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The difference between Peptides and Proteins?

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Both proteins and peptides are made up of amino acids, but peptides contain far fewer amino acids than proteins. Like proteins, peptides are naturally present in foods.

The most popular peptides include collagen peptides for anti-aging and skin health. Peptides are short strings of amino acids, typically comprising 2–50 amino acids. Amino acids are also the building blocks of proteins, but proteins contain more. Collagen peptides, which benefit skin health and reverse the effects of aging.

Collagen is a protein in the skin, hair, and nails. Collagen peptides are broken down collagen proteins that the body can absorb more easily. Taking collagen peptides may improve skin health and slow the aging process. Peptides may stimulate the production of melanin, a skin pigment, which may improve the skin’s protection against sun damage.

Skin products that contain collagen peptides can treat skin wrinkles. Other research indicates that these supplements may also improve skin elasticity and hydration, reduce wrinkles, help skin firming, and increase blood flow and may facilitate faster-wound healing.

Can peptides penetrate the skin?

While collagen molecules are too large to penetrate the skin, peptides are small enough to penetrate the skin, and when applied topically, they signal the skin to repair itself.

Are peptides or retinol better?

Retinoids are more potent, but over-the-counter retinoids penetrate the skin better. At least one study shows that prescription tretinoin is 20 times stronger than over-the-counter retinol, which in turn is another 20 times stronger than retinyl palmitate (Clinics in Dermatology, 2001). The best is to alternate a cream or serum with Retinol and cream or serum loaded with peptides.

Can you use peptides and hyaluronic acid together?

Peptides are not recommended to be used simultaneously with AHA-acids – (acidic pH is undesirable for peptides), and peeling should be done prior to using peptides. With the help of a face serum with peptidesyou can increase the effectiveness of products with niacinamide, various moisturizing ingredients, vitamin C.

Using both copper peptides and Vitamin C can be a great way to protect and rejuvenate the skin; however, it is important to use them correctly as the copper peptides can cause the Vitamin C to become inactive. … Apply a copper peptide serum, or moisturizer, by gently patting it onto the skin.

High Tech Copper Peptide Serum

I’m Fabulous High Tech Copper Peptide Serum 10% helps to smooth and repair fine lines and wrinkles by increasing collagen production and skins elasticity.

Eliminates oils from skin, reducing breakouts. After you have added the active concentrate and the serum your final serum will look light blue.

  • Regain Elasticity
  • Vibrant Radiant Skin
  • Firm Skin
  • Smooth Wrinkles
  • Healthy Youthful Glow

The massively talked about active ingredient Syn-ake® works like Botox, by inhibiting the release of neurotransmitters which cause facial muscle tension (fine lines & wrinkles). With the muscle contraction inhibited, fine lines and wrinkles are visibly reduced. So a bit like the action of Botox – without the needles and pain. Syn-ake® is scientifically and clinically proven to reduce wrinkle depth and quickly! Add to this the other wrinkle busting ingredients and you can declare war on your wrinkles and frown lines.

I’m Fabulous Cosmetics Super peptide eye serum is lightweight, effective, efficient, unique. Peptides in this unique suspension stimulate collagen 1, collagen 111, and elastin fibroblasts. This stimulation supports the healing and repair response in the skin, increases skin thickness, refines the appearance of wrinkles, evens skin tone and texture, and restores elasticity and firmness to the skin. Hyaluronic Acid, periwinkle, licorice, and MSM ensure that deep penetration below the upper dermal layers transforms crepe paper skin into healthy, resilient, and firm skin around your eyes. For more details.

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