Peptide Cream Reviews my experience
I just wanted to update you on my recent experience using MD3 copper peptide and face exercises.
I've been doing my facial exercises 3 times a week first thing in the morning before getting out of bed.
I have a Bose radio by my bed which I use as my alarm clock. So I just placed the facial exercise pacing CD in the Bose radio and when the alarm goes off, I just hit the CD.
I move down my bed a bit so my head is not on the pillow, but flat on the bed.
According to the instructional CD and booklet, you get a better workout if your head is flat with the bed or floor.
I think that is because several of the exercises make you lift your head a bit and that makes the exercise more challenging. Boy, I can really feel it around cheeks and chin/neck area the next day!
Then in about 15 minutes I'm off for my shower. After my shower I applied the MD3 copper peptide serum. It really is blue by the way, but it blends in quickly.
Then I wait about 5 minutes while it dries and then apply my moisturizer and foundation.
Well, after about 2 months of doing this regime, I started to notice that I didn't seem to need as much makeup as I did before. My skin just looked smoother and less lined.
Then my coworkers noticed that I looked better and thought I had something done. But it wasn't until my husband noticed that I looked more "rested" and then I knew it was really working.
Thanks for the information. I think I finally found something that really works for me.
NuGlow VS. Skin Biology?
I read Pam's comments and I went to the site for NuGlow. It looks interesting and I'm thinking to trying it, but can you tell me how this copper peptide product differs from Skin Biology?
Thanks for your email regarding copper peptide creams. The best I can tell is both Skin Biology and NuGlow's copper peptide products are pretty similar.
Both are said to contain a special type of copper peptide called glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine:copper (II) or GHK. This form is supposed to be a more stable and active form.
This type of copper peptide has been shown in studies to support tissue regeneration and wound healing.
But NuGlow says their product contains a patented delivery system along with (SOD) a potent antioxidant. And NuGlow is a lot less expensive.
If you do order, keep the receipt because they automatically sign you up for a membership service - which why you get the product at such a good price. That means they auto-ship a fresh product about every 2 months (or whatever frequency you desire).
So for some reason if you don't like the product, you'll need to call and cancel and you can send your product back for a full refund.
You can also read more here How is NuGlow different? Then click on tab that reads Science.
Hope that helps.
NuGlow Reviews? Copper Peptide Creams
Happy New Year! Just wondering if you or any of your readers have used NuGlow and have an opinion. I'm thinking of trying it.
Happy New Year to you too!
So far, I have received a few positive comments from people who have tried the new advanced GHK CU copper peptide product, but I just found out about this 2 months ago.
When it comes to using copper peptides, you really need to give it time to see results.
Sometimes people find a product that makes their skin look and feel great immediately, but it really does nothing - in the long run - to prevent or slow down skin aging.
According to studies, copper peptides are supposed to work at a deeper level and stimulate skin repair and wound healing.
The original peptides I used a few years back were pretty strong and if you didn't apply them sparingly, they could cause some minor irritation in the beginning - until you worked your way up.
This sort of reminds me of the experience many people get with Retin-A. A little goes a long way, especially in the first few months. But the results are measurable and noticeable.
I truly believe in the benefits of GHK CU copper peptides and have been using them for about 7 years. I recently started using Nu-Glow when I got a sample in the mail a few months ago.
According to their literature, this version is not as irritating as the older copper peptide products, contain added anti-oxidants like green tea and vitamins A & E, and contains a patent pending delivery system for better/faster results.
I'll be looking for more feed back and will post my feed back after a few more months of using it.
The other benefit of Nu-glow is that it's much less expensive than what I used before. That's because after your first purchase you automatically become a member of NuGlow and receive a membership discount.
However, this means if you don't like the product you must contact them within 50 days of receiving your order (which is plenty of time to decide in my opinion) to cancel. If not, you get placed on their auto-ship program.....which is fine with me because I plan on using the product anyway.
And, you can slow down the shipment depending on how fast or slow you use the product.
You can read more about NuGlow Science here and copper peptides here.
I found the Best Peptide Cream that is cheaper than Neova
I used the Neova copper peptide cream recommend on your site and really liked it. But I found another one called Nu Glow and it's much cheaper than Neova. It's almost half.
I got a sample in the mail. The company says it has a special ingredient to help it get absorbed quicker.
Just wanted to let you know because it's almost half the price. Do you know anything about it? What's your thought?
Yes, I just found out about this copper peptide line of products and was going to write about it.
I got a sample in the mail too and liked they way it felt. My skin felt more hydrated and plumper.
From what the literature said it's supposed to be even more powerful that Neova because it has a patent pending delivery system. Plus it also contains anti-oxidants.
If anyone is interested, you can read more here:
Copper Peptide Cream
They also have other copper peptide based products like night creams, eye creams, and skin lightening serums.
The discount is actually 70% of the retail cost. What happens is when you make your first purchase you automatically get signed up to become a member. This also means you get signed up for auto delivery service.
So if you find you don't care for it, make sure to contact them to cancel you deliver. But you have plenty of time to give a good try as they offer a 60 day money back guarantee.
P.S. Keep me in touch and let me know how you like the results and if you try their other products. I'll post here once I've given it a good 60 day try.
Copper peptide cream. Nuglow vs Neova?
I'm interested in starting copper peptide skin care routine, but am not sure which ones to try.
I see a lot of skin care products that contain copper peptides from Neova and recently received a sample in the mail from Nuglow.
Does anyone have any suggestions? What have you used? Why did you choose it and what did it do for you?
Sorry for all the questions, but I'd like to hear feedback from you all before plucking down $$.
Some of the copper peptides I've seen it not that cheap.
Thanks so much,
I think both Nuglow and Neova copper peptide skin care products are excellent. The Neova seems to be more richer and seems more appropriate for dry skin (in my opinion).
I also like Nuglow, because it's concentrated and lasts a long time. They say it's more easily absorbed too due to a special patented delivery system.
Sorry, I couldn't tell you which one to choose. I've used both over the last few years.