- Sep 01, 2017 -
Molecular structure of copper peptide
Copper peptide was originally isolated from human plasma in 1973 and was found to have wound repair function in 1985. In 1999, the researchers believed that copper peptides and their copper complexes could act as activators for tissue remodeling, It is also a signal peptide that promotes the spread of large amounts of collagen outside the aggregates of collagen, the synthesis of normal collagen in the skin, the formation of elastin, proteoglycans and glucosamine, the growth rate and migration of different cell types, Antioxidant reaction.
Efficacy and application:
The skin care products containing copper peptides have the following effects:
----- tighten the loose skin, improve flexibility; ----- improve the clarity of the skin
----- to improve the skin density and compactness; ----- to reduce light damage and stains;
----- reduce fine lines and deep wrinkles; ----- greatly increase the proliferation of keratinocytes
Usage and dosage:
Copper peptide with copper peptide powder as a product, in the final stage of the production of cosmetics can be added, the preparation temperature should be lower than 40 ℃, the recommended concentration: 500ppm-2,000ppm.
Storage and shelf life:
Copper peptide powder must be stored in a cool, dark place and clean place to ensure a shelf life of at least 12 months. Long-term storage, the proposed storage at -20 ℃, shelf life can be extended to at least 24 months.