For more than 30 years, clinical studies around the world have shown that hyaluronic acid can provide strong osteoarthritis pain relief that lasts significantly longer than oral pain medications or steroid injections, with fewer risks or side effects.1-8

But hyaluronic acid does more: It restores the lubrication and shock-absorbing qualities of the fluid surrounding your joint. This lubrication lessens knee stiffness, improves knee mobility, and helps protect your knee from daily wear-and-tear damage that can lead to surgery sooner rather than later.11

Safe, natural pain relief and more: Choosing hyaluronic acid may help you delay the need for knee replacement surgery.11

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What Is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid, also referred to as hyaluronan or hyaluronate, is a molecule found naturally throughout the human body. You might recognize hyaluronic acid as an ingredient in some skin care products. Hyaluronic acid helps cells retain moisture, making your skin appear healthy and hydrated. Hyaluronic acid also is an important component of synovial fluid, a thick substance that lubricates your healthy joints.

Synovial fluid enables joints to move easily and freely while also absorbing the shock in the joint that occurs during activity. This fluid protects bones and other joint tissues from injury and disease.

How Hyaluronic Acid Treatments Work