Nanotechnology is the fantastic breakthrough of science and is applied on many fields.

Let’s take a look at its progress over years!


First steps

On the 29 December 1959 annual meeting of American Physical Society,  Nobel prize-winner American physicist  Richard P. Feynmann held a presentation on the building program of miniaturization and his speech started an avalanche. Due to the re-thinking of scholars our century’s biology has changed entirely. The biology of 21st century is closer to the physics, chemistry and informatics of 20th century. This field of science has had a revolutionary impact on our economic and social life, and also on cell and molecular biology. Technology has opened the gates of miniature objects’ world, promising breakthroughs on many fields like electronics, health service, medicine industry, energy, information technology or national defence. 


Nanotechnology and “traditional” technology

There are two basic types of traditional technology. One of them is “destructive”, originating from prehistoric times, and refers to the production of stone implements. The other type is the “building” one. Actually it is the opposite of destructive technology, which makes the building on atom level possible.
Nanotechnology  includes any technology, production and application of physical, chemical and biological system, which is accomplished on nano scale and its size is comparable to that of an atom or molecule.
W. Ostwald has defined the size range of colloids between 1-500 nm. After many decades modern material/substance tester methods proved that the correct size range is between 1-100 nm, and it has new physical-chemical features.
The real breakthrough was not resulted by the miniature sizes, but the controlled/guided building which allows the creation of smaller and stronger constructions.
Nanotechnology is referred to as the  science of 21st century  . However, if we think about it, this statement is not entirely true. It has existed in prehistoric times as well, and we can find the ‘building technology’ in nature (by the Sun’s energy the flower blooms on a plant, which becomes fruit later). Also, living organisms are also based on nanotechnology being organized by the self-organization of nucleic acids and proteins.

Ribosomes are the biggest molecular units, whose functioning is controlled by RNA molecules. Also, the human body also consists of atoms, which get changed on order cyclically. Its molecular-level coding is contained by the DNA.
However, because of aging an error can appear in the order, and it must be corrected.
Researchers work on nano robots that could enter the boy and correct these errors atom by atom. However, there are also methods that enter the body to a target area. eg toothpaste enriched with the tooth’s materials, which rebuilds the teeth with nano-apatit and protein balls, but nano-capsules are also known that reach to the appropriate place and display their effect there.

Nano particles in the human body

It is important to consider that the tiny agile nanoparticles can enter through inhalation and the digestive system through nano gaps and membranes, into nucleus and blood circulation. That’s why it is important that they must get to the targeted area.
While absorbing through the skin, a small amount enters the body. 


The  nanotechnology of Hyamatrix  has preserved the building method. After entering the skin, the nanomolecules of hyaluronic acid regain their original size after a few hours due to the matrix peptides, therefore they get stuck in the extracellular substance.
For the effective treatment the preparation of cuticle is crucial, by which its strong bonds/ties must be loosened. If the preparation is skipped, the barrier function does not allow the absorbed nanomaterial to reach to deeper layers. The hyaluronic acid must be in the dermis in order to display its effect. 
Lavender Centrum /Medical&Beauty&Manicure/ Medical Cosmetology