Our whitening peptides can be divided into two types, the first type is a single peptide, it can modulate only one component of the pigmentation process via inhibit tyrosinase. For example, nonapeptide, a biomimetic peptide, can minimise the age spots, hyperpimentation, and discolourations. And another is peptide complex, which is an effective and concentrated blend of peptides used to achieve a noticeable effect. It activates multiple rebuilding pathways, significantly reducing wrinkles' depth and improving the skin's moisture levels and turgor, enhancing skin's nutrition levels elasticity and providing a skin whitening effect.
Lipophilic and hydrophilic amphoteric substances, inhibit tyrosinase activity, so 3-O-ethyl-l-ascorbic acid can promote collagen synthesis that effectively whitens, repair cell activity, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant and remove free radicals.
Multi peptide complex is a skin whitening agent, comprised of nonapeptide-1 and carnosine, which can control the production of melanin by inhibiting the synthesis of tyrosinase, and achieve the purpose of removing yellow and brightening the skin.
Saccharomyces lysate extract consists of nonapeptide-1 and yeast lysate extract ingredients, that possess strong anti-oxidant and anti-aging ability, and can comprehensively resist the damage of various environmental oxidative factors to cells, to nourish and activate the skin, and brighten the skin.
Superoxide dismutase is composed of nonapeptide-1, carnosine and superoxide dismutase, which is also a complex peptide products containing the recombinant human source of copper and zinc SOD. Sod dismutase can remove yellows and brighten skin, having the effect of preventing sun, removing spots.
Between the somatic cells of the basal layer of the human epidermis, there are melanocytes. The tyrosinase it carries can oxidize tyrosine into sugar, and then through a series of excretion processes in the middle, it can finally be converted into melanin. By inhibiting the activity of tyrosinase, it can inhibit the production of melanin, to give full play to the whitening effect.
First, the peptide product binds to the MC1R receptor on chromoblasts, preventing α-melanocyte-stimulating hormone (α-MSH) from binding to the MC1R receptor, thereby preventing further activation of tyrosinase to produce melanin, followed by block the chain reaction of oxidative free radicals generated by the hydroxyl groups generated by iron ions, hydrogen peroxide, and UV irradiation, thereby eliminating free radicals, reducing fat oxidation, protecting collagen and elastin, and making skin young, bright, and radiant. Finally, other peptide products can be used for deep skin repair to achieve the effects of brightening skin tone, lightening pigmentation spots, anti-oxidation, nourishing skin, etc.