Help your DIY Serums work better and more efficiently!
Want products that work fast and are highly effective? Add in a Liquid Phospholipid Liposome to transform and improve the delivery system of your skincare products.
Liquid Phospholipid Liposomes
Recommended Usage Rate: 1-10%
.5 Fluid Ounce of liposomes in a blue dropper bottle.
Liposomes are tiny molecules that have an aqueous center and are encapsulated by phospholipids. They deliver vital active ingredients and peptides deep into the skin.
The benefits include reduced transdermal water loss, increased skin conditioning, faster working products, and better antioxidants when used in conjunction.
Add our Liquid Phospholipid Liposomes to your homemade DIY anti-aging products for more effective skincare.
Questions & Answers
Have a Question?
On your website, you sell phospholipids and this can aid in penetration of the peptides. Does a penetration enhancing substance have to be in a serum or cream to have the peptides penetrate? I mix my own serums and creams with a few of your peptides and I do not have any glycols or phospholipids or any penetration enhancing ingredients in what I mix, so I am not sure if any of the peptides are penetrating or just sitting atop the skin.
No, you do not need to add a penetration enhancing substance for the peptides to be effective. However, we do recommend adding one. Our two favorites are Hyaluronic Acid and phospholipids. Either one works great.
So one would use this in the amounts listed in accordance with your Quick Guide Chart?
Yes, please refer to the chart for the amount needed. You will need to determine the amount of your base and what concentration you will need, then the chart will tell you how many drops to add.
what is your processing time for orders/.
Typically, we get all orders out within 1 business day.
Are the soybeans used GMO?
Our formulations only contain Non-GMO soybeans.
Is this phosphatidylcholine? Can it be added to water based peptide serums?
The Phospholipid Liposome Serum Booster is from plant-based glycine max (soybean). It is not phosphatidylcholine. Yes, it can be added to water-based peptide serums.