Researchers Develop Nanotechnology for Eliminating Usage of Anti-Wrinkle Injections
Researchers from Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan City, Israel recently developed an innovative nanotechnology that enables tiny molecules of the anti-aging hyaluronic acid polymer for application as cream, thereby eliminating the need for injections. A research team from the University’s Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials developed a nanotechnology for characterization and micronization of the hyaluronic acid. The study of properties and structure of materials has enabled the development of anti-wrinkle products, especially drugs, which can be supplied through a patient’s skin, by eliminating the need for injections, potions and pills.
On the basis of this innovative development, Hava Zingboim, cosmeceuticals pioneer of Israel, has produced first-ever formula for allowing hyaluronic acid for penetrating in the deeper skin layers by using a cream. Once the particles reach nano size, hyaluronic acid molecules is transferred in the formula that allows them in remaining nano-sized all through the procedure. Researchers have revealed that hyaluronic acid is an effective anti-oxidant trapping free radicals that are developed in the skin during the inflammatory procedures and during exposure to the UV rays as well. This in turn makes hyaluronic acid a vital anti-aging agent.
Hyaluronic acid is expected to gain significant traction in the anti-wrinkle products market with substantially increasing wrinkle smoothening needs. According to the researchers and other sources from the university, this is the only technology across the world that is capable of developing small molecules, which remain nano-sized even when applied on skin.
Note: The result of micronized hyaluronic acid applied to skin is witnessed as being identical to the effect attained while injecting hyaluronic acid in the skin, along with benefits of improved skin texture as well as younger look.
Antioxidants in Mushroom to Fight Anti-Aging and Enhance Health
Study Researches at the Pennsylvania State University recently revealed that mushrooms consist of unusually higher amounts of antioxidants such as glutathione and ergothioneine, which is recognized as a product for fighting against anti-aging and help bolster health. Mushrooms hold highest dietary source for protecting against oxidative stress. Glutathione and ergothioneine helps in neutralizing effects of free radicals as well as lowers severe health risks. Countries such as Italy and France integrate ergothioneine in their diets on a regular basis, owing to which they have lower incidences of the neurodegenerative diseases.
A recent study by Future Market Insights on anti-wrinkle products market indicates, with increasing research activities and product innovations and surging demand for anti-aging creams, anti-wrinkle products market is likely to witness growth and development at a rapid pace. In addition, growing preference for multi-functionality products is expected to gain momentum in the global market in the forthcoming years.
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