Copper Peptide

  • Natural Copper Peptide Serum Booster

    Copper Peptide Regenerating Serum Booster

    Copper Peptide helps your skin stay young looking and retain its natural beauty by improving your facial appearance and diminishing the look of wrinkles, including crow's feet.

  • Blue GHK Copper Peptide Powder

    GHK Copper Peptide

    GHK Copper Peptide is a naturally occurring blue powder peptide that increases cell turnover and regenerates mature complexions. It's an excellent choice for improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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If you have mature skin or are over 50, copper is one ingredient that is a must in your repertoire. It rejuvenates mature complexions and helps new fresh skin cells emerge.

Although discovered thirty years ago, they are not the latest development in anti-aging products; their persistence in the market shows that they are effective.

What is Copper Peptide?

It is an essential trace mineral. Copper is one of the elements that our bodies need to be healthy to function correctly. Found most abundantly in our blood, it helps oxygen synthesize red blood cells.

What are the Benefits of Copper Peptide?

GHK Copper peptides are combined with several kinds of proteins. The added benefit of GHK is that it

  • improves skin rejuvenation
  • reduces the appearance of wrinkles
  • promotes collagen and elastin

It makes a fantastic regenerating serum when added to anti-aging products.

What is the Difference Between GHK Copper Peptide and Copper Peptide?

GHK is a tripeptide consisting of glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine. GHK works by regenerating the skin. It is also the preferred version for any hair tonic.

Copper Peptide and Hyaluronic Acid Serum

Who Discovered Copper for Skincare?

A chemist found that infused mature, dying cells with blood plasma from young, healthy cells. The result? Your complexion could regenerate mature cells to a healthier state.

Studies showed that copper peptide in the blood was the reason behind this seemingly miraculous finding. But unfortunately, this little miracle ingredient was packaged for cosmetics.

Just as the copper peptide restored the mature cells in the test, they can restore a youthful appearance. This is because copper has two essential components. First, proteins are the building blocks of just about every structure in our bodies.

Our hair, nails, muscles, and skin are fed by proteins. It is one of the essential nutrients our bodies need for stable structures. In addition, it is necessary to produce collagen in our bodies.

Why Should I Use Copper Peptide?

These two aspects of this substance can fill and improve fine lines, wrinkles, and even the entire complexion. In addition, if used from early adulthood, a copper peptide can help prevent some signs of aging from forming prematurely.

Copper signals the skin to produce more hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a gel substance surrounding joints that supplies collagen with rich vitamins and nutrients. Hyaluronic acid is one of the skin's best natural moisturizers.

Combined with collagen, it increases the elasticity and flexibility of individual cells and trains them to retain their moisture, leading to plump, young-looking faces. Conversely, when cells are not adequately hydrated, they can look depleted and sunken.

When they have proper hydration, the skin appears fuller and less wrinkled. It's also a carrier peptide. This means that it helps to facilitate the delivery of trace minerals. These elements support collagen synthesis. Magnesium is another commonly-used carrier peptide.

As an added benefit, a copper peptide is a natural antioxidant. It fights against the effects of free radicals, which are the underlying causes of many of the most troublesome aging signs. By scavenging for free radicals, peptides neutralize the harmful effects, diminishing the signs of aging.