As members of the community truth Aging well know one of my favorite ingredients is copper peptides . This ingredient is a powerful collagen booster and hair restorer with a history of long and rich research that dates back to the 1970s So Deciem NIOD of copper Amino Isolates 1% ($ 60 in store) you had me at hello.
The copper used here is a tripeptide, which means that has been combined with three amino acids. I was mentally able to reference the fact that in my vitality Truth Advanced Hair Complex, the key is active copper with five amino acids. What makes the serum NIOD clean face is packaging the copper tripeptide-1 part of the formula separately and mixed with what they call an activator, a copper salt from two amino acids.
The 1% Deciem boasts that really worth arrogance like research has been carried out at 0.68% and produced results in inflammation. Speaking of arrogance, it states that this serum will make you younger in just five days. I’m not so sure I can agree with that, but after a month of testing, I am convinced that should be part of my regimen.
not particularly noticeable wrinkle reduction as a result of my test. That can come later. But where NIOD seemed to be helping really was adamant, especially my lower cheeks and sides of the mouth to go to his chin. This is where the sagging tends to start for me and I think copper peptides (along with ultrasound and LED) make a difference.
Amino NIOD copper Isolates 1% is actually a serum and not for one minute masquerading as a moisturizer or even as a serum that can be used by itself. My slightly oily skin can often use a serum without the need of a wetting layer, but not in this case. Despite the low molecular weight version of sodium hyaluronate, this serum is dried without additional wetting.
One reason for this may be that includes nonapeptide myristoyl-3, a peptide is said to mimic retinol and exfoliate the skin in order to stimulate cell renewal. There is not much research on this ingredient that I can find. I was intrigued to see some decapeptide and an oligopeptide and discovered that along with wheat proteins that are marketed as an ingredient called renaissance powder. The manufacturer promises that will regenerate skin and minimize scarring.
There are a couple of possible toxins between the preservatives and solvents that can be irritating. I have not had adverse reactions. Overall, I heartily recommend to anyone who wants to introduce copper boost collagen in your routine skin care.