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SKIN CARE


BP—Triluronic Acid can stimulate production of Hyaluronate Receptor protein in skin cells. This is the first time it has been shown that a complex of HA polysaccharides has such an impact on the skin’s primary lipid barrier and tight junction protein functions. For these effects to be able to take place topically, it would likely be the lower molecular weight components of the BP—Triluronic Acid that can effectively penetrate to the viable epidermis (Fig 3). The higher molecular weight components would remain at the surface of the skin’s stratum corneum and more reasonably provide the well-known water binding/hydration benefit of HA. In conclusion, BP—Triluronic Acid offers multifaceted, multifunctional benefits to the skin through its diverse range of molecular weight fractions.


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