Monday, September 21, 2020

Why Peptides Should Be Part of Your Skincare Routine

Promoted partner content from Miracles & More.

If peptides aren’t part of your skincare routine already, you could be missing out on some big benefits. In fact, while many people have heard of these powerful little compounds, few realize how far they’ve come in the past few years when it comes to delivering serious benefits to the skin from addressing lack of elasticity to promoting youthful collagen and rolling back signs of aging.

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Here’s what you need to know about peptides in order to grab their benefits and love your skin.

What are peptides?

To understand how peptides work and why you need them, you first need to know the science behind them. So, let’s start with what exactly peptides are…

Basically, peptides are chains of amino acids that form to make proteins. They are the building blocks of proteins that form the foundation of your skin, including collagen, keratin, and elastin. These are the proteins that keep the texture of your skin smooth and ensure it stays lifted, resilient, and strong.

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It’s easy to see then why without peptides, signs of aging can begin to creep up, like changes in texture, sagging, wrinkles, and a loss of bounce. And the simple fact is that as you age, your skin has less peptides to work with, collagen and elastin formation slows, they begin to break down, and it begins to show each time you look in the mirror.

Luckily, you can make up for that loss by applying peptides topically to your skin.

In fact, this topical application helps your skin to look and act younger by encouraging messages between your skin cells that trigger that collagen and elastin formation your skin needs.

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Because of this, peptides can help even your skin tone and texture, boost elasticity, and leave your skin looking smoother and firmer. They can even help to enhance skin hydration to address sign of aging on multiple levels to rejuvenate skin.

Getting the most from peptides

Despite the extensive benefits peptides offer, there are a few things you need to know in order to see the results you’re looking for.

First, when choosing skincare products, you want to look for one that offers a peptide complex rather than a single peptide since combining their effects can help you reach your skincare goals more quickly.

Second, look for a peptide complex that is bioactive. This means that it is able to travel past your skin’s natural barrier in order to penetrate your skin and provide true benefits.

Third, it’s important to remember that peptides don’t work in a vacuum and for the best results, they need friends – ingredients that deliver superfood nutrients to skin, soothe and purify, and even depuff.

Finally, to get the most from your peptides, going with a serum can help to provide visible results. That’s because serums give you the biggest bang for your buck in skincare since they offer the deepest level of penetration and therefore can go to work in your skin cells where you need it most, rather than sitting on top of your skin.

One product recommended by skincare experts that fits all of these requirements is Miracles & More Miracle Face and Eye Serum.

Its bioactive peptide complex along with cucumber fruit extract and aloe vera gel have been proven to absorb rapidly and reduce the appearance of wrinkles around the corners of the eyes within just 30 minutes. It’s also been shown to provide reduction of bags under the eyes by up to 23 percent as well as long-term smoothing of crow’s feet by up to 32.9 percent.

So, if peptides have not been on your skincare to-do list, it’s time to leverage the benefits they bring to your skin so that every time you look in the mirror, you see the firmer, more lifted, even, and more luminous skin you truly desire.



 

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