Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to hyaluronic acid or its derivatives

Etymologies

From hyaloid +‎ uronic. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Macrolane, a preparation of a naturally occurring chemical in the body called hyaluronic acid, which is injected directly into breasts.

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  • (formerly known as hyaluronic acid) is a negatively charged glycosaminoglycan (GAG) -- more simply put, a sugar chain -- that arranges itself in complicated coils, adapting to the pressure changes in the joint capsule as the horse moves.

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  • Furthermore, the correlations of SWV with biochemical markers such as hyaluronic acid or albumin were presented.

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  • Many new-generation retinol products blend retinol with other ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, to counteract dryness or irritation and confer other benefits.

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  • Their commitment, according to Meehan, is to source all the leading skincare essentials naturally - such as hyaluronic acid, CoQ10, peptides and antioxidants - so the body can recognize them.

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  • In contrast to biodegradable fillers such as hyaluronic and lactic acids, botox may only be injected by an expert.

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  • Try and steer clear of rich formulations that can congest the skin and pick lighter hydrators such as hyaluronic acid. '

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  • Last year, Uemura launched a skincare range, Phyto-Black Lift, using ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and glycoaminoglycan, to help firm and moisturise the skin.

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  • Hyaluronic Acid (Cosmetics manufacturers: "hyaluronic" is not a noun!)

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  • Filler substances, such as hyaluronic acid Juvederm or Restylane, medical grade silicone and one's transplanted fat are just a few of the options available to plump the lips.

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