Application of bioactive biological peptides in skin cosmetics

Skin aging (SA) is a series of complex biological processes in skin tissue. It is the result of all endogenous physiological factors and exogenous environmental factors. Moreover, the programmed regulation of genetic code and the expression level of aging related genes and proteins, as well as long-term high-dose solar ultraviolet radiation are important factors leading to skin natural aging and photoaging. However, no matter what factors lead to skin aging, it can not only affect the normal skin tissue structure and physiological function, but also directly affect the appearance and appearance of the outer layer of the skin. So skin aging has almost become the enemy of beauty seekers.

 

For a long time, facial beauty and skin anti-aging agents and cosmetics are one of the best selling and most popular products in the global market. For many years, it has been highly valued and widely concerned by related disciplines, especially in the fields of medical beauty and cosmetic science, skin care and health care, skin anti-aging and so on. At present, a variety of skin beauty and anti-aging cosmetics with various dosage forms have been developed.

 

In fact, most of the main effective ingredients, bioactive substances and natural drug monomers used in facial beauty and skin anti-aging cosmetics are skin moisturizers (hyaluronic acid, hyaluronamine, chitosan, etc.), skin barrier repair agents (neuroamides, phospholipids, cholesterol, etc.), skin nutrients (protein, helium acid, polysaccharide, etc.), Cell growth factor (epidermal growth factor, fibroblast growth factor, etc.), antioxidant (superoxide dismutase, metallothionein, etc.), estrogen (animal estrogen, phytoestrogen, etc.), vitamins (vitamin E and its derivatives, vitamin C and its derivatives, etc.), trace elements (selenium, germanium, etc.), marine biological extracts (fish skin collagen, fish seed collagen, etc.), and so on Biological genetic material (DNA, dnasn, RNA, etc.), traditional Chinese medicine extract (ginsenoside and salidroside, etc.), plant extract (tea polyphenol, anthocyanin and Pycnogenol) and natural whitening sunscreen agent (baicalin and arbutin), etc.

 

However, since Dr. buyliss, a professor at the University of London School of medicine, first discovered bioactive polypeptides, especially since foreign scientists discovered and confirmed natural bioactive peptides such as growth factor polypeptides, collagen polypeptides, glutathione, carnosine and peptide (copper peptide) related to skin tissues and cells, Since the successful application of gene recombinant polypeptide factors and chemical synthetic polypeptides in skin beauty and anti-aging cosmetics, the research and application of active biological polypeptides in facial beauty and skin anti-aging have been increasingly in-depth, and their positive role and important application value in skin beauty, skin care and anti-aging have been continuously studied and confirmed. At present, many scientists and researchers in the world are committed to the research and development of bioactive biological peptides in skin beauty and anti-aging products, and have made positive progress and important breakthroughs in some key fields and bottleneck technologies.


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