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GHK Copper Peptide Powder
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GHK Copper Peptide

Rebuild Younger-Looking Skin with GHK Copper Peptides!
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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Manufacturer: Skin Perfection

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GHK-Cu, The Next-Level of Copper Peptide

Tripeptide-1 Regenerates Mature Skin

Back in stock! GHK-Cu peptide is super popular and very hard to find! One gram of pure GHK powder! Our GHK Copper Peptide is a blue powder.

It contains no water, glycerin, alcohol, preservatives, or other chemical fillers. Please note that you only need to use a small amount of powder in your formulations.

GHK-Cu, tripeptide-1, is made up of three essential amino acids (glycyl-histidyl-lysine). Dr. Loren Pickart discovered Copper Peptide's significant regenerating benefits in the 1970s.

Dr. Pickart noted in his scientific studies that GHK-Cu addressed the sign of aging that begin to occur in our 20s.

Where Does GHK Copper Peptide Come From?

GHK is a naturally occurring peptide that is isolated from plasma.

Much like a regular copper peptide, it is known for promoting healthy skin. Plus, regenerating collagen substantially diminishes the effects of photoaging, expression lines, and wrinkles across your face, neck, and chest.

Not only can you use it on your face and body in skincare products, but you can add it to hair and nail products.

GHK is a copper-binding peptide that occurs naturally in the human body. It's known to help rebuild the dermis layers by increasing the skin's thickness. At age 20, our skin replenishes itself every three weeks.

By age 50, the regeneration process has slowed to every nine weeks. GHK supports the functioning of healthy skin cells by adding beneficial moisture.

Water-holding glycosaminoglycans (GAGS) and glycans nourish your skin. They keep it plump and hydrated for more extended periods.

It also reduces our complexion's breakdown due to elasticity loss, cross-linked collagen, and other age-related factors. These factors can often be the cause of why wrinkle formation begins. Healthy skin looks youthful.

Copper Peptide for Hair, Skin, and Nails

GHK copper peptide is a potent ingredient that is blue. It is highly sought after in cosmetics and hard to find. Dr. Oz has raved about this little miracle ingredient on his daytime TV show.

Add it to almost any lotion, cream, or serum. Or you can add it to your homemade formulas. It is also terrific in hair and nail formulas.

To address the signs of aging due to sun exposure and chronological aging on your face, order a bottle of GHK copper peptide today and find out just how useful it can boost your skincare regimen.Blue GHK Copper Peptide Powder

Targets:

Bonded GHK amino acid strands and copper ions are common and beneficial to the human body. For example, GHK copper peptide is the perfect ingredient to target fine lines and wrinkles, photo-aged skin, and even minor scar tissue.

The more you use this fantastic peptide, the more significant the improvement you'll notice on your skin.

  • Anti-aging
  • Anti-wrinkle
  • Sensitive skin
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • It supports a healthy skin barrier
  • Collagen and elastin promotion
  • Cellular regeneration

GHK is incredibly gentle, with very little chance of any sensitivity or reaction in even the most delicate skin. It is an alternative to Retin-A or other ingredients that can cause redness or irritate the face.

How to use

We recommend adding a 1% concentration of GHK copper peptide tripeptide-1 powder to your homemade skin, nail, or hair care recipe. This will give you a clinical strength product with 1% pure GHK. For a 1% concentration, add 1 gram to 100ml.

Clinical studies have shown that you only need a small amount of GHK-Cu to be effective. You can add it to your favorite existing lotion, serum, or cream.

Do not use Vitamin C. GHK Copper Peptide in any formulation that is not compatible with Vitamin C, including MAP (Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate) or Ascorbic Acid.

When you've finished, be sure to close the jar tightly and store it in a cool, dry place to keep it fresh. You can also put the container in a plastic bag; the tight seal will prevent oxidation from prolonging the shelf life. Then, next time you need to use some GHK copper peptide to boost a product, it will be just as effective as it was the first time.

Recommended usage rate: up to 1%

Size:
One gram of blue powder in a small jar. Wide mouth lid for easy dispensing.

Warnings:

Not for injection. For topical and external use only. You should avoid using GHK copper peptides in combination with vitamin C products. The two ingredients perform very similar tasks but also counteract each other's effectiveness.

Use your vitamin C cream, lotion, or serum in the morning for antioxidant protection. Then, use your GHK copper peptide product for its therapeutic abilities in the evening.

Beauty Powerhouse

If you want to purchase name-brand products that already contain GHK copper peptide, you could find yourself paying upwards of $200-300 for a single container of cream or serum.

Some designer brands and products that include GHK copper peptide in their active ingredients lists include but are most definitely not limited to:

  • Sunday Riley Bionic Anti-Aging Cream
  • Osmotics Cosmeceuticals Blue Copper 5 Firming Elasticity Repair Cream
  • Beautopia Copper Peptide Night Cream With Retinol

We believe effective anti-aging products shouldn't break the bank at Skin Perfection. So by adding GHK copper peptide to your favorite existing product, or better yet, adding it to a homemade recipe, you can save a lot of money and get better results, too.

Sample Recipes:

If you have lotions, creams, and serums lining your bathroom vanity, doing nothing for you, give them a boost with a few drops of GHK copper peptide; if you're not sure how, check out our video for how to add a serum booster to lotion, cream, or serum.

And you can get even more creative and have more fun when you make your own natural skincare products.

Instructions

Add the desired amount at the end of the formulation. For example, add 1 gram to 100 ml for a 1% concentration. The blue powder dissipates into the formula when blended. Always test a small amount to ensure the powder will dissolve in your recipe.

For beginners, it is suggested to dilute powder in distilled water and then add it to your product.

Here is a simple hair tonic formula using GHK Copper Peptide Powder.

1-ounce rose hydrosol
1-ounce witch hazel
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
1/8 teaspoon Copper Peptide Powder
10-15 drops of Essential Oils - if desired (we recommend rosemary, lavender, peppermint, chamomile)

Add the hydrosol, witch hazel, and apple cider vinegar to a glass vessel. Next, add the powders, and let the powder dissolve for 5 to 10 minutes. Next, add the essential oils if desired. Mix. Pour into a spray bottle using a funnel, then lid. Shake well before each use.

Variations: to help with thinning hair, add Myristoyl Peptapeptide-17 and Myristoyl Hexapeptide-16 at a 5% concentration.

An excellent ingredient to stimulate the scalp is Capsicum. However, avoid using this ingredient if you have a sensitive scalp. In addition, gloves are necessary when working with Capsicum.

Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum with GHK Copper Peptide Recipe

50 ml Hyaluronic Acid

.5 gram GHK Copper Peptide Powder

First, add the GHK powder to the Hyaluronic Acid in a glass bowl with a spout. Then, let the GHK powder dissolve for a few minutes. Next, blend with a homogenizer or hand blender. Then, pour it into an airless container and lid. 

Ingredients

INCI Name: Copper Tripeptide-1.

It can sometimes be written as GHK, GHK-Cu, (GHK)2Cu, Prezatide Copper Acetate, Tripeptide, Bis(Tripeptide-1) Copper Acetate, Copper Peptide, glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine-Cu2+, Gly-His-Lys.

Our GHK is third-party tested and guaranteed to be above 99% pure.

Download GHK-Cu Powder MSDS

We recommend adding a 1% concentration of GHK copper peptide tripeptide-1 powder to your homemade skin, hair, or nail care recipe. This will give you a clinical strength product with 1% of pure GHK. For a 1% concentration, add 1 gram to 100ml. 

Clinical studies have shown that you only need a small amount of GHK-Cu to be effective. You can add it to your favorite existing lotion, serum, or cream.

Do not use in any formulation with Vitamin C. GHK Copper Peptide is not compatible with Vitamin C, including MAP (magnesium ascorbyl phosphate) or Ascorbic Acid.

When you’ve finished, be sure to close the jar tightly and store it in a cool, dry place to keep fresh. You can also put the container in a plastic bag; the tight seal will prevent oxidation from prolonging the shelf life. Next time you need to use some GHK copper peptide to boost a product, it will be just as effective as it was the first time.

Recommended usage rate: up to 1%

Size:
One gram of blue powder in a small white jar for easy dispensing.

Warnings:

For topical, external use only. You should avoid using GHK copper peptide in combination with vitamin C products. The two ingredients perform very similar tasks but also counteract each other’s effectiveness.

Use your vitamin C cream, lotion, or serum in the morning for its antioxidant protection. Then use your GHK copper peptide product in the evening for its therapeutic abilities.

Also Found In:

If you want to purchase name-brand products that already contain GHK copper peptide, you could find yourself paying upwards of $200-300 for a single container of cream or serum. Some designer brands and products that include GHK copper peptide in their active ingredients lists include but are most definitely not limited to:

• Sunday Riley Bionic Anti-Aging Cream
• Osmotics Cosmeceuticals Blue Copper 5 Firming Elasticity Repair Cream
• Beautopia Copper Peptide Night Cream With Retinol

At Skin Perfection, we believe that effective anti-aging products shouldn’t break the bank. By adding GHK copper peptide to your favorite existing product, or – better yet – adding it to a homemade recipe, you can save a lot of money and get better results, too.

Sample Recipes:

If you have lotions, creams, and serums lining your bathroom vanity, doing nothing for you, give them a boost with a few drops of GHK copper peptide; if you’re not sure how, check out our video for how to add a serum booster to lotion, cream, or serum. And you can get even more creative and have more fun when you make your own natural skincare products, too.

 

Instructions

Add the desired amount at the end of the formulation. For beginners, it is suggested to dilute powder in distilled water and then add to your product.

 

INCI Name: Copper Tripeptide-1.

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • You sell both the Copper powder and the liquid version with the dropper. When is there an advantage to using powder vs the liquid Copper peptide? I would assume that the powder is more difficult to disperse?

    The difference is that you have more control over the percentage used with the powder. Both Copper Peptides are water-soluble and easy to disperse.

  • I have been ordering this every few months, but now it is out of stock. When do you expect to get it back in stock ? Please help.

    Great news! The GHK Copper Peptide is in stock!

  • can you mix it with hyaluronic acid and other peptides?

    Yes, GHK can be mixed with other peptides and Hyaluronic Acid. It should not be mixed with Vitamin C or Retinol.

  • how do you measure 0.1 g?

    The best way to measure is an electronic scale. .1ml in a 1-ounce formula is .02 teaspoons.

  • My product has a little bit of citric acid, would this conflict with the peptides?

    Citric Acid is generally used to adjust the ph of a formula, it should not interfere with copper peptides.

  • What size is the size of the container? How much product does it contain? Thank You.

    The GHK Copper Peptide comes in a 1 gram jar.
    1 gram will make a 1% concentration in 100ml.

  • The GHK Copper Peptide is still showing as "out of stock". How do I add it to my order? Thank You.

    Good news! The GHK Copper Peptide is in stock! We do sell out fast. Please let us know if we are out of stock as it is usually on order and will be restocked very soon.

  • can I put the GHK powder directly into a cream without diluting it with water first? Will it completely blend without diluting?

    The GHK Copper Peptide powder is very fine. It completely dissolves in water on its own. However, if you add the powder to water or any liquid and it doesn't dissolve right away, you can do one of 2 things. Let it sit for a few minutes until fully dissolved, or you can gently stir the liquid until dissolved. It is very easy to use.

    To add to a powder, we recommend mixing it with a hand blender for approximately 2 minutes. 

    You can also dilute the powder with a 1:1 ratio and add it to a cream base. The 1:1 means one part powder to one part liquid.