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Copper Peptide

$11.99
Skin Concern:
Age-Defying
Skin Type:
All skin types
Size:
2ml

Copper peptide promotes and supports the synthesis of collagen. Mix it into your favorite base cream or water-based formula.  Use sparingly, use of copper peptides in higher concentrations does not support skin health.  Skin Actives Copper Peptide Solution contains 0.1% copper peptide which provides you with the exact amount to mix it into one of our 4 oz jars making it easy to make your own custom copper peptide formulation.

Copper peptide promotes and supports the synthesis of collagen. Mix it into your favorite base cream or water-based formula.  Use sparingly, use of copper peptides in higher concentrations does not support skin health.  Skin Actives Copper Peptide Solution contains 0.1% copper peptide which provides you with the exact amount to mix it into one of our 4 oz jars making it easy to make your own custom copper peptide formulation.

How to use it

Beginner: Add 1 tube to 4 oz of your favorite base cream or water-based formula.

Advanced: This ingredient is recommended for use at about 2% in formulations. Add during the cool down phase of formulations for the best results.

Quick Tips

Copper peptide should not be used at high concentrations. Store product in fridge. Do not freeze.

Product Life

12 Months

Ingredients

Products with this ingredient:
Restoration Cream

INCI:
0.1% Copper Peptide Solution Contains Water, Glycerin, Copper Tripeptide-1, Propylene Glycol (and) Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Methylparaben (and) Propylparaben.

Research

Maquart, Francois Xavier; Pickart, Loren; Laurent, Maryvonne; Gillery, Philippe; Monboisse, Jean Claude; Borel, Jacques Paul. (1988) Stimulation of collagen synthesis in fibroblast cultures by the tripeptide-copper complex glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine-copper(2+). FEBS Lett. 238:343-6.

Wegrowski, Y, Maquart, FX; Borel, JP (1992) Stimulation of sulfated glycosaminoglycan synthesis by the tripeptide-copper complex glycyl-L-histidyl—Lysine-Cu2+ Life Sciences, 51 : 1049-1056

Bishop, JB; Phillips, LG; Mustoe, TA; VanderZee, AJ; Wiersema, L; Roach, DE; Heggers, JP; Hill Jr, DP et al (1992). "A prospective randomized evaluator-blinded trial of two potential wound healing agents for the treatment of venous stasis ulcers". J Vasc Surg 16 (2): 251–257

Allen, G. (2001) Specific protein degradation by copper(II) ions. In: Probing of proteins by metal ions and their low molecular weight complexes. Book Series: Metal ions in Biological systems. Volume: 38, pp. 197-212

DISCLAIMERS
For Topical Use Only, Not Intended for Consumption.

Claims on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.