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Chances are, you’ve already heard of the buzz around peptides being an anti-aging must-have to smooth, repair and hydrate skin. While the development of peptides has been a game changer for skincare, have you ever wondered what peptides are and, more specifically, what benefits they bring to the skin? What are peptides and what do they do? In short, peptides are chains of amino acids that constitute the “building blocks” of proteins in our body. They act as transmitters of information within the body. Proteins are composed of peptide strands that contain a unique variety of amino acids. Collagen and elastin are two important proteins in the skin that can become damaged and their production can decrease over time. Peptides offer a solution to maintain the health and viability of collagen and elastin. Without them, skin loses its firmness and elasticity, and wrinkles begin to appear. Each peptide acts in a very specific way to target a particular need in the skin.

How do peptides work on your skin? It’s important to include essential amino acids in our diet that our bodies can’t produce. This allows our body to

build proteins required to both repair and make new cells. Different combinations of peptides are used to minimize the appearance of various signs of aging on the skin.

When should you start using peptides in your skincare? Humans have the most expressive face among the species on Earth. The first signs of aging to appear on the face are expression lines and wrinkles. In fact, humans perform, every day, more than 15,000 contractions of their facial muscles. These micro-expressions can last only 1/25 of a second, but, over time, they leave their mark on the skin. These repetitive muscle contractions are the cause of skin slackening and the appearance of expression lines, which can start as early as in our thirties. Therefore, adding peptides to a skin care routine can be beneficial for people as early as in their twenties and early thirties.



Our solution to visible expression lines: the NEW BOTA-PEPTIDES CREAM

This sumptuous anti-wrinkle cream relaxes facial features and effectively prevents and reduces the appearance of expression lines. Enriched with 8 peptides carefully selecte

d for their anti-aging benefits, Bota-Peptides Cream acts as a high-tech, non-invasive ‘’dermointervention’’ solution.

Chances are, you’ve already heard of the buzz around peptides being an anti-aging must-have to smooth, repair and hydrate skin. While the development of peptides has been a game changer for skincare, have you ever wondered what peptides are and, more specifically, what benefits they bring to the skin?

What are peptides and what do they do? In short, peptides are chains of amino acids that constitute the “building blocks” of proteins in our body. They act as transmitters of information within the body. Proteins are composed of peptide strands that contain a unique variety of amino acids. Collagen and elastin are two important proteins in the skin that can become damaged and their production can decrease over time. Peptides offer a solution to maintain the health and viability of collagen and elastin. Without them, skin loses its firmness and elasticity, and wrinkles begin to appear. Each peptide acts in a very specific way to target a particular need in the skin.

How do peptides work on your skin? It’s important to include essential amino acids in our diet that our bodies can’t produce. This allows our body to build proteins required to both repair and make new cells. Different combinations of peptides are used to minimize the appearance of various signs of aging on the skin.

When should you start using peptides in your skincare? Humans have the most expressive face among the species on Earth. The first signs of aging to appear on the face are expression lines and wrinkles. In fact, humans perform, every day, more than 15,000 contractions of their facial muscles. These micro-expressions can last only 1/25 of a second, but, over time, they leave their mark on the skin. These repetitive muscle contractions are the cause of skin slackening and the appearance of expression lines, which can start as early as in our thirties. Therefore, adding peptides to a skin care routine can be beneficial for people as early as in their twenties and early thirties.

Our solution to visible expression lines: the NEW BOTA-PEPTIDES CREAM This sumptuous anti-wrinkle cream relaxes facial features and effectively prevents and reduces the appearance of expression lines. Enriched with 8 peptides carefully selected for their anti-aging benefits, Bota-Peptides Cream acts as a high-tech, non-invasive ‘’dermointervention’’ solution.

Benefits:

  • Reduces the appearance of expression lines and wrinkles

  • Hydrates the skin and strengthens the moisture barrier

  • Visibly smoothes and plumps the skin

  • Enhances skin texture and reveals a radiant complexion

  • Helps maintain the results of cosmetic procedures


Chances are, you’ve already heard of the buzz around peptides being an anti-aging must-have to smooth, repair and hydrate skin. While the development of peptides has been a game changer for skincare, have you ever wondered what peptides are and, more specifically, what benefits they bring to the skin? What are peptides and what do they do? In short, peptides are chains of amino acids that constitute the “building blocks” of proteins in our body. They act as transmitters of information within the body. Proteins are composed of peptide strands that contain a unique variety of amino acids. Collagen and elastin are two important proteins in the skin that can become damaged and their production can decrease over time. Peptides offer a solution to maintain the health and viability of collagen and elastin. Without them, skin loses its firmness and elasticity, and wrinkles begin to appear. Each peptide acts in a very specific way to target a particular need in the skin.

How do peptides work on your skin? It’s important to include essential amino acids in our diet that our bodies can’t produce. This allows our body to build proteins required to both repair and make new cells. Different combinations of peptides are used to minimize the appearance of various signs of aging on the skin.

When should you start using peptides in your skincare? Humans have the most expressive face among the species on Earth. The first signs of aging to appear on the face are expression lines and wrinkles. In fact, humans perform, every day, more than 15,000 contractions of their facial muscles. These micro-expressions can last only 1/25 of a second, but, over time, they leave their mark on the skin. These repetitive muscle contractions are the cause of skin slackening and the appearance of expression lines, which can start as early as in our thirties. Therefore, adding peptides to a skin care routine can be beneficial for people as early as in their twenties and early thirties.

Our solution to visible expression lines: the NEW BOTA-PEPTIDES CREAM This sumptuous anti-wrinkle cream relaxes facial features and effectively prevents and reduces the appearance of expression lines. Enriched with 8 peptides carefully selected for their anti-aging benefits, Bota-Peptides Cream acts as a high-tech, non-invasive ‘’dermointervention’’ solution.

Benefits:

  • Reduces the appearance of expression lines and wrinkles

  • Hydrates the skin and strengthens the moisture barrier

  • Visibly smoothes and plumps the skin

  • Enhances skin texture and reveals a radiant complexion

  • Helps maintain the results of cosmetic procedures



Formulated with 8 peptides:

  • ARGIRELINE ® AMPLIFIED PEPTIDE Minimizes the appearance of expression lines

  • LIPO-DIPEPTIDE Provides a well-being action

  • CRANBERRY FRUIT EXTRACT (Natural biopeptide) Improves skin’s radiance

  • DIPEPTIDE (Neuropeptide) Protects against environmental stressors

  • PEPTIDE Q10TM Decreases the appearance of wrinkles

  • MATRIXYL ® 3000 (contains 2 peptides) Visibly improves tone & elasticity

  • CARCININE Visibly increases skin firmness


WRITTEN BY KAREN ASQUITH


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