070-000-251 Copper Peptide GHK-Cu, CAS 49557-75-7

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Synonyms Copper peptide, Glycyl-L-Histidyl-L-Lysine, Growth-modulating peptide, Liver growth factor Cu-GHK; Glycyl-histidyl-lysine, monocopper salt
Keywords Anti-aging, collegen, anti-wrinkle, crease resistant, skincare
Related products Vitamin C, Grape Seed Extract, Pomegranate Seed Extract, Argireline, Matrixyl, Retinol


Copper Peptide GHK-Cu Specifications

Product Name Copper peptide GHK-Cu
CAS Registry Number 49557-75-7
Molecular Formula C14H22N6O4Cu
Molecular Weight 401.91
Purity 99%
Appearance Blue powder
Shelf life 2 years
Functions Anti-aging, wrinkle repair, hair growth, promotes collagen, wound healing

Copper Peptide GHK-Cu Description

The copper peptide was firstly studied in the 1970s and has been used in skincare products for 30 years. The reason why people interests in the copper peptide are that it has small molecules and can bind to receptors more easily than larger ones. The copper in a copper peptide can assist in hair growth. Studies have also shown that it can remove the damaged collagen and elastin from the skin and scar tissue.

Copper Peptide GHK-Cu Applications

  • Cosmetic ingredient
  • Shampoo


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  3. Gorouhi, F.; Maibach, H.I. (2009). “Role of topical peptides in preventing and treating aged skin”. Int. J. Cosm. Sci. 31 (5): 327–345.
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