Well, we all get under eye wrinkles eventually, even babies have them.
But, when the skin starts to look loose and crinkly - then it's time to do something about it!
Yes, there are a lot of under eye treatments ranging from drugstore creams to laser resurfacing and other surgical procedures.
But, how effective are those drugstore creams? And how expensive are the laser resurfacing procedures?
I think we're all looking for the least expensive but still effective solution - to look better and get rid of that "tired look."
For years professional skin care experts and dermatologists have recommend copper peptides to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and help plump up the skin.
GREAT! So what's the problem?
Finding an over-the-counter product that contains enough active ingredients and is formulated properly to enhance absorption is key to making a difference.
When it comes to copper peptides, "it's all about the deliver system" says Jeannette Graf, M.D..
I got my first copper peptide cream years ago from a plastic surgeon.
He wasn't selling it, he was recommending it a post-surgical healing treatment for laser resurfacing procedure I had.
For years after that I haven't been able to find a good over-the-counter product.
Copper peptides might irritate sensitive or delicate skin - for some folks - that's why this one is formulated specifically for that sensitive area under the eyes.
Under eye wrinkles are categorized as pesky fine lines, folds, and crinkly skin around the eyes. These type of wrinkles are called Static wrinkles. - These lines not only appear around the eyes but on the upper cheeks too.
What makes find good treatment so difficult is that this area is very delicate, thin, and difficult to keep healthy.
In addition, under eye wrinkles are further exaggerated by over-use of harsh cosmetics, make-up removers, and cleansers. So to be effective an eye cream should be able to do some or all of the following:
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There aren't many under eye treatments on the market that contain this special form of Copper Peptide -- making it hard to find anti aging creams that contain stable GHK-CU peptides.........
A company called Neova - who once only sold their products to plastic surgeons - started offering copper peptide eye wrinkle creams to the public.
However, recently a new type of peptide called MD3 Copper Peptide Eye Therapy became available at a very affordable price without having to pay for a visit to a plastic surgeon or dermatologist.
How is this different than regular copper peptides? MD3 copper is a smaller molecule (about 60%), than standard GHK copper – for improved absorption and enhanced benefits.
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Why MD3 peptides are different?
Copper peptides are a combination of a copper ion (a trace element found in every cell within the body) and a peptide (a small protein fragment).
They are known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory properties, enhance wound healing,and stimulate collagen production.
Hundreds of studies have demonstrated the rejuvenating effects of copper peptides to stimulate wound healing in human and animal models and provide an extraordinary anti-aging effects on human skin.
Dr. Loren Pickart from Skin Biology is credited with discovering the first generation skin remodeling peptide complex called GHK-Cu. This stands for glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine:copper (II).
There are no guarantee that any product will eliminate wrinkles under the eyes or anywhere on your face.
But, there is a lot research on the benefits of copper peptides for healthy skin. That is the best information I can use to make informed choices for my anti-aging products.
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