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NEW RELEASE:
GHK Enhances
Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Osteogenesis
Acta Biomaterialia (2019)
Self-Assembled
Antibacterial GHK-Cu
Nanoparticles for
Wound Healing
Particle & Particle (2019)
Effect of GHK-Cu
on Stem Cells and
Relevant Genes
OBM Geriatrics
(2018)
GHK Alleviates
Neuronal Apoptosis Due
to Brain Hemorrhage
Frontiers in Neuroscience
(2018)
GHK-Cu:
Endogenous Antioxidant
International Journal of Pathophysiology and Pharmacology (2018)
Regenerative and
Protective Actions of
GHK-Cu Peptide
International Journal of
Molecular Sciences
(2018)
Skin Regenerative and
Anti-Cancer Actions
of Copper Peptides
Cosmetics
(2018)
GHK-Cu Accelerates
Scald Wound Healing
Promoting Angiogenesis
Wound Repair and
Regeneration
(2017)

GHK Peptide Inhibits
Pulmonary Fibrosis
by Suppressing TGF-β1
Frontiers in Pharmacology
(2017)
UNITED STATES PATENT:
Non-Toxic
Skin Cancer Therapy
with Copper Peptides
(2017)
The Effect of Human
Peptide GHK Relevant to
Nervous System Function
and Cognitive Decline
Brain Sciences (2017)
Effects of Tripeptide
GHK in Pain-Induced
Aggressive Behavior
Bulletin of Experimental
Biology & Medicine
(2017)
GHK-Cu Elicits
In Vitro Alterations
in Extracellular Matrix
Am Journal of Respiratory
and Critical Care Medicine

(2017)
Selected Biomarkers &
Copper Compounds
Scientific Reports

(2016)
GHK-Cu on Collagen,
Elastin, and Facial Wrinkles
Journal of Aging Science
(2016)
Tri-Peptide GHK-Cu
and Acute Lung Injury
Oncotarget
(2016)

Effect of GHK Peptide
on Pain Sensitivity
Experimental
Pharmacology
(2015)

New Data of the
Cosmeceutical
and TriPeptide GHK
SOFW Journal
(2015)
GHK Peptide as a
Natural Modulator of
Multiple Cellular Pathways
in Skin Regeneration
BioMed Research (2015)
Resetting Skin Genome
Back to Health
Naturally with GHK
Textbook of Aging Skin
(2015)
GHK-Cu May Prevent
Oxidative Stress in Skin
by Regulating Copper and
Modifying Expression of
Numerous Antioxidant Genes Cosmetics (2015)
GHK Increases
TGF-β1 in
Human Fibroblasts

Acta Poloniae
Pharmaceutica

(2014)
GHK:
The Human Skin
Remodeling Peptide
Induces Anti-Cancer
Expression & DNA Repair
Analytical Oncology

(2014)
GHK & DNA:
Resetting the
Human Genome
to Health
BioMed Research
International
(2014)
Enhanced Tropic Factor Secretion of Mesenchymal
Stem Cells with GHK
Acta Biomater
(2014)
Anxiolytic (Anti-Anxiety)
Effects of GHK Peptide
Bulletin of Experimental
Biology & Medicine
(2014)
Emphysema-Related
Lung Destruction and
its Reversal by GHK
Genome Medicine
(2012)
TriPeptide GHK Induces
Programmed Cell Death
of Neuroblastoma
Journal of Biotechnology
(2012)
Stem Cell
Recovering Effect
of GHK in Skin
Peptide Science
(2012)
Skin Penetration of
Copper Tripeptide in Vitro
Journal of International
Inflammation Research
(2010)
Possible Therapeutics
for Colorectal Cancer
Journal of Clinical and
Experimental Metastasis
(2010)
UNITED STATES PATENT:
Methods of Controlling
Differentiation and
Proliferation of Stem Cells
(2005)
Effects of
Copper Tripeptide
on Irradiated Fibroblasts
American Medical
Association
(2005)
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Reduce the Appearance of Stretch Marks

Stretch marks arise when skin is overextended. This often occurs during pregnancy or during vigorous muscle building. Alpha or beta hydroxy acids and copper peptides often slowly fade the marks but this a slow procedure and may take 4 to 8 months for a good cosmetic effect. However, the method is low cost, painless, and does not cause further scarring.

For use on stretch marks, moderate strength hydroxy acid and moderate strength work best. Use the acids at one time of the day and the copper peptides about 12 hours apart.

It takes about a month to start noticing an improvement. But really good results take several months. We have had reports from women that they removed the appearance of stretch marks of pregnancy that were up to 30 years old.

The Method by the Numbers

1. In the morning, apply a salicylic acid and/or lactic acid product to the stretch mark.

2. You can apply more hydroxy acid during the day if you have no irritation. But reduce the amount if your skin become irritated.

3. In the evening, use a moderate strength copper peptide product on the stretch mark.

4. The key is to keep working on the stretch mark.

5. You can use the copper peptide products also in the morning but because of the blue color, most people prefer evening use.



Advanced Techniques - If The Above Does Not Work Well Enough For You

Stronger hydroxy acid will speed the procedure but also increase the chances of irritation or chemical burns. Ten percent (10%) hydroxy acid combinations, such as 8.5% lactic / 1.5% salicylic formulated at pH 3.2, seem to work quite well. Some individuals and clinics use stronger salicylic acids or 30% to 70% hydroxy acids to loosen the scar tissue then apply the copper peptide product.

Such stronger hydroxy acids can be obtained from estheticians and dermatologists at various spas and clinics.


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Featured Topics

1. THE BALANCING ACT:
Reducing the Appearance of Scars and Blemishes


2. NEW PATENT: Dr. Pickart US Patent on Skin Remodeling (Issued May 22, 2012)

3. Recovery After Chemical Peels

4. General Information on Scars and Skin Blemishes

5. The Art & Science of Skin NeedlinG - WHAT TO USE AFTER MICRONEEDLING

6. Post Procedure Skin Recovery

8. Stretch Marks and Reducing their Appearance

9. Sun Damage and Sun Damage Marks

 


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