Used in hospitals to treat the wounds of patients with vulnerable skin, copper peptides are now found in many wrinkle creams.

These days, copper peptides are found in many wrinkle creams. But they have been used for many years in hospitals to treat wounds, especially in patients with specific conditions like AIDS, where their skin is much more vulnerable and heal slowly.

Perhaps the most astounding property of copper peptides is their ability to lessen scars, no matter how old these scars are (whereas Vitamin E oil or aloe vera tends to be effective only on fresh scars from recent wounds.)

Unlike other topicals, the use of copper peptides on skin require quite a bit of user understanding for optimum results, and to avoid any temporary side effects.

Read this special guide for more.