The Beauty of Peptides

Ever wondered what those magical ingredients were in your anti-aging products and what they actually did to decrease aging’s effects on your skin? Peptides are one of anti-aging’s most desired ingredients. They are short sequences of amino acids linked by peptide bonds that are similar in structure to proteins, but shorter in length. They play a significant role in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen synthesis. Some also block the transmission of nerve signals to facial muscles. Peptides are especially important when it comes to repairing your skin’s collagen, which breaks down as we age from loss of elasticity and strength and even environmental factors such as UV exposure and stress. When applied to the skin (via skincare), peptides stimulate collagen production and assist in preventing further unwanted wrinkles from appearing on our face that can develop simply through every day facial expressions. Peptides are a safer alternative to injections, plus they target the same wrinkle-formation mechanism topically without the high cost and potential side effects.

Enjoy peptides’ anti-aging benefits in Apriori Beauty’s Celloxylin® skincare products, including: PSR Next, Activating Tonic, Firming Complex, Eye+Lip Age Eraser, Day Defense Plus Broad Spectrum SPF 25, Night Repair 3Deep, and Hydro-Burst Moisture Intense Lotion.

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