Thursday, June 20, 2013

How Can Matrixyl 3000 Get Rid of Wrinkles and Other Signs of Aging?

The science behind Matrixyl 3000 is based on 'Matrikine technology'. In a nutshell and so we don't get too 'scientific,' this technology is a revolution in anti-aging because it has the power to reverse the anti-aging process by helping to reduce the fiber fragmentation and support the "reconstruction of the papillary dermal fiber network" Sederma (2011). 

The renowned Matrixyl is a peptide. It is palmitoyl pentapeptide or oligopeptide to be specific. It was manufactured by Sederma and has taken the beauty World by storm. The research behind the product is based on 2 months of ongoing tests and research into its eficacy (how it works). 

Nonetheless, Matrixyl’s effectiveness is unquestionable. It is very effective in stimulating growth of collagen, hyaluronic acid, and elastin that are needed to fill in wrinkles. It works much like vitamin C. In fact, it is a great alternative to natural vitamin C when it comes to topical anti-aging creams. The Matrixyl 3000 has this peptide and palmitoyl tetrapeptide. As a result, it offers the benefits of Matrixyl and more such as reversing damages on the glycation process.

This ingredient works mainly on glycation. It is the process where glucose links and binds with proteins. Reduced glycation leads to damages to the collagen, elastin and other proteins in the skin system. The result is wrinkled and saggy skin with uneven tone.

In addition, when someone reaches the age of 36 they usually experience low hormone levels causing a reduced secretion of interleukin, which is good. Interleukin is an inflammatory protein that takes care of the healing process. Overproduction of interleukin is bad. It can slow down tissue regeneration and rigidity. 

This ingredient basically helps achieve the ideal level of interleukin production. In scientific terms and visible changes, the Matrixyl 3000 can tighten skin as it helps revitalize the cells. 

So as a consequence of using a skin cream or serum with Matrixyl 3000 as an active ingredient you will notice a tighter and supple skin after sustained use.

When Matrixyl was used to grow skin cells, it showed unbelievable results. The amount of collagen in the cells doubled. Plus, it lowered down the interleukenin. 

A study even included increasing the interleukenin levels by exposing the cells to UV rays. The cells were then treated and the ingredient significantly cut the amount of interleukin by over 70 percent.

Matrixyl and Matrixyl 3000 are different ingredients and have different properties. They both help in keeping normal and natural skin processes but they work in different ways. Matrixyl helps in the production of collagen as well as hyaluronic acid and elastin. Its main function is to aid in restoring the skin’s elasticity and density. Matrixyl works mainly on the skin’s outer layer called the dermis.

On the other hand,  Matrixyl 3000 helps inhibit the overproduction of interleukin as well as the damage that it may cause to skin’s glycation. It helps prevent and reverse wrinkles.
It does not mean that one is better than the other. Both are effective and they work differently. In fact, an anti-aging cream that has both is one of the best that you can find these days as these ingredients reinforce each other. Both can work independently but combine the two would make a miracle. When combined, they can stimulate protein remodeling and aid in cell proliferation. 

While there is no point to compare Matrixyl with its successor, you can definitely compare products with Matrixyl 3000 to those that don’t have it. For example, there are anti-aging topical solutions that contain vitamin C, retinol or other ingredients. They vary on how they work but they all claim to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

What makes products with Matrixyl or the 3000 version better is that they do not only reduce the exterior “appearance” they work from within helping to regulate cell activities so the wrinkles are actually reversed. It is not just plumping the skin that surrounds the wrinkles and lines. This ingredient can even be used for treating deep wrinkles that appear hopeless with other anti-aging creams

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