HYALURONIC ACID WITH WHITENING EFFECT
This exclusive type of hyaluronic acid consists of two components. Due to its low molecular weight, the actual hyaluronic acid penetrates deep into the skin, strengthening it from deep down and keeping it plump, soft and supple.
However, its particular task is to protect the second component, a linolenic acid, from decaying and transport it to the melanocytes. There, the linoleic acid prevents the overactivity of the tyrosinase, the key enzyme in the development of melanin. At the same time, proteasome is stimulated to break down the tyrosinase.
UV light causes an increase in the production of the enzyme tyrosinase, which plays a key role in the synthesis of melanin.
First, the amino acid tyrosine is oxidised into the amino acid L-Dopa. This L-Dopa oxidises again, forming dopaquinone, a precursor, which eventually results in melanin due to the influence of other enzymes.
The oxidative processes necessary for the development of pigmentation cannot occur without the activity of tyrosinase. Existing pigmentation is visibly softened, future development prevented.