a trace metal found in our body's skin cells, copper attracts and binds to peptides (small fragments of proteins), forming copper peptides.
copper and copper peptides aid in collagen and elastin production, regenerating skin cells and healing skin conditions. they also possess anti-inflammatory properties and aid in boosting the work of antioxidants, reducing the appearance of fine lines and rejuvenating aging skin tissue. the anti-aging benefits of copper peptides are due to the production of glycosaminoglycans (like hyaluronic acid), which help the skin retain moisture.
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