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The word is spreading about GHK-CU because it...

  • Stimulates collagen production that makes skin firm, smooth, and supple and battles collagen declines (which leads to wrinkles, large pores, and dull skin when aging)
  • Improves skin density, elasticity, and hydration
  • Increases blood flow to the scalp, and blocks DHT which allows for regeneration of hair growth and prevents brittle nails
  • Acts as a skin barrier defending against environmental pollutants, UV rays, and bacteria and known to repair skin and help strengthen it when exposed to harmful toxins and antioxidants. May even prevent skin cancer!
  • Decreases inflammation

 

 

GHK-CU 100mg

$47.00Price
  • "The ability of GHK and its Cu chelate to promote skin remodeling, wound healing and regeneration, and its prominent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects are qualities that will help enhance healthy aging. In addition, the novel observation that GHK might target an epigenetic pathway further enhances its potential as an anti-aging peptide....The benefits of GHK in terms of long-term effects on slowing aging could have a high impact on increasing the quality of life with increasing age. There is also the possibility that GHK could be extremely useful combined with other anti-aging drugs as a cocktail ('stacking') to robustly enhance healthy aging."

     

  • GHK (glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine) is a naturally occurring peptide originally found in human serum and shown to stimulate growth in hepatoma cells. The molecule has a very high affinity for copper (II) and forms the chelate GHK-Cu. The plasma level of GHK is about 200 ng/ml at age 20 but declines to 80 ng/ml by age 60.  In over 40 years of clinical research it has been showing positive effects on skin remodeling and regeneration.

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