Resilience MEGA Peptide Daily Face Serum - Add Some Youthful PEP to Your Daily Skin Care Routine
In our 20's, skin provides a smooth canvas that is resilient & supple with plenty of bounce back.
In our 40's, skin layers loosen & no longer offer the same PEP (bounce back) that they once had.
Those of us blessed enough to reach our 80's rely on our thinning skin to protect us from many elements.
Luckily, it's the time in between your 20's & 80's that matters most in maintaining a more youthful appearance.
Peptides Play an Important Role in Our Changing Skin.
Peptides form to make proteins. These proteins are the fundamental building blocks of the skin. Without peptides, skin doesn’t remain intact and the result is a loss of firmness, appearance of wrinkles, texture changes, and skin that just doesn’t have the bounce back that it once did.
For those looking to understand the science behind peptides. Peptides are fragments of proteins. On their own, peptides are made up of amino acids. When amino acids are combined in certain formations they create specific peptides bonds and when peptides are formed in a certain way, they make specific proteins.
Peptides are produced as collagen deteriorates with age. Research from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows that these peptides send a "message" to your skin that it has lost collagen and needs to generate more. When skin care peptides are applied topically, your skin "thinks" that it's a collagen break down and that your body needs to manufacture new collagen.
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