More than healthy skin. The power of blue copper peptides.
June marks both Father's Day as well as my birthday. Crazy to think I am turning 67 this month. Even though I don't feel the need to look 40, I want to make sure that I show up with the best, healthiest looking skin possible. That gives me a sense of confidence.
The Restoracell Copper Peptide Trio has had a very positive impact on my skin. After using the Serum, Moisturizer, and the Eye & Lash Cream twice a day for a few weeks, I noticed the skin under my chin is tighter, and the wrinkles around my eyes have diminished. There is also a restoration of the broken capillaries from skin cancer procedures.
While I was enjoying the benefits to my skin, I experienced a bonus. I have not only personally noticed the thickening of my hair, but my hair stylist and my wife have also noticed!
A ton of research supports the science of how GHK-Cu (Copper Peptides) thickens hair follicles. In addition, we regularly hear from women who use the Eye and Lash Cream to thicken lashes and brows, with excellent results. Since I was experiencing thinning hair, I started massaging the Serum into my scalp as part of my routine.
The science behind this hair thickening is that GHK-Cu also blocks DHT, one of the main culprits for causing thinning and balding. Another way it works is by encouraging the production of blood capillaries that assist in transporting nutrients for hair growth to the follicles.
My approach is simple. After I shampoo, I towel dry my hair. I then use 2-3 pumps directly onto my scalp, massage it in and let it dry. When I brush my hair in place, the Serum acts as a gentle holding product.
I cannot think of a better Father's Day gift than the gift of confidence that can come from having healthier skin and hair regardless of age.
Surprise the dad in your life with our Copper Peptides Products (Serum, Moisturizer, Eye Cream) during our Father's Day promotion. Through June 19, you can buy any Copper peptide product and get half off your second item with Promo Code "DadsRock."