First the Bad News
Acid in wine, such as tartaric, malic, lactic, citric, acetic, and succinic acids all contribute to a wine’s final body and flavor, it’s one of the key components of a wine. Although there are plenty of studies proving wine (especially red wine) is good for you, however for your teeth – well, there’s no getting around it, the acid in wine hates them.
That acid, unfortunately, likes to eat away at enamel, a calcified, mineral-rich substance that basically forms a thin shell covering the teeth. Despite the fact that enamel is actually “the hardest tissue in the human body,” it’s still susceptible to erosion.
Good News – Actually Great News
Hyaluronic Acid (Sodium Hyaluronate) is a natural product of the bio-fermentation of yeast with glucose and inorganic salts. Recognised as the most effective moisturiser ever discovered. In connective tissues Hyaluronic Acid fills the space between, collagen and elastin bundles, and the cells, and is responsible for the visco-elastic characteristics
of the tissues, especially in the skin.
Hyaluronic Acid is such an excellent water reservoir, and ideal lubricant, that when it is incorporated into cosmetics, it leads to a perceptible, and visible improvement in skin condition … the corner stone of every anti-aging product and all mature/dry skin treatments.