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How are mucopolysaccharides used to treat skin?

Ben Kaminsky
Dermatology
Mucopolysaccharides, a large class of ingredients known as glycosaminoglycans, are excellent moisturizing ingredients because of their water-binding capacity. Mucopolysaccharides include hyaluronic acid, naturally found in skin tissue.
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