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GMP Factory Supply Cheap Copper peptide,Copper tripeptide-1, GHK-Cu Cosmetic Grade Peptides For Anti aging Serum /CreamChat Now
Description of GHK-Cu/Copper Peptide
1 .Appearance :Blue powder
2 .Water Content(Karl Fischer) :≤5.0%
3 .Acetate Content(by HPLC) :≤15.0%
4 .MS :340.5±1.0
5 .Purity (by HPLC) :≥90.0%
6 .PH :5.5~7.5
GHK-CU/Copper peptide quality reports: COA,MS.HPLC,MSDS reports
For cosmetic .Increase skin density & Repair Skin Cells
Accelerate wound repair
Increase skin re-epithelialization
Reverse aging effects on skin
thickens skin, improves elasticity, and increases subcutaneous fat layer
Improve hair transplant success ,prevent hair loss
GHK analogs with fatty residue analogs increase hair follicle size, stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss
Heal injure intestinal linings . Activates skin’s main antioxidant protein – superoxide dismutase
How to use:
The recommended percentage of AHK-Cu Copper Tri-Peptides to use within your custom formula is 2.5 to 5%.
Since AHK-Cu Copper Tri-Peptides are water-soluble, they may be blended in either RejuvePlex (a water-based solution), or with Marine Seakelp Bioferment (resulting in a thicker and gelatinous solution, preferably around 20% of which is Marine Seakelp Bioferment).
How to Blend
As an example, the following is how to go about properly adding 2.5% AHKCu Copper Tri peptides into a 2 oz. bottle of RejuvePlex. First, convert 2 oz. to grams (56.7g). Now, multiply 56.7 by .025 (2.5%), and the result will be: 1.4 grams of AHK-Cu Copper Tri Peptides. Proceed to carefully measure out 1.4g of AHK-Cu Copper Tri-Peptides on a small scale. Once measured pour the contents of your RejuvePlex bottle into a measuring cup. Next, blend the AHK-Cu Copper Tri-Peptides into the RejuvePlex until it is in solution. Finally, pour the newly "spiked" RejuvePlex back into the bottle.
The tripeptide-copper complex, described as a growth factor for various kinds of differentiated cells, stimulates the proliferation of dermal fibroblasts and elevates the production of vascular endothelial growth factor, but decreased the secretion of transforming growth factor-beta1 by dermal fibroblasts. Dermal papilla cells (DPCs) are specialized fibroblasts, which are important in the morphogenesis and growth of hair follicles. In the present study, the effects of L-alanyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine-Cu2+ (AHK-Cu) on human hair growth ex vivo and cultured dermal papilla cells were evaluated. AHK-Cu (10(-12) - 10(-9) M) stimulated the elongation of human hair follicles ex vivo and the proliferation of DPCs in vitro. Annexin V-fluorescein isothiocyanate/propidium iodide labeling and flow cytometric analysis showed that 10(-9) M AHK-Cu reduced the number of apoptotic DPCs, but this decrease was not statistically significant. The ratio of Bcl-2/Bax was elevated, and the levels of the cleaved forms of caspase-3 and PARP were reduced by treatment with 10(-9) M AHK-Cu. The present study proposed that AHK-Cu promotes the growth of human hair follicles, and this stimulatory effect may occur due to stimulation of the proliferation and the preclusion of the apoptosis of DPCs.