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What's Difference Between Hyaluronic Acid And Sodium Hyaluronate ?
May 10, 2017

What's difference between hyaluronic acid and sodium hyaluronate ? 


Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronic acid, is an acid mucopolysaccharide. It is tender, the important basis of material itself is also a component of the human body, it has a special role in water retention, weight up to 100 times its own weight, higher is the moisturizing effect best substance found in nature, known as the ideal natural moisturizing factor. It can improve skin nutrition metabolism, make the skin tender, smooth, wrinkle removal, increase flexibility, prevent aging, while moisturizing is a good percutaneous absorption promoter. When used in combination with other nutrients, it can promote better absorption of nutrients.


Hyaluronic acid sodium (as the substance extracted from cockscomb, can also be made by lactic acid bacteria fermentation, white or white granule or powder, no smell, dry, nitrogen content is 2.8% 4.0%, glucuronic acid content of 37.0% to 37.0%. Use more in cosmetic field, have protect wet effect.


The main difference is that hyaluronic acid is an acid and sodium hyaluronate is a salt. Sodium is more stable, join sodic becomes non-newtonian fluid, used for chamfer is very good, transparent acid is hydrating SAN, there is a term you should know that is the hyaluronic acid, acid is transparent.


The main function of hyaluronic acid: the biochemical medicine with high clinical value is widely used in all kinds of ophthalmic surgery, such as crystal implantation, corneal transplantation and anti-glaucoma surgery. It can also be used to treat arthritis and accelerate wound healing. Used in cosmetics, it can have unique skin protection effect, can keep skin moist and smooth, delicate, soft, elastic, has the anti-wrinkle, anti-wrinkle, beauty care and restore the skin physiology function.


The main function of sodium hyaluronate: it is widely used in the high grade cosmetics industry and is used in eye dryness syndrome.