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Function of Hexanoyl Dipeptide-3 Norleucine Acetate in Human Skin
We live in a photoshopped world, where we are constantly updated by images of digital perfection. It's easy to become hypnotized and believe our favorite celebrities have perfect skin, teeth, hair, or bodies (they don't, whew!).
Today, more and more people begin to use cosmetic peptides to help themselves keeping young. Those peptides includes substances believed to enhance the appearance of dry or damaged skin. And substantive materials which adhere to the skin are applied to reduce flaking and restore suppleness. Among them, the Hexanoyl dipeptide-3 Norleucine acetate is a such peptide, which is used to create special effects on skin to maintain the skin in good condition.
The function and application of Hexanoyl dipeptide-3 Norleucine acetate
The Hexanoyl dipeptide-3 Norleucine acetate is a synthetic peptide that acts as an exfoliant and can help improve the overall condition of skin. Specifically, it includes the following six aspects:
1. Promote the natural desquamation function process of the skin, speed up regeneration and renewal of the skin.
2. Simulating the natural skin rejuvenation of young skin.
3. Reduce skin fine lines, and improve uneven skin tone and dullness.
4. Strengthen skin smoothness, clarity and brightness.
5. Shorten the renewal cycle of aging skin.
6. Non-irritating and resurfacing skin .
In short, Hexanoyl dipeptide-3 Norleucine acetate is an important ingredient of cosmetic, just like most peptides, it must be stored in a cool, dark and clean container to ensure a shelf life of at least 12 months. For long-term storage, it is recommended to store at -20 °C, and the shelf life can be extended to at least 24 months.
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