Understanding hyaluronic acid cross-linked
Human skin contains a large amount of hyaluronic acid, which is used to improve skin nutrition metabolism and make the skin soft, smooth, and elastic.
However, as we age, the content of hyaluronic acid in the skin will gradually decrease, leading to skin wrinkles and atrophy. At this time, hyaluronic acid needs to be injected to fill and improve the beauty. When hyaluronic acid extracted from nature is injected into the human body, it degrades very quickly and is completely degraded within about 24 hours.
When the hyaluronic acid cross-linked is injected into the skin, it prolongs the degradation time effectively. The degradation time is related to cross-linking rate. Therefore, cross-linking modification of hyaluronic acid to prolong its degradation time in the body has important practical significance.
How is Tri Aqua hyaluronic acid cross-linked?
- The cross-linking technique connects some functional groups of hyaluronic acid molecules with certain chemical substances through chemical conjugation reactions to obtain a polymer gel with a three-dimensional conformation. TRI AQUA is a cross-linked polymer acquired by cross-linking sodium hyaluronate technology. It has a dense network structure.
- The cross-linking reaction causes the macromolecule sodium hyaluronate to be highly aggregated and folded locally, which can combine with more water molecules to achieve film formation, hydration, and protection on the skin surface, it has multiple functions such as scavenging free radicals, long-lasting skin moisturizing.
- The hyaluronic acid cross-linked not only increases the relative molecular weight but also increases the volume, thereby forming a network structure. At the same time, it retains the original physical and chemical properties of sodium hyaluronate and has low toxicity and biocompatibility. Nice resistance to hyaluronidase degradation.
- While retaining high biocompatibility, it can achieve better results. The physical and chemical properties, mechanical strength, and resistance to enzymatic degradation extend the excellent performance of hyaluronic acid materials to the mid-to-long-term level, expanding application effects and fields.
- Tri Aqua dermal filler achieves cross-linking differentiation through self-developed exclusive patented technology and builds competitive advantages with a high cross-linking degree and low allergy.
- Tri Aqua adopts a very small amount of cross-linking agent to produce hyaluronic acid cross-linked gels which have a dense texture, different viscoelasticity, cohesion, mechanical strength, in vitro decomposability, and in vivo metabolism rate.
- Our technology can make it 35% more cross-linked than other hyaluronic acid injections of the same volume. Bonding, support strength, and maintenance time have obvious advantages.