Matrixyl significantly boosts collagen, says independent research. A new study has confirmed that Matrixyl® 3000 is even more efficient for anti-aging. These new findings confirm that it can reverse photo-aging by repairing UV damage. It achieves this effect by repairing the papillary dermis which is located between the inner (dermis) and outer (epidermis) layers of skin. Human studies using Matrixyl® 3000 show that one month’s use of such a product can reverse the signs of ageing by 1.8 years and aging is delayed by 5.5 years after just 2 month’s use.
Matrixyl 3000 contains two matrikines, Pal-GHK and Pal-GQPR which act in synergy to restore and maintain skin's youthful appearance. These ingredients act as messengers of cutaneous restructuration and repair. They activate the neosynthesis of extracellular matrix macromecules providing Matrixyl 3000 with a visible anti-wrinkle efficacy. As messenger molecules, matrikines are capable of regulating cell activities. They interact with specific receptors to activate certain genes involved in the process of extracellular matrix renewal and cell proliferation. With age these mechanisms become progressively weaker.
Palmioyl Tripeptide-3 is based on a small peptide developed to reduce any type of wrinkles. Clinical trials have shown that Palmioyl Tripeptide-3 is capable of reducing and changing the type and aspect of wrinkles that add years to your appearance. Palmioyl Tripeptide-3 is based on a small peptide developed to reduce any type of wrinkles. Palmitoyl Tripeptide-3 is a peptide that stimulates the skin's natural production of collagen. This collagen synthesis booster works by activating the release of transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) within the epidermis. By actively promoting collagen synthesis palmitoyl tripeptide-3 is effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improving the skin's firmness and moisture retention.
Directions: Apply twice daily. For best results, re-apply.
Amino acids: are the main moisture retention factors in human skin. Topical application of amino acids has shown to dramatically increase moisture content while decreasing visible lines. In addition, amino acids help in the production of collagen and elastin, regulate sebaceous gland activity and decrease discoloration. Free radicals are unbalanced molecules caused by the sun, environment and pollution. These unbalanced molecules randomly bounce around inside skin cells and cause damage to important cellular tissues including DNA structures. Amino acids are natural free radical scavenges that seek and neutralize free radicals to help prevent the damage done by them.