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      Peptides How They Stop Wrinkles
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Peptides And How They Stop Wrinkles

If you look at the ingredients in some of the best anti-wrinkle products in the market today you will notice that they use a lot of peptides; so what are they?...and how do peptides help stop wrinkles?

The ingredient known as peptides could be described as chain of amino acids which are what proteins are made of as well as other organic molecules. In the body they are created when proteins are digested. One of their advantages is that the absorption of peptides is usually very fast and they go into the bloodstream rather quickly. That is the same reason why they are widely used in skin care products. They also work on is to reduce pain, they are also neurotransmitters and hormones.

So What Do They Do?

The answer to the question of what they do is not a simple one. The correct answer is that it depends on the type you are talking about.

Now, when it comes to the items in the skin care aisle, there are five types of peptides that are worth noting: palmitoyl pentapeptide-3, copper peptides, acetyl hexapeptide-3, palmitoyl oligopeptide, and silk peptides.

• Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3 stimulates the layers of the wrinkled skin. Wounds will also heal faster with the help of Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3.

• Palmitoyl oligopeptide is very similar, but it also has the mild UV protection qualities. Because of the UV protecting properties palmitoyl oligopeptide is one of the most common ingredients in beauty products, especially on wrinkle products.

• Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 is another ingredient that you will find a lot in wrinkle creams. What this ingredient does is help relax facial wrinkles. The advantage of Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 when compared to other products like Botox injections is that it can be applied anywhere in the face while the injections work in small and targeted areas.

• Silk Peptides Also known as silk protein or silk amino acids, consists of 18 silk amino acids and are one of the best at reducing signs of aging. They contain properties which rejuvenates skin tone, reduce wrinkles and hydrate your skin tissues to protect from free radicals.

Finally you have the copper peptides; the one area that scientists have focused on with copper peptides is its ability to heal wounds. The ability of copper to work on wounds makes it less effective than others at treating wrinkles. Though copper peptides were at one point very popular in wrinkle products, they became a bit obsolete when compared to the other 3. That is why you will not find a lot of wrinkle products that use copper peptides today.

How Important Are They?

It is very difficult to ignore the benefits and properties on the skin; they are not just something that gives color or smell to an anti aging skin cream, it is actually the ingredient that makes the product. They are very important in the development of wrinkle products. Even copper peptides which are not as widely used anymore still serve their purpose on other skin healing products.

You will not find many products today that do not include this effective ingredient - many called peptide creams, and the ones that don’t are just not as effective if at all. It is important that you look at the ingredients when you but skin care products, because finding peptides is a sign that you are getting something that has been proven effective over and over again.




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