How It Works
Zestica™ Moisture replenishes the Hyaluronic Acid balance and much needed water to provide immediate relief and comfort.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a naturally occurring key component of vaginal fluid the body uses as a natural carrier of water to retain moisture.
5 consecutive days of use results in an accumulative affect that can last for days beyond last use.
Zestica™ Moisture is specially formulated utilizing two different lengths of HA molecules:
Shorter molecules of HA release water immediately for instant relief
Longer HA molecules gradually break down to deliver a second wave of moisture
It is a very light formulation designed to make you feel “natural” and comfortable again.
Zestica™ Moisture is clear, odourless, non-sticky and easy to use. Designed to work in harmony with your body.
The Science of HA
Zestica™ Moisture contains the natural ingredient Hyaluronic Acid (HA) with a combination of different molecular weights to sustain its stability in the vaginal environment.
HA is a super-water absorbent with natural moisturisation functionality which makes it a fantastic lubricant with a well proven safety profile.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a Natural Substance
HA is a natural, high molecular weight polysaccharide (Figure). Its chemical structure is uniform throughout nature, across vertebrates and invertebrates, making it highly biocompatible and non-immunogenic. Ubiquitous HA is present in many tissues (epithelial, connective, neural) and fluids (vaginal, cervical, synovial, aqueous humour), and exhibits unusual physico-chemical characteristics because of its random coil structure, large size, and strong affinity for water. HA’s hydrophilic nature and unique rheological properties allow it to form solutions of high viscosity and elasticity that provide protective, space-filling, shock-absorbing, lubricating and moisturizing functions (maintenance of water balance). The macromolecule serves as a substrate for assembly and stabilization of proteoglycans; promotes cell movement; regulates cell function, differentiation, and development; scavenges free radicals; and participates in wound healing.