movement.*

Hyaluronic acid has a very high capacity for retaining water, whether it is in your skin, in your eyes, in your joints or other tissues in your body.

Areas where hyaluronic acid tends to concentrate include your tendons, cartilage and skeletal tissues, your connective tissue, the membranes of your eyes to protect the lenses, heart valves, lungs, aorta and even a man’s prostate.

Hyaline cartilage, a type of hyaluronic acid that covers the ends of your bones, provides cushioning for comfort movement and resistance to wear and tear.

HA is also found in the synovial membrane in your joints, which forms a coating over your bones where they join. This is where synovial fluid is produced, the viscous fluid that helps joints absorb shock, remain elastic and carry nutrients to your cartilage.

Knee joint issues are a common complaint among adults of all ages.

In a study with 60 subjects experiencing knee joint concerns aged 60 and over, half received 200 mg of HA orally once a day and the other half were given placebo.

While both groups were also asked to do quadricep strengthening exercises, the group receiving hyaluronic acid experienced greater degrees of comfort and mobility and less stiffness than the placebo group.*

Painful knee

The Problem with Many Hyaluronic Acid Products

The most crucial limitations of HA are due to its short half-life inside your body and rapid breakdown, which contribute to poor bioavailability.

Orally administered HA typically shows low absorption, or bioavailability, due to its breakdown by enzymes in your gastrointestinal (GI) tract and difficulty absorbing it in your small intestine.

The wrong particle size can make a difference in how well you absorb hyaluronic acid. Larger particle size typically means lower absorption and utilization.

Hyaluronic acid is often sourced from animal products. While it originally came from rooster combs, it also can be obtained from shark skin or the vitreous humor of the eyes of cattle or pigs.

The problem with animal sources of HA is that they can contain endotoxin and protein residuals that interfere with your health. And they can be unpredictable from batch-to-batch since there is no control over the impurities and the molecular weight.

For all these reasons I prefer hyaluronic acid made from a lab-created fermentation process.

Bacterial technology makes it possible to obtain high-purity hyaluronic acid with low protein and endotoxin levels and consistent high molecular weight.

Why does molecular weight matter with hyaluronic acid?

Naturally occurring hyaluronic acid has a high molecular weight, making molecular weight an important factor in the health of joints.

High molecular weight hyaluronic acid produces a thicker, more viscous, and elastic fluid than low molecular weight hyaluronic acid. The proper lubrication and shock absorption of your joints depend on the viscosity and elasticity of hyaluronic acid.

A supplement made with low molecular weight hyaluronic acid may provide less lubrication and shock absorption for your joints, leading to a greater risk for injury and degeneration.

Particle size matters when it comes to the absorption of hyaluronic acid. The smaller the particle size, the more ideal.

Introducing Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid – A High Quality, Bioavailable HA

Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid

Our Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid offers many advantages over regular hyaluronic acid products. It…

  • Is liposomal so you receive greater bioavailability with more hyaluronic acid working for you where you need it most.

  • Provides maximum absorption, thanks to its liposomes with a particle size of less than 400nm.

  • Is made using precise bacterial technology to provide you with consistent high quality hyaluronic acid without the impurities found in animal-sourced products.

  • Is high molecular weight, just like the naturally occurring thick and viscous hyaluronic acid in your joints and connective tissue.

  • Provides “extended release” properties to the hyaluronic acid for maximum benefit and minimal adverse effects.

If your body can’t absorb something well, you can’t benefit. And that’s the problem with many popular supplements, like vitamin C and even hyaluronic acid.

Liposomes are a revolutionary way of solving this problem as they deliver the nutrients directly to your cells. Discovered by two scientists in 1964, liposomes act by mimicking natural cell membranes.

As you can see in the diagram below, liposomes encapsulate and surround the active ingredient to protect and deliver it to your cells and bloodstream.

Liposome cell membrane

However, regular liposomes aren’t without their limitations. The oral delivery of liposomes can be affected by barriers such as instability in your GI tract and difficulty crossing cell membranes.

Our Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid utilizes cutting-edge technology to help guarantee more of the hyaluronic acid works for you throughout your body…

The LipoVantage® Advantage for Greater Potential Benefits

As we’ve seen, the challenge of effective liposomal delivery depends on two variables. First, liposomes must be able to survive the harsh environment of your GI tract and then, they must penetrate the mucus layers of your intestines for optimal absorption.

By using a state-of-the-art delivery system – LipoVantage® Advanced Liposomal Technology – our Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid helps overcome those barriers to allow your body to absorb more hyaluronic acid and reach its intended target.

LipoVantage® technology wraps the hyaluronic acid in protective liposomes to help increase bioavailability, absorption, and stability in your body.

Here are four ways LipoVantage® Liposomes offer unparalleled bioavailability and performance in your body, compared to other technologies that claim to increase benefits. LipoVantage® liposomes…

  1. Are highly soluble in your stomach so the hyaluronic acid becomes well dispersed and not clumped together.

  2. Offer protection from the harsh environment of your gastrointestinal tract, thus providing greater potential benefits with fewer side effects, like GI distress and upset stomach.

  3. Are highly permeable in your small intestines to allow for optimal absorption through the cell lining of your intestines.

  4. Are considered (their size is optimized at 100-200 nm} to further improve their solubility and bioavailability.

Now You Can Look and Feel Years Younger – Order Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid Today*

Who doesn’t want to look and feel years younger? And re-engage in activities you might have given up?

Our Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid uses cutting-edge technology to help you benefit from all that hyaluronic acid offers for a more youthful-looking appearance and comfortable movement.*

Without the shortcomings of so many other hyaluronic acid products, Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid can help you turn back the hands of time and look and act like you were years younger.*

You don’t need to settle for declining levels of hyaluronic acid in your body when there’s a simple way to help restore them. Imagine what you might do if you had no limitations…

Discover what Liposomal Hyaluronic Acid can do for you. Order your supply today.

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  1. 1. Isn’t it better to use the real thing – hyaluronic acid derived from rooster combs?

    We prefer hyaluronic acid from bacterial fermentation as it provides a more consistent hyaluronic acid with fewer potentially harmful impurities, such as endotoxin and protein residuals that can be risky for human health.

    Bacterial technology makes it possible to obtain high-purity hyaluronic acid with low protein and endotoxin levels and consistent high molecular weight.

  2. 2. Which is better – high or low molecular weight hyaluronic acid?

    Researchers have discovered that the molecular weight of hyaluronic acid determines its structural, physical, and chemical properties. An increase in molecular weight is associated with greater viscosity and elasticity.

    The naturally occurring hyaluronic acid in your body is high molecular weight, which is especially important for joint health.

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