- Peptide | Information
Peptide | Information
Our peptides regulate and stimulate maximum growth and production of your collagen cells, reducing and preventing fine lines while firming and toning your skin. Penetrating your skin without redness or irritation, its gentle anti-aging nature is easily combined with any topical pharmaceutical or cosmetic…ultra sensitive skin loves it!
Our "communicator" turns-off the command to age, and turns-on the repair command, it's our ambassador to your skin’s network circuit board.
We set a new standard for results, place your order today and watch the magic happen!
A little history…
- Peptide is any group of organic compounds comprising two or more amino acids which react by forming a link or peptide bond. Amino acids, the building blocks of protein, are reduced to protein fragments or peptides, and communicate or interact with target molecules in your body to prompt, or start an activity your body has slowed or stop performing. In the past, the molecular size of amino acids could not easily pass through your skin rendering the product ineffective, altering the amino acid to a peptide fragment solved the issue.
- Specific active peptides target and regulate cell function, maximize collagen production by stimulating the growth of collagen cells resulting in the reduction of fine lines, increasing skin firmness and tone. Previously, researchers formulated skin care products to replace low levels or deficient components of the skin, now peptides can intervene during the aging process signaling the skin to repair itself.
- Proteomics, the study of proteins emerged from the human genome research unlocking the encoded genetic information of amino acids and the body. The sequence of these amino acids in the protein peptide determines the shape, properties and biological role of the peptide, some examples are stimulating hormonal activity or body repair. Peptides can be synthetically produced, derived from plant and animal sources, or made by the body. Current medical data is starting to connect peptide deficiency to eczema and the red itchy skin of dermatitis.
- Penta-peptide has five amino acids joined by a bond; "penta" is the Greek word for five. Poly-peptide is protein or part of a protein forming a chain of amino acids joined by a peptide bond; "poly" is the Greek word for many.