Beneficios y mecanismo de acción del ácido hialurónico sobre la piel envejecida

Víctor Garcia, Blanca Miller

Resumen


Los avances en el conocimiento de los mecanismos bioquímicos asociados con el envejecimiento han llevado al desarrollo de diferentes enfoques para reducir y reparar sus efectos, en particular mediante el uso de procedimientos mínimamente invasivos. El uso de materiales con alta biocompatibilidad y biodegradables ha permitido el poder abordar diferentes signos de envejecimiento cutáneo, como surcos, arrugas, atrofia labial y pérdida de la textura superficial de la piel, así como la restauración de la turgencia, elasticidad e hidratación de la piel. Una de tales sustancias está representada por el ácido hialurónico, que desempeña un papel determinante en la hidratación del espacio extracelular debido a su capacidad para atraer a las moléculas de agua, y además, crea las condiciones fisiológicas en la matriz extracelular para la proliferación, la migración y organización de las células dérmicas.


Palabras clave


Ácido Hialuronico; envejecimiento facial; hidratación de la piel; matriz extracelular

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