L'acido Ialuronico per il tuo benessere

L’acido ialuronico è  presente in modo naturale nel nostro corpo sia nella pelle, nelle cartilagini, negli occhi, nei tendini e infine nel liquido sinoviale. E’ un prezioso componente della pelle, che gli conferisce idratazione, elasticità e tonicità.

L’acido ialuronico che è naturalmente presente nel nostro corpo tende a diminuire con l’età.

Diventa quindi indispensabile una reintegrazione mirata di Acido Ialuronico HyaluWell Plus® per agevolare il ripristino delle funzionalità perdute e prevenire numerose patologie.



Hyaluronic acid  it is one of the fundamental components of fabrics. It gives the skin and fabrics those properties of resistance and shape retention. A lack of it causes their weakening by promoting, for example, the formation of wrinkles and imperfections on the skin. Its concentration in the tissues of the body tends to decrease with age, until it almost disappears.



When we hear about hyaluronic acid we often think of scientists and laboratories, but in reality hyaluronic acid is a natural element that has been present in our body from birth. It is an anionic glycosaminoglycan distributed in connective, epithelial and neural tissues. Hyaluronic acid is synthesized from a type of protein called hyaluronan-synthase, which form it by alternately binding the two sugars that form the basic disaccharide. Hyaluronic acid is a key component in joint cartilage, where it forms aggregates in the presence of binding proteins. These aggregates tend to absorb water and are very important for cartilage compression and skin elasticity. Okay, now that we’ve seen what it is, let’s see why it’s so important. Where exactly is it and what are the functions of hyaluronic acid.


Hyaluronic acid is found:

  • in the cartilage;

  • in the tendons;

  • in the skin;

  • in the vitreous humor of the eye;

  • in the synovial fluid;

  • in the umbilical cord;

  • in the walls of the aorta.

In particular, hyaluronic acid is a fundamental component of the extracellular matrix. The extracellular matrix represents more than 20% of the body mass. It performs very important and various functions, such as supporting cells and their anchoring, has a role in the functioning of cell receptors and performs important functions of cellular transmission.
The main function of hyaluronic acid is to maintain the degree of hydration, plasticity and viscosity of the connective tissues. The particular rheological and viscoelastic qualities of hyaluronic acid therefore make it essential in the joints. It is in fact responsible for the viscosity and lubricating properties of the synovial fluid.
Hyaluronic acid is extremely important for maintaining hydrated and supple skin. In fact, let’s not forget that hyaluronic acid has a great hydration capacity. It helps to stimulate fibroblastic proliferation and therefore the production of new collagen. It is essential in the repair processes of damaged tissues and in the prevention of inflammation.
Hyaluronic acid is present in the vitreous humor of the eye. It is a gelatinous mass that almost completely fills the eyeball. Thanks to its consistency it has a support and protection function. Precisely for this reason, hyaluronic acid is important for keeping the eyes healthy.
Hyaluronic acid also has an important function in the immune system. In fact, it promotes the activity of white blood cells which destroy harmful microorganisms. It has a blocking effect that helps reduce bacterial infections.


When we talk about hyaluronic acid we are referring to one of the most studied substances in the medical field.
The first fields of research and use of hyaluronic acid were ophthalmic and orthopedic. In the case of eye surgery, retinal detachment, cataracts, the use of hyaluronic acid has proved essential. Obviously, in the orthopedic field, research immediately turned to hyaluronic acid to treat the joints affected by arthritis. In fact, in the case of rheumatoid arthritis, there is a decrease in hyaluronic acid within the synovial fluid. Viscosupplementation is one of the most common therapies in case of osteoarthritis. It is an intra-articular therapy with hyaluronic acid that affects the blood system and sublingual HyaluWell PLUS® supports this therapy through the lymphatic system. Thanks to this combination, better therapeutic results are easily achieved. Hyaluronic acid is useful in the gynecological field, as an adjuvant in the treatment of dysfunctions of the pelvic floor and urogynecological disorders. As for the hair, hyaluronic acid is really useful for nourishing dry and damaged hair making it smooth and shiny. effective for relieving itchy scalp prone to dandruff, psoriasis or eczema.

In recent years, hyaluronic acid has also been successfully used in aesthetic medicine (fillers), in dentistry (it forms a protective film on mucous membranes and gums, helping to hydrate the surface layers) and in otological surgery (repair of perforations of the tympanic membrane). . The latest uses of hyaluronic acid in the field of tissue engineering are also interesting, where it is used to treat particularly severe burns.


The hyaluronic acid present in our body is continuously eliminated and replaced every day. It decreases significantly with age. Over the years, the molecular weight of hyaluronic acid also decreases. We have seen how important the molecular weight of this acid is for its rheological properties and how fundamental this element is for the organism. A targeted reintegration of Hya l uWe ll Pl us® Hyaluronic Acid is therefore essential to facilitate the restoration of lost functions and prevent numerous pathologies.

Hyaluronic Acid Histogram


Decrease in hyaluronic acid with age

Integration of Hyaluronic Acid


Hyaluronic acid naturally decreases as we age

Attention, the web CANNOT replace the doctor – patient relationship.

In particular, the information contained on this page and on the site are for informational purposes only, they can never constitute the formulation of a diagnosis or the prescription of a treatment of any kind. 
You should always seek the advice of your doctor or rely on specialists for any treatment. If you have any doubts about the use of drugs or supplements, you should contact your doctor or seek the advice of a specialist.