Matrixyl 3000 20 mg – peptide for wrinkles
Did you know there’s an effective way to improve the appearance and condition of your facial skin? It’s Matrixyl 20 mg, a peptide for wrinkles that stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis, providing firmness, elasticity, and smoothness to the skin. Matrixyl 3000 Endogenic is an innovative product that contains a high dose of palmitoyl tripeptide-1 and palmitoyl tripeptide-7, known for their anti-aging properties.
Peptides are short chains of amino acids that serve as the building blocks of proteins. Peptides can penetrate the stratum corneum of the epidermis and reach deeper layers of the skin, where they stimulate cells to produce collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are fibers responsible for maintaining the structure and elasticity of the skin. With age, their production decreases, leading to the formation of wrinkles, loss of firmness, and signs of skin aging. Learn more about the specific properties of our product and why it will meet your expectations.
What is Matrixyl 3000 20 mg and how does it work?
Matrixyl 20 mg is an ingredient used in cosmetics that contains a potent anti-wrinkle peptide. Peptides are sequences of amino acids that can have a beneficial impact on skin health. This peptide was specifically developed to reduce the visibility of wrinkles and improve overall skin condition.
The product works on the skin by stimulating collagen production. Collagen maintains the firmness and elasticity of the skin. With age, collagen production is disrupted, leading to a deterioration in skin quality, such as loss of elasticity. Matrixyl helps increase collagen synthesis, which reduces the visibility of existing wrinkles and prevents the formation of new ones.
In addition to its action on collagen, it also has moisturizing and skin-smoothing properties. It improves the skin’s structure, giving it density and elasticity.
Benefits of using palmitoyl tripeptide-1 and palmitoyl tripeptide-7 peptides:
- Reduction of mimic wrinkles: The peptide effectively reduces the visibility of mimic wrinkles, such as crow’s feet and nasolabial folds.
- Improvement in skin density: Regular use of the Endogenic product makes the skin denser and more elastic, leading to an improvement in its structure.
- Moisturizing and smoothing of the skin: Matrixyl 3000 has moisturizing properties, making the skin softer and smoother to the touch.
- Full spectrum of UV filters: Protecting the skin from harmful UV radiation is crucial for maintaining a youthful appearance. Using products containing Matrixyl and full spectrum UV filters helps protect the skin from photoaging and loss of elasticity.
- Restores a youthful appearance and radiance to the skin.
How to use Endogenic Matrixyl 20 mg?
The peptide should be used as an additive to ready-made serums or facial creams. The recommended concentration ranges from 3% to 8%.
To obtain a 0.05% solution, you need to add 1 ml of bacteriostatic water to the vial with 20 mg of peptide. Gently mix the peptide by rotating the vial. Avoid vigorous shaking. Add the dissolved peptide to 39 ml of water. The resulting solution contains 0.05% Matrixyl.
Add 0.5 ml of the solution to your chosen cream. To achieve 5% Matrixyl, add 1 ml of the solution to 9 ml of cream.
Does Matrixyl have side effects?
Matrixyl is generally considered a safe cosmetic ingredient. However, in rare cases, it may cause allergic reactions in some individuals. If you notice any adverse skin reactions after using a product containing Matrixyl, discontinue use immediately and consult a dermatologist. Before using any new cosmetic products, it’s always a good idea to perform a patch test. Choose a small area of skin and test how it reacts to the product.
Matrixyl w kosmetykach
Matrixyl can be effectively combined with other cosmetic ingredients to achieve even better results for the skin. Here are a few ingredients that can be used together with the peptide:
Hyaluronic acid: Hyaluronic acid is an excellent moisturizing ingredient that helps retain moisture in the skin. Using it together with the peptide can provide long-lasting hydration and skin smoothing.
Vitamin C: Vitamin C has strong antioxidant properties and helps reduce damage caused by free radicals. Using vitamin C together with the peptide can contribute to improving skin tone and fading discoloration.
GHK-CU: Copper peptide is an excellent complement to combat signs of aging and maintain a youthful appearance of the skin, among other benefits. Its action can also strengthen hair and nails.
SNAP-8: A peptide that restores skin firmness and tension by affecting facial muscles.
Epithalon: A peptide primarily responsible for maintaining flawless hair appearance but also known for accelerating skin collagen fiber regeneration and reconstruction.
Matrixyl 20 mg is a cosmetic ingredient that can have a positive impact on the skin. Its anti-wrinkle properties, improvement in skin density, and moisturizing effects make it a popular choice in skincare products. Remember that every skin is different, so it’s worth experimenting with various ingredients to find the ones that best suit your individual needs.
Frequently asked questions about endogenic Matrixyl 3000 20 mg
1. Is Matrixyl 20 mg suitable for all skin types?
The peptide can be used on different skin types, but reactions may vary. It’s advisable to perform a patch test on a small area of skin before starting regular use.
2. When can I expect to see results from using the product?
The time it takes to see results can vary depending on individual factors such as age, skin condition, and frequency of use. Typically, visible results can be observed after regular use for several weeks.
3. Is Matrixyl safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
Before using any new cosmetic products during pregnancy or breastfeeding, it’s always advisable to consult with a doctor or dermatologist.
All properties mentioned above are observed in laboratory tests, not done on humans, and are for informational purposes only. All information contained in the descriptions is not approved by GIS, GIF or EFSA. The substance is not a medicine, food product or dietary supplement and is not suitable for human consumption. The product qualifies as a chemical reagent/reference material authorised for marketing in the EU. It can only be used for scientific research. Other information about the product is contained in the safety data sheet of the chemical, which we make available for inspection. Products are only available to institutions or individuals who are associated with research or laboratory activities.