Archive: Aug 2015

Do I need Hyaluronic Acid?


Posted on August 31st, 2015, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


In short, yes. As it is a part of your cellular structure, you already have it. As a naturally occurring substance in our bodies that vastly represented in skin cells, Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is integral to three functions: bind, support, protect, and insulate. From birth our bodies naturally produce this substance to help our skin cells, […]



Hyaluronic Acid in our Skin


Posted on August 24th, 2015, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


Scalp tissue Structurally the scalp is identical to the skin tissue located throughout the body, but unlike other skin tissue has 100,000 hair follicles that give rise to hair. There are two distinctive skin layers, one, the epidermis (outer layer)and  the dermal layer (deep layer) which makes up the bulk of the skin. The dermal […]



Hyaluronic Acid in Joints, Bones, and Connective Tissues


Posted on August 17th, 2015, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


Hyaluronic acid (HA)  is found naturally in most every cell in the body and occurs in high concentrations in specific body locations. In each body location, it serves a different function. HA has a half-life of less than 3 days (the time a molecule takes to break down and be excreted), and possibly even as […]



Potential Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid


Posted on August 10th, 2015, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


How Hyaluronic Acid works Hyaluronic Acid (HA) works by acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues. In addition, it might affect the way the body responds to injury. Types of Treatment, and Potential Effectiveness HA can be used to help treat various joint disorders, including osteoarthritis. HA might be effective for stiffness […]



What is Hyaluronic Acid?


Posted on August 3rd, 2015, by Bell International Laboratories in Blog Post


Hyaluronic acid isn’t a foreign substance to our bodies. In fact, it’s  naturally present in the human body, and its highest concentrations are found in fluids in the eyes and joints. Medicinal hyaluronic acid is either extracted from rooster combs or made by bacteria in the laboratory. Hyaluronic Acid (HA), also known as hyaluronan or […]