Uso de la vitamina C en medicina estética. Revision sistematica

Víctor García-Guevara

Resumen


El ácido ascórbico es uno de las antioxidantes más importantes a nivel extracelular, es una vitamina esencial y un importante agente antioxidante hidrosoluble, que se sintetiza químicamente a partir de la glucosa, mediante una serie de reacciones enzimáticas. El ácido ascórbico funciona como cofactor en varias reacciones de hidroxilación y amidación; asi como en la conversión de residuos de prolina y lisina del procolágeno a hidroxiprolina e hidroxilisina durante la síntesis del colágeno; igualmente participa en la oxidación de las cadenas laterales de la lisina para la formación de carnitina, en la conversión del Acido fólico a Acido folínico a nivel del metabolismo tisular de las drogas, así como en la hidroxilación de la dopamina para formar noradrenalina. A nivel dérmico ha tenido mucha aceptación en cuanto a su uso como elemento activo en sesiones de intradérmicas locales por su papel esencial en el tejido conjuntivo. Esta revisión demuestra que su uso en medicina estética puede ser un aliado importante en las terapéuticas antienvejecimiento

Palabras clave


Vitamina C; Colágeno; Hidroxilacion; piel

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