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Should I Use Peptides On My Skin?

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Science has proven that peptides can help manage wrinkles in your skin and reverse the signs of aging. So how do peptides in skin care products make your skin look younger?

Did you know that our skin is comprised mostly of collagen? Collagen is a protein comprised of long segments of amino acids arranged like a chain.

  • Collagen provides a foundation and thickness of skin
  • Women under 30 have ample collagen, which results in smooth, tight skin
  • The rest of us have less collagen –  skin tends to be thinner, revealing more wrinkles

When collagen breaks down, short segments of amino acids are formed. These are the tiny proteins and active molecules known as peptides. Peptides in skin care can provide significant anti-aging benefits.

Peptides consist of chains of amino acids linked to each other by amide bonds, also known as peptide bonds.

What Is the Difference Between a Peptide and a Protein?

 

One important protein in our skin is collagen. Collagen gives our skin its thickness and suppleness. When collagen breaks down in the skin (from age and environmental factors like the sun and stress), wrinkles form. Peptides applied topically to the skin can send a signal to collagen to prompt the formation of new collagen, you have the appearance of more youthful, supple skin.
“I do see a huge difference in my skin when I use peptides!” Say Anis the founder of I’m Fabulous Cosmetics and a medical licensed esthetician with 20 years of experience.

I use the Super Peptide Serum on my all face 3 times a week along with the Super Peptide Eye Serum every night at bedtime.

 

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