copper polypeptides -- dual action stubble/eyebrow growth and potent skin maxing

highinhibcel

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Copper polypeptides make hairs thicker and stronger while also improving your skin.


From this article: http://www.smartskincare.com/treatments/topical/copper.html

Accelerates scar repair
Copper polypeptides "induce the degradation of "extra-large" collagen aggregates found in scars and promotes the synthesis of smaller more regular collagen found in normal skin."

Improves overall quality by promoting multiple  important skin components
"also promote the synthesis of elastin, proteoglycans, glycosaminoglycans and other components of skin matrix."

Stacks well with microneedling
"Since copper peptides optimize healing and improve skin remodeling, then can augment the effect of treatments based on various forms of controlled skin injury."

Stacks well with retin--a and and exfoliation

"effective against various forms of skin irritation, mainly due to their anti-inflammatory effects. -- Skin rejuvenation treatments, such as tretinoin (Retin A, Renova) and alpha hydroxy acids, can cause irritation. -- copper peptides can reduce or eliminate the irritation and help maximize treatment benefits."

It's also included in the official legit products list of hairlosstalk.com

http://www.hairlosstalk.com/shop/ It makes individual hairs thicker.

Don't over do it though
"excessive use can have an opposite effect by increasing the levels of free copper and/or by triggering excessive production of metalloproteinases. -- leading to accelerated skin aging."
 

Brostorm

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I've read about them on a beard forum. Some guy was putting them on his skin for a few months hoping for more beard growth. I don't think it worked though.

However, it seems plausible that those peptides will thicken already existing vellus / thin hairs, so it might make your beard thicker. It's unlikely that it will  produce new hair growth though.
 
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