Cosmetic Peptides

Catalog Product Name CAS Number Inquiry
BAT-006158 Palmitoyl hexapeptide-12 171263-26-6 Inquiry
BAT-006159 AHK Tripeptide-3 126828-32-8 Inquiry
BAT-006160 N-Acetyl Carnosine 56353-15-2 Inquiry
BAT-010791 SNAP-8 868844-74-0 Inquiry
BAT-010754 Prezatide Copper Acetate 130120-57-9 Inquiry
BAT-010753 Prezatide Copper 89030-95-5 Inquiry
BAT-010783 Palmitoyl tripeptide-1 147732-56-7 Inquiry
BAT-010789 Dipeptide diaminobutyroyl benzylamide diacetate 823202-99-9 Inquiry
BAT-010814 Tripeptide-32 Inquiry
BAT-010790 Acetyl tetrapeptide-3, capixyl 827306-88-7 Inquiry
BAT-010792 Myristoyl Hexapeptide-16 959610-54-9 Inquiry
BAT-010785 Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 959610-30-1 Inquiry
BAT-010794 Palmitoyl Tripeptide-38 1447824-23-8 Inquiry
BAT-010782 Biotinoyl tripeptide-1 299157-54-3 Inquiry
BAT-010784 Nonapeptide-1 158563-45-2 Inquiry
BAT-010755 Gly-His-Lys 49557-75-7 Inquiry
BAT-010787 Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5 820959-17-9 Inquiry
BAT-010788 Palmitoyl pentapeptide-4/Palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 214047-00-4 Inquiry
BAT-009981 Tetrapeptide-21 960608-17-7 Inquiry
BAT-009980 Myristoyl Hexapeptide-4 959610-44-7 Inquiry

Cosmetic peptides are small molecules of degraded collagen that contain amino acid groups and generally consist of 2-10 amino acids. The biological activity of Cosmetic peptides is determined by its amino acid composition and sequence.

As an active ingredient, cosmetic peptides are mainly used in cosmetics, providing a new direction and idea for the development and application of cosmetics.

Currently, cosmetic applications of cosmetic peptides are increasing and their functions are becoming more and more detailed. They can be divided into anti-aging, anti-allergy, repair, anti-oxidation, anti-edema, promoting hair regeneration, inhibiting melanin production, breast enhancement, weight loss, etc.

Generally, cosmetic peptides are divided into four categories: signal peptide, carrier peptide, neurotransmitter inhibitory peptide and enzyme inhibitory peptide.

1. Signal peptides

Signal peptides stimulate skin fibroblasts to produce more collagen, elastin, and other proteins in the dermal matrix, resulting in firmer and fuller skin. GHK is a typical signal peptide type of cosmetic polypeptide. Other common signal peptides are: palmitoyl tripepitde-5, palmitoyl tetrapeptid-3, palmitoyl dipeptid-6, palmitoyl oligopeptide/palmitoyl hexapeptide.

2. Carrier peptides

Carrier peptides provide the body with trace elements, such as copper and magnesium, that aid in wound repair and enzymatic processes. These trace elements can promote the synthesis of collagen, increase skin elasticity.

3. Neurotransmitter inhibitory peptides

Neurotransmitter inhibitory peptides added to cosmetics can inhibit the release of acetylcholine through chemical interactions and reduce the generation of wrinkles. Data from some in vivo studies suggest that neurotransmitter suppressor peptides can reduce wrinkles by about 30 percent. Common neurotransmitter inhibitory peptides include pentapeptide 3 and pentapeptide 18.

4. Enzyme inhibitor peptides

Enzyme inhibitor peptides inhibit enzyme activity, which reduces the breakdown of collagen and other proteins. For example, enzyme inhibitor peptides inhibit the hydrolysis of collagen by matrix metalloproteinases. The peptide derived from rice protein can inhibit the activity of MMP enzyme and reduce the hydrolysis of collagen. Peptide derived from soy protein can inhibit hair growth and remove pigment. Common enzyme inhibitor peptides include dipeptide-2, acetyl tetrapeptid-5, and oligopeptid-20.

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