- Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel IntroductionOur pure Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel is a transformative innovation at the forefront of versatile applications in pharmaceuticals, veterinary care, orthopedics, and cosmetic surgery. It is only provided in bulk quantity (MOQ: 10kg) and is mainly used to produce dermal filler.Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel Features
Our Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel stands as a testament to purity and ethical sourcing. Derived exclusively from fermentation, it is completely devoid of animal sources, making it non-GMO and Vegan-friendly. Our range includes high, middle, low, ultra-low, and customized molecular weight hyaluronic acid powder, offering versatile options suited for various applications.
Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel Manufacturing
Process Steps Advantages Microorganism cultivation – High yield compared to extraction
from animal sources
– Consistent quality and purity
– Customizable molecular weights
for various applications
– Reduced risk of contamination
– Environmentally friendly production
Fermentation under controlled conditions
(temperature, pH, oxygen levels)
Isolation and purification of HA from
the fermentation broth
Post-processing (drying, milling) for powder
Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel Specification
mono-phase cross-linked HA (Juvederm™ Type)
Material: mono-phase cross-linked HA gel with lidocaine (concentration: 20 mg/ml).
1 ml syringe package
CE certificate: Pending approval
bi-phase cross-linked HA (Restylane™ Type)
Material: bi-phase cross-linked gel (concentration: 20 mg/ml).
1 ml syringe package
EU CE certificate; CFDA approved
We also provide the final product in syringe form, and the volume is all 1mL (20mg: 1mL). The MOQ is 200pc. Currently, the syringe form is only provided for Europe and Asia countries.
Cross-linked Hyaluronic Acid Gel Applications
- Drug Carrier: Its biocompatibility and capacity to retain substances make it an effective medium for delivering drugs, facilitating controlled release, and targeted delivery.
- Equine Applications: Often utilized in veterinary medicine, it aids in addressing joint issues or injuries in horses, providing lubrication and support.
- Joint Dysfunctions: Known for its lubricating properties, it’s employed in orthopedics to alleviate joint dysfunctions and offer relief in conditions like osteoarthritis.
- Plastic Surgery: In cosmetic procedures, it’s used for dermal fillers and facial rejuvenation, augmenting volume and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
See: SDS Files