Maximum moisture through hyaluron in different molecular sizes
They consist of long-chain molecules, which, however, cannot overcome the skin barrier. After evaporation, an air-permeable film forms, which smoothes the skin and keeps it moist. In contrast, low-molecular (also "short-chain" or "fragmented") hyaluronic acid can penetrate deeper into the skin for a long-term effect. In the long term, it promotes the storage of water in the connective tissue. The skin becomes firmer and visibly "unfolded" through internal padding. It is the combination with the high molecular weight variant that does it: double is definitely better with hyaluronic acid!