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Pathology and clinically, many scientists have tested the anti-aging and repairing effects of GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Powder. It restores skin repair, reduces skin damage, stimulates glucosamine formation, increases skin thickness, stimulates collagen formation and reduces fine lines, and aids antioxidant enzyme SOD, with strong anti-free radical and delaying aging.
Studies have shown that blue copper peptides can not only induce the formation of fibrin, but also promote the synthesis of a protein polysaccharide that plays an anti-aging role, which is a powerful anti-decay component. In 1998, Abdulghani, a lecturer in chemical engineering at Karachi University, and others published an article in which 71 women used external blue copper peptide creams in vitro to compare the effects of tretinoin, vitamin C and GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Powder in the synthesis of collagen, the results show that the blue copper peptide has the strongest effect among the three components.
In addition, its antioxidant properties have been proven in numerous in vitro and animal trials, which remove a variety of free radicals and peroxides, brightening skin tone and preventing skin aging.
There are also many studies that show that GHK-Cu Copper Peptide Powder has better anti-inflammatory and repair effects. For example, in 2003, Canapp and others at the University of Florida Wound Institute found that the topical use of blue copper peptide gel can reduce the level of acute inflammatory cytokines, inhibit the inflammatory response, and improve the healing of ischemic wounds. In 2005, Pollard and others of Stanford University Medical Center used it to treat fibroblasts after irradiation and found that blue copper peptides can promote the normal growth of fibroblasts after irradiation, the number doubling time is similar to that of normal cell growth. the same.
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