Argireline, is the trade name for a synthetically derived peptide. According to the Argeline website “Argireline works through a unique mechanism which relaxes facial tension leading to a reduction in superficial facial lines and wrinkles with regular use. Argireline has been shown to moderate excessive catecholamines release.” Refer to the following website for more details: http://www.centerchem.com/PDFs/Argireline%20NP%20Ed8Ds.pdf
Releasing catecholamines is not good news for your body. Catecholamines are compounds that serve as neurotransmitters such as epinephrine, adrenaline, and dopamine. Just consider …
- Epinephrine is a substance that prepares the body to handle emergencies such as cold, fatigue, and shock.
- A deficiency of dopamine in the brain is responsible for the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
Do you really want a cosmetic to inhibit your body’s neurotransmittors? What if you accidentally apply too much?
The manufacturers of Argireline claim that it works by relaxing facial muscles. Clients have found that these effects last for only a few hours.
Why subject yourself to a risky, temporary wrinkle fix when there are proven, safe and long-term wrinkle cures out there.
A natural peptide complex is a more credible alternative as it can reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles on an ongoing basis.
How does a natural peptide complex work?
Peptides are made up of amino acids. Amino acids are made by your body and supplied by your diet. Our body then supplies these amino acids to various organs and tissues within the body to support healthy function and build tissue. As we age, our bodies become less efficient at supplying peptides to the skin, collagen begins to degenerate, causing wrinkles.
A natural peptide complex supplies the skin with peptides from fruit and vegetable sources to rejuvenate collagen and erases wrinkles. Just think of it as a supplement for your skin. It is a safe solution that erases wrinkles, supports healthy skin and promotes overall well-being in the long-term. Surely this has to be better than a risky, short-term fix provided by synthetic peptides?